JACKSON, DOROTHY LOUISA GREENLEE, 1911-1997.

Biography:

Secretary, writer. Born– February 19, 1911, Hamburg, Iowa. Parents– Henry Oliver and Mattie (Landreth) Greenlee. Married– Fred Knox Jackson, October 3, 1944. Legal secretary, Auburn, Nebraska, 1927-1929; secretary, Kansas City, Mo., 1929-1933; correspondent for an agency, Washington, 1933-1936, and in Kansas City, 1936-1940; freelance court and contract reporter, St. Louis, 1940-1944, and in Prattville, Ala.; the Alabama Public Service Commission, 1948-; co-owner and operator of Prattville Quick Freeze, 1948-1963; owner of Quiet Acre, Cottonwood, Ala., 1968-1973. Member; National League of American Pen Women; Birmingham Opera Guild; Alabama Writers Conclave; and other state organizations. Governor’s Award winner, Conference on Volunteerism, 1989. Died June 12, 1997.

Source:

Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1975.

Publication(s):

Fallen Leaves. Philadelphia; Dorrance, 1968.

Poody; Story of a Cat-Nothing But a Cat. S.l.; s.n., 1970.

Editor:

Research 1970; an Annotated List of Research and Demonstration Grants, 1955-1969. Washington, D.C.; U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1970.

An Annotated List of Social and Rehabilitation Service Research and Demonstration Grants, 1955-1971. Washington, D.C.; U.S. Social and Rehabilitation Service, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1971.