Georgia Dullea: Reporter Chronicled a Changing Society

From a New York Times obit by Penelope Green headlined “Georgia Dullea, 90, Dies; Reporter Chronicled a Changing Society”:

Georgia Dullea, a style reporter for The New York Times who chronicled, with sly bemusement and a miniaturist’s eye for detail, three decades of a culture in transition, died in the Bronx.

Ms. Dullea arrived at The Times in the early 1970s, hired as a general assignment reporter for the so-called women’s pages, otherwise known as “Family Food Fashions Furnishings.” Those pages were perceived institutionally as a news ghetto, but the reporters who wrote for them were documenting a society reinventing itself after the seismic events of the 1960s.