1934 Graduates from Smith College.
1949 Receives `Grande Diplome' at Cordon Bleu cooking school, Paris.
1961 `Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Vol. I,' with Louisette Bertholle and Simone Beck, published by Knopf, the start of a long relationship with that publisher.
1963 The French Chef, with Mrs. Child as host, debuts on Boston's WGBH-TV as a local show.
1964 The French Chef premieres on PBS.
1965 Series wins Peabody Award for "distinguished service in television." It wins an Emmy the next year.
1968 `The French Chef Cookbook' published.
1970 `Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Vol. II,' with Simone Beck.
1973 Child "retires" from TV to write and cook.
1975 `From Julia Child's Kitchen' published.
1976 Child receives Chevalier de L'Ordre du Merite from the French government.
1978 `Julia Child & Company,' TV series and cookbook.
1980 `Julia Child & More Company,' TV series and book.
1983 Dinner at Julia's, TV series.
1989 `The Way To Cook,' Julia Child's seventh cookbook.
1990 Celebrates 10 years on ABC-TV's Good Morning America, which has aired eight segments yearly with her since the show began.
1992 Marks 30th year on television.