BOX III. 14 – Writings by Dix - MAGAZINE
Folder 14 of 22
Selected articles written by Dix for different magazines between the
years 1905-1945. Titles scripted as in articles.
1. “Mother Confessor to Millions, and America’s best-loved
newspaper-woman, is New Orleans’ own Elizabeth Gilmer. This May marks
the golden anniversary of her column which she first wrote for the
Picayune,” by Dorothy Dix. The Times-Picayune New Orleans State
Magazine, sample copy of a forth coming issue 
2. “The Lady of the Taj, the romance of the Indian queen whose husband,
the mogul emperor Shah Jehan, immortalized her with the most splendid
shrine ever erected in memory of the dead,” by Dorothy Dix. Munsey’s
Magazine, p. 242-248, nd. Dix’s scrap book copy of article on back of
item III.13, 16.
3. “And So You are in Love!” by Dorothy Dix. Ladie’s Home Journal,
4. “So You are Getting a Divorce!” by Dorothy Dix. Ladies Home Journal,
5. “And So You are a Mother!...” by Dorothy Dix. Ladie’s Home Journal
6. “Dorothy Dix on Marriage, What Applied in 1905, Still Applies,” by
Dorothy Dix. Ottawa Weekly Republic, February 23, 1905, p. 9, column 1.
7. “And So You are Married!” by Dorothy Dix. Ladie’s Home Journal,
8. “Dear Miss Dix-This Is My Problem, People tell me things because they
know I’m interested and won’t be shocked,” by Dorothy Dix. Condensed
from Independent Woman by Hildegarde Dolson. The Reader’s Digest,
February 1945 (from her scrap book).
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