Definition of Dorothy Dix
1. Noun. United States journalist who wrote a syndicated column of advice to the lovelorn (1870-1951).
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1. ... Public Service by James Rudolph Garfield (1911)
"Signal as is the distinction of this memorial to Dorothy Dix, under which daily troop thousands of the country's best young blood, and which, ..."
2. The South in History and Literature: A Hand-book of Southern Authors, from by Mildred Lewis Rutherford (1906)
"Miss Elizabeth M. Gilmer (Dorothy Dix), of Montgomery county, Tennessee, first sent articles to the New Orleans Picayune. i>he is now on the New York ..."
3. Who's who in America by John William Leonard, Albert Nelson Marquis (1903)
"... 1896-1901; contributed to that paper series of papers called Dorothy Dix Talks. Joined New York Journal staff as writer on sp'l topics April 8. 1900. ..."
4. Little Visits with Great Americans: Or, Success Ideals and how to Attain Them by Orison Swett Marden (1904)
"In 1896 she became the editor of the woman's department of the New Orleans Picayune, and contributed to that paper a series of articles called Dorothy Dix ..."