BOX XIV. 3 – Slides of Dix’ life and places of
importance to her
Folder 3 of 8
Slides made from selected photographs, articles and drawings showing
Dix’ different homes.
1. Meriwether Cemetery located at the rear of the Meriville Plantation,
near Guthrie, Kentucky in Todd County.
2. Meriville Plantation once consisted of 19,000 acres of land in Todd
and Christian Counties. The house currently belongs to Richard
Meriwether son of Fuller Meriwether who remembers meeting Dix on her
visit to Meriville; “she arrived in a black limousine, driven by her
chauffeur, dressed elegantly including long black gloves.” Richard’s
brother Steve Meriwether lives in the house down the road from Meriville
known as the Stage Coach Inn, Guthrie, Kentucky. Meriville has occupants
3. Woodstock Plantation, near Trenton, Kentucky, showing different sides
of the house (4 different slides).
4. Woodstock Plantation premises, located near Trenton, Kentucky,
showing area with selected white fencing, barn, and hitching post (4
5. Home on Jackson Street, New Orleans, nd.
6. Home on 6334 Prytania Street, New Orleans which Dix built, for
herself and her brother Ed and his wife Daisy, after her return to New
Orleans from New York in 1925. She lived here on the second floor. Her
brother Ed lived with his family on the first floor. The house overlooks
Audubon Park, exterior view.
7. Home on Prytania, New Orleans showing living room, interior view.
8. Home on Prytania, New Orleans showing bedroom, interior view.
9. Home on Prytania, New Orleans showing sun porch, interior view.
10. Home in Pass Christian, Mississippi showing front exterior view.
11. Home in Pass Christian, Mississippi showing back exterior view with
Dix and her dog.
12. Home in Pass Christian, Mississippi showing the area between the
house and the Gulf waters.
13. Home in Pass Christian, Mississippi showing the walk way from the
house to the Gulf waters.
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