|The Bullinger Family
|Fred Bullinger has been so generous in sharing many photos and stories of
his New Orleans family. At the bottom of this page, you'll find links to pages
on the site which contain more of Fred's contributions. Nancy
|William P. Bullinger, Sr., Fred's father, during WW I when he served in the US
Army. This is a postcard he sent to Fred's mom; all he could tell her about his
location was written on the back, "Somewhere in France."
|William Bullinger came home from WW I and he and his brother-in-law, John Castaing, started a
business, Bullinger's Ice Delivery, which serviced the French Quarter and Downtown section of the
|William P. Bullinger, Sr., left, member of Veterans of Foreign Wars; the image on the right is
Mr. Bullinger's WW I identification tag.
|Fred's uncle, A. C. "Mike" Curren,
and his new car, 1920.
|Mike Curren, sitting in the chair, was the
Illinois Central Railroad General
Foreman. The railroad unloaded the less
than boxcar freight (known as LCL); the
clerks would then supervise loading the
freight into trucks for delivery in the city.
Warehouse 7 was located at Poydras and
Loyola, across from New Orleans City Hall.
The warehouse was demolished to make
way for the Superdome.
|Other pages with images or info from Fred Bullinger:
Jesuit Class of 1949
A Look Back: Baseball in New Orleans
St. John the Baptist Church
St. Patrick's Church
Mater Dolorosa Church
Back to Old New Orleans
|Above and below, Christmas party, First National Bank of Commerce, Baronne Street, 1949.
|Above, Fred's son, Matt, and nephews, Kirk and Jim; below, his grandson, Trey.
Matt, Jim and Kirk played for Rummel High School and all three won LA high school state
championships. Matt played six years in the minor league and finished in AAA and won
championships with the New York Mets and the Cincinnati Reds. Both Jim and Kirk played in the
major league. Trey played at Silliman High School, Clinton, LA and played in the College World
Series with the University of Lafayette, LA.
|Amanda Davenport Bullinger, September, 1949 - "These young lasses were judged the
six prettiest 15-year-old girls in the New Orleans area in the local competition of a national
contest sponsored on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Lux Radio Theater.
Judging took place in the Roosevelt Hotel's Grand Ballroom. Emcees were Henry Dupre
(right) and Jill Jackson (left). Girls are (left, from Jackson): Mae Cunningham, Patsy
Stephens, Pat Sheppard, Patsy White, Dolores Cuccia and Amanda Davenport."