BOX XIV. 2 – Slides of Dix’ Life, staff,
friends and relatives
Folder 2 of 8
Slides made from selected photos of Dix’ staff, friends and relatives
1. Dix at work with her secretary Ella Bentley Arthur.
2. Dix in her home on 6334 Prytania Street, New Orleans (runs
perpendicular to Exposition Street which runs parallel to the west end
of Audobon Park) with several relatives and friends.
3. Dix and her friends at the Le Petit Salon.
4. Dix with Elizabeth Nicholson at a ship launching. Elizabeth is the
daughter of Eliza Nicholson, the owner of the Times Picayune who hired
Dix to work at her paper in 1896.
5. Dix as an adjudicator at the Miss Rhododendron beauty contest.
6. Dix and her father at Dix’ second home in Pass Christian,
7. Dix with her brother Edward and wife Daisy, and their son Bill, stand
in front of an airplane.
8. Dix holding a large bouquet of roses on the Dorothy Dix Day
celebrated in New Orleans.
9. Dix holding a large bouquet of roses, on the Dorothy Dix Day, with
her great nephew Bill Meriwether, Jr. and his sister Daisy, New Orleans.
10. William Douglas (Billy) Meriwether, 83 years old (nephew of Dix),
with his two children Bill Jr., and Daisy, New Orleans, 1992.
11. William Douglas Meriwether, Sr., and his sister in law Helen
Meriwether, Exposition Street, New Orleans, 1992.
12. William Douglas Meriwether, Sr. and his sister in law Helen
Meriwether. Elnor MacMahan (librarian at APSU) and Inga A. Filippo
(librarian at APSU), 1992 visit with the Meriwether family on Exposition
Street, New Orleans (3 copies).
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