Teacher; civic leader. Born– September 14, 1884, Auburn. Parents– Henry Addison and Mary (Teague) Hollifield. Married– Herman Douglas Jones, August 22, 1925. Education– Alabama Polytechnic Institute, B.S., 1902, M.S., 1905; graduate work in botany at University of California, 1911, and Columbia University, 1915, 1920 and 1927. Taught Latin and French in high schools in Dothan, Gadsden, and Montgomery, and in Danville, Va., 1913-1925. Member and officer, UDC and DAR; National League of American Pen Women; Alabama Writers’ Conclave; Poetry Society of Alabama; Methodist Church. Died October 21, 1963.
Grove’s Library of Alabama Lives.
Auburn, Loveliest Village of the Plain. Auburn, Ala.; Bulletin Publishing Co., 1955.
Portrait of a Southern Lady: A Tribute to Mrs. B.B.Ross. Auburn, 1947.
A history of the Methodist Church, Auburn, Alabama, 1836-1944. Auburn, 1954.
The Department of Special Collections at the Ralph Brown Draughon Library at Auburn University holds a collection of the papers of Mollie Hollifield Jones’ participation in the United Daughters of the Confederacy.