BOX XIII. 6 – Dix collection administration and
Folder 6 of 6
General newspaper announcements and one press release featuring the new
Dorothy Dix Collection available in the APSU library archives.
Titles scripted as in original article.
1. “APSU Library Has Dix Book Collection.” The All State, nd.
2. “APSU Gets 7 Books By Dorothy Dix.” The Leaf-Chronicle, nd.,( 2
3. “Writings On Display.” The Leaf-Chronicle, Thursday, April 21, 1983.
4. “Original Lovelorn Columnist Featured In APSU Exhibit.” Press
release, Office of Public Affairs, APSU, April 19, 1983.
5. “Austin Peay Goes Over Dix Books.” The Nashville Tennessean, Friday,
November 21, 1969.
6. “Library Tennessean collection is increased.” The All State, November
19, 1969, p.7 (copy of the complete issue).
7. “Dorothy Dix’s
advice spans the ages at public showing,” by Amy Ritchart. The
Leaf-Chronicle, Monday, July 3, 2006. Article about the Dorothy Dix
collection being completely preserved and available to scholars and
others to view (4 copies).
8. “APSU features columnist with
Auburn ties,” by Jim Turner, ed. News Democrat & Leader,
Tuesday, July 18, 2006. Article talks about the preserved Dix collection
housed at Austin Peay State University Library Archives and a diary at
the museum in Auburn, Kentucky that tells the family connection between
the Coke family and the Meriwether family. The diary is written by
family member Mary Elizabeth Coke Murdock Bush.
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