Albert A. Dixon

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Albert A. Dixon
Born February 3, 1894
D'Lo, Mississippi
Died April 28, 1937
Pensacola, Florida
Occupation Physician
Spouse Indiana Dixon
Parents John W. Dixon
Susan Dixon

Albert A. Dixon was one of Pensacola's first black physicians. He is the namesake of Dixon School of Arts & Sciences, formerly known as A. A. Dixon Elementary School.

Dixon graduated from the Louisville National Medical College in 1910.[1]

On April 28, 1937, Dixon collapsed at his home at 710 North De Villiers Street and was rushed to Pensacola Hospital, where he died shortly thereafter.[2] The cause of death was listed as cerebral hemorrhage and arteriosclerosis.[3]


  1. United States Deceased Physician File (AMA), 1864-1968
  2. "Dr. A.A. Dixon, Negro Physician, Expires." 30 April 1937.
  3. Florida Certificate of Death