When this two page article appeared she was world famous, married to the handsomest actor in Hollywood, adored by all - she could do no wrong. Just fourteen years later, the respected New York playwright Clara Boothe Brokaw would ridicule her in the pages of Vanity Fair (August, 1932: p. 18) as a symbolic figure representing the welcomed end of
a bygone era.
As if that wasn't bad enough, today few people know who she was - although she does get twice as many Google searches than Lillian Gish.
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