BOX II. 8 – Biographical - gardens

Folder 8 of 18

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Dix often mentions her gardens she planted and maintained at all of the places she lived. She time and again mentioned that she had the largest garden of all as her front yard; the Audubon Park in New Orleans.

1. “Springtime Pilgrimage; To The Gardens Of Nine Women Who Wield A Spade As Well As A Pen,” by Julian R. Meade. Good Housekeeping, May 1938.
 


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