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Paull Errett Dixon, LL.B.

Lexington, Kentucky

ΔΧ; Henry Clay Law Society; Patterson Literary Society; Democratic Club; Class Football (2).

"He sees his duty, a dead shore thing And he goes for it, thar an' then. An' the world ain't a goin' tew be tew hard-- On a man whut does things--fer men."

Paul is one of the most conscientious workers in the law college, one of those sort to whom you want to go to with your troubles; and if you do go to him with any trouble he is sure to take it as a joke and tel you what a fool you are. "Dix" has one weaknes. Yep. The ladies, or rather THE lady, and the funny part about the whole ffair is that she is good looking. If she does get him. the only thing we can say is that she is getting a real Prince.

-The Kentuckian, 1915

Paull Errett Dixon, Sr. (July 30, 1895 - November 26, 1982) was born in Burkesville, Kentucky to James Abijah Dixon and Ella Nora Walker. Dixon returned to Burkesville after receiving his LL.B. and served as a prosecuting attorney. He was later appointed city attorney for Bowling Green. In 1925, Dixon moved to Tampa, Florida. In addition to practicing law, Dixon served as Tampa city attorney in the early 1960s. Dixon married Mary Evans Strode.