Julia Child

  • Moniker: Juke, Jukie, JuJu or Jukes
  • American

Julia Child was an American television chef and author of diligently tested cookbooks. Mrs Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking introduced French Cooking to millions of American home chefs. - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Organization From To
Researcher Office of Strategic Services 1942



Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1912/08/15 Julia Carolyn McWilliams is born at Pasadena Hospital in Pasadena, California Born Huntington Hospital Pasadena Julia Child's Birthday
1912/09/00 Julia McWilliams first home was at 225 State St in Pasadena, CA. Home
1912/09/00 The extended McWilliams family moves to S Euclid Ave Home Captain McWilliams House Pasadena
1914/00/00 Julia McWilliams, her baby brother and parents move one block west to Magnolia Ave Home Julia Child's Childhood Home Pasadena
1942/08/00 Julia McWilliams is hired as a Senior Typist at the Research Unit of the Office of War Information, Department of State Military
1942/12/00 Ms McWilliams becomes a Junior Research Assitant in the office of William Donovan, Office of Strategic Services Military
1948/00/00 The Childs move to a house on Olive St Home Child House Washington, DC
1949/06/25 Byra L "Puck" Whittlesey weds Jack Hemingway in Paris, France. Matron of Honor Marriage of Byra L "Puck" Whittlesey and Jack Hemingway
1961/00/00 Julia Child's home, 1961-2001 Home Julia Child's House Cambridge Reverse Martini
1963/02/11 Julia Child premieres her television cooking show, The French Chef, on WGBH in Boston. It runs until 1973. Cooking
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