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Dixon, Madoline Cloward



  • Existence: 1909 - 1999

Biographical History

Madoline C. Dixon (1909-1999) was an author in Payson, Utah.

Madoline C. Dixon was born Madoline Cloward on January 22, 1909 to Charles E. and Emma Moesser Cloward. She married H. Gould Dixon in 1927. She was a self-taught writer and published several books, especially about history in Utah. Madoline C. Dixon passed away January 12, 1999 in Payson, Utah.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Madoline Cloward Dixon papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1811
Scope and Contents

Handwritten research papers composed by Dixon's students. The papers were written by her students after interviewing persons who settled in and around Payson. Also included are essays by Aurora Wilson relating to Payson, copies of handwritten newspapers called "The Philomatheon Literary Gazette," and a record of hours spend by various persons to build the wall around Payson in 1855.

Dates: 1855-1949

Oral histories on Utah railroads

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197239248369]
Identifier: MSS 9014
Scope and contents Cassette tape contains three interviews related to railroads in Utah. Tape 1, side 1 has an interview with Leo Smith (Payson, Utah) by James D'Arc and H. Wallace Goddard, July 17, 1979. Side 2 of this tape has an interview with Madoline Dixon (Payson, Utah) by James D'Arc and H. Wallace Goddard, July 17, 1979. Tape 2, side 1 is an interview with George Cheever (Payson, Utah) by James D'Arc and H. Wallace Goddard. July 17, 1979. Also contains an unrelated dictation with someone talking about...
Dates: 1979

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