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Extent 3 legal FF + 1 OS folder
Date Span: 1977-2007
Carole Lee served as the charter president and founding board member for the
Dothan Landmarks Foundation, Inc., owner/operator of Landmark Park. She has
remained a strong advocate for the Foundation over the years, and delivered a
lecture on the Park's history at its 30th anniversary dinner, January 22,
2007. Lee's son, Jon, became a Dothan Landmark Foundation board member in
Note: Documents the early history of Dothan Landmark Park. Contains the following
1. Text of talk about the history of Dothan
Landmark Park, 1-22/24-2007
2. Newspaper Clippings from Dothan Eagle,
3. Early membership solicitation pamphlet and
early brochure, ca. 1977
4. Poster advertising Dixie Market Days, Oct. 22
 (OS folder)
Received from Mrs. Lee at end of 30th Anniversary of Landmark Park dinner,
1-22-07. She sent a more thorough version of her talk via e-mail on 1-24-07.
Newspaper clippings were all photocopied. Originals returned to Mrs. Lee.
Carole Lee Papers, RG 077, The Wiregrass Archives, Troy
University--Dothan Campus, Dothan, AL.
Date processed: Jan 2007, Feb 2009
Processed By: MTO / TB
Accession: 077-09-0217 Perm Phy Desc: PDF file, 9.82 meg, live and burned
onto 1 CD Rom Date Span: ca. 1900-2009
Note: 33-page file concerning
the genealogy of the William and Alice Powell Newton Family who moved
from Henry County to Dothan in 1889. William Newton kept a
well-known store in town. He died in an automobile accident in
1922; she lived until 1939. Formats include photographs,
correspondence, newspaper clippings, family tree forms, handwritten
notes, and computer-generated information printed then scanned.
Provenance: Mrs. Lee assembled
the documents from her family collection, scanned them into a PDF, then
sent the file to William Holman, Exec. Dir. of Landmark Park in Dothan.
He forwarded that file to the The Wiregrass Archives. Dr. Olliff burned the file to
CD on 02-19-2009.
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