Bullitt collection on 18th century explorers, 1773-1798.

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Bullitt, Dorothy Stimson, 1892-1989. Bullitt collection on 18th century explorers, 1773-1798.

Bullitt collection on 18th century explorers, 1773-1798.

The Bullitt Collection on 18th century Explorers comprises books containing narrative accounts, lithographs, and maps documenting the voyages of explorers and fur traders into the Pacific Northwest, Antarctica, and the South Pacific.

3.25 linear ft.

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Dorothy Stimson Bullitt was a Seattle broadcasting executive and civic leader, 1892-1989. She grew up in Seattle and in 1918 married attorney A. Scott Bullitt. After her husband's death, Dorothy Bullitt managed Stimson family real estate interests and in 1946 acquired a Seattle radio station, which she expanded into a regional radio and television network, the KING Broadcasting Company. Mrs. Bullitt and later her son, Stimson Bullitt, Ancil Payne, and Dorothy Bullitt's daughter, Priscilla "Patsy...

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