Paul Bullock (1924-1986) was a research economist at the UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations (1953-85). The collection
consists of audio tapes on reels and cassettes, transcripts, manuscript drafts, and clippings related to Bullock's research
for three published books. The books are,
Watts: The aftermath / by the people of Watts (1970),
Youth in the labor market: employment patterns and career aspirations in Watts and East Los Angeles (1972), and
Jerry Voorhis, the idealist as politician (1978).
Bullock was born in Pasadena, California, on November 6, 1924; received his BA and MA, Occidental College, 1948 and 1949;
performed graduate work, UCLA, 1948-50; economics instructor, El Camino College (1949-50) and Occidental College (1950-51);
research economist, UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations, 1953-85; published writings include: Watts: The aftermath / by the people of Watts (1969), Youth in the labor market: employment patterns and career aspirations in Watts and East Los Angeles (1972), Creative careers: minorities in the arts (1977), and Jerry Voorhis, the idealist as politician (1978); founder and president, Jazz Heritage Foundation; died February 14, 1986.
3 boxes (1.5 linear ft.)
1 oversize box
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