Canadian silent screen star Mary Pickford. Smart and savvy as well as pretty. Became first America's Sweetheart. Right time. Right place.

Mary Pickford, 1920s

Canadian silent screen star Mary Pickford. Smart and savvy as well as pretty. Became first America's Sweetheart. Right time. Right place.

These are by Hesser. The first three are of Bessie Love. However I am not sure the third one is Hesser; it is in any case a very unusual photo for the 1920s.

These are by Hesser. The first three are of Bessie Love. However I am not sure the third one is Hesser; it is in any case a very unusual photo for the 1920s.

(via More Mackaill - 1920s to 1980, Dorothy Mackaill on Hawaii Five-O Immortal Ephemera)    Dorothy Mackaill as pictured in Photoplay Magazine, November 1923

(via More Mackaill - 1920s to 1980, Dorothy Mackaill on Hawaii Five-O Immortal Ephemera) Dorothy Mackaill as pictured in Photoplay Magazine, November 1923

Mary Pickford. Silent Film Actress. "She founded United Artists and practically invented acting for the silver screen." Pale powder and a strong lip because of black and white imagery on tv.

Mary Pickford, 1920s

Mary Pickford. Silent Film Actress. "She founded United Artists and practically invented acting for the silver screen." Pale powder and a strong lip because of black and white imagery on tv.

Wanda Hawley - Actress. Major silent screen star, all but forgotten today. She worked in several films by director Cecil B. DeMille, and later those of director Sam Wood. Her career ended shortly after the advent of sound. Falling on hard times, she reportedly worked as a call-girl in San Francisco during the Great Depression years of the early 1930's. Cremated, Burial: Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles, California, USA. Plot: Abbey of the Psalms, Haven of Peace G-5, Tier 2, Niche 6

Wanda Hawley - Actress. Major silent screen star, all but forgotten today. She worked in several films by director Cecil B. DeMille, and later those of director Sam Wood. Her career ended shortly after the advent of sound. Falling on hard times, she reportedly worked as a call-girl in San Francisco during the Great Depression years of the early 1930's. Cremated, Burial: Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles, California, USA. Plot: Abbey of the Psalms, Haven of Peace G-5, Tier 2, Niche 6

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