7 N C 43 N L 2 EX
Greenville S C1 Apr 23rd-18
Miss Mary B Dixon,2 Edenton N C3
WILL LEAVE FOR ASHEVILLE4 IN A FEW DAYS WRITE AT ONCE RICHARD5
MET ME AT THE TRAIN AND WE TOOK SUPPER TOGETHER HE IS WELL AND
VERY BUSY AND GOES TO CAMP EARLY TOMORROW MORNING WILL VISIT
HIM AT CAMP6 TOMORROW
RICHARD DILLARD7 EMPIRE THEATRE 830Am
Greenville S C1
Various views of Greenville, South Carolina, 1917. link: http://cdm16821.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16821coll9/id/1268. Furman University, Special Collections Library, Greenville, South Carolina.
Miss Mary B Dixon,2
Mary Beverly Dixon, “Mary Beverly” or “Mary B.” or “Mary” (1886-1959)
Elder sister of Richard Dillard Dixon. Never married, and lived her entire life in Edenton, North Carolina.
Edenton N C3
View of Church Street, Edenton, circa 1900. Museum of the Albemarle
View of Asheville, North Carolina, ca. 1905-1915. link: http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm/ref/collection/nc_post/id/2386. UNC-Chapel Hill, Wilson Library.
Richard Dillard Dixon, “Richard,” (1888-1952)
By this point in his military career, Dixon was a 1st Lieutenant in Battery D, 113th Field Artillery, 30th Division.
Camp Sevier, South Carolina. View of Camp Sevier, 1917. link: http://cdm16821.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16821coll9/id/951. Furman University, Special Collections Library, Greenville, South Carolina.
Richard Dillard, “Uncle Dick” (1857-1928)
Maternal Uncle, and namesake, of Richard Dillard Dixon. Physician and noted author from Edenton, North Carolina. Biography included in the North Carolina Dictionary of Biography, link: http://www.ncpedia.org/biography/dillard-richard.