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LOTTIE PICKFORD - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 06/18/1915 - HFSID 171543

 
LOTTIE PICKFORD
The actress, Mary Pickford's sister, types and signs a letter to a fan apologizing for not having a picture to send her. A rare signature!
Typed Letter signed: "Lottie Pickford". 1 page, 4¾x7¾. Santa Barbara, California. 1915, June 18. On personal letterhead to: "My dear Miss Calvert,", in full: "Received your letter and was very glad to hear that you enjoy my work in 'The Diamond from the Sky' and I hope you will follow it. I am very sorry to say but at the present time I haven't a picture left. I expect a supply in very soon and when they arrive I will mail one to you immediately. Sincerely,". Lottie Pickford (1895-1936), born Charlotte Smith, was born in Canada one year after his sister Mary. Like her acting brother Jack, she adopted the name of Pickford after Mary made it famous. Lottie Pickford was an actor herself, debuting on stage with Mary in The Silver King (1900). Her relationship with Mary was always strained, and was not helped when Lottie's first starring role was as a prostitute in The House of Bondage (1914), a movie which did not mesh well with Mary Pickford's image as "America's Sweetheart". Mary, said to consider Lottie untalented and unattractive, discouraged studios from hiring her. She had 86 film credits, but all but 8 of them were shorts. Lottie was known for throwing wild parties. Three of her four marriages ended in divorce, and her daughter was raised by her mother. The three Pickford siblings, Mary, Lottie and Jack, made only one film together, Fauchon, the Cricket (1915), a long lost film recently rediscovered by the British Film Institute. Lottie Pickford's last film was in brother-in-law Douglas Fairbanks' vehicle, Don Q Son of Zorro (1925). She died of a heart attack at age 43, and is buried in the Pickford family plot at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Glendale, California. Toned. Left edge frayed from binding. Bottom left corner lightly creased and worn. Mounting residue on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.


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LOTTIE PICKFORD
Born: June 9, 1895 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Died: December 9, 1936 in Los Angeles, California


Film Credits
2005 The American Experience (Other), 1925 Don Q Son of Zorro (Performer), 1924 Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall (Performer), 1923 Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 8 (in person), 1921 They Shall Pay (Performer), 1918 The Man from Funeral Range (Performer), 1918 Mile-a-Minute Kendall (Performer), 1917 On the Level (Performer), 1916 The Reward of Patience (Performer), 1915 The Diamond from the Sky (Performer), 1915 Fanchon, the Cricket (Performer), 1915 Curly (Performer), 1914 The House of Bondage (Performer), 1913/II Granny (Performer), 1913/I For Old Time's Sake (Performer), 1913 When a Girl Loves (Performer), 1912/III Love Will Find a Way (Performer), 1912 The Pilgrimage (Performer), 1912 The Girl Strikers (Performer), 1912 The Belle of New Orleans (Performer), 1912 Rescued by Wireless (Performer), 1912 Love's Diary (Performer), 1912 Love Finds the Way (Performer), 1912 Lena and the Geese (Performer), 1912 Into the Jungle (Performer), 1912 A Mardi Gras Mix-Up (Performer), 1912 A Child's Remorse (Performer), 1912 A Beast at Bay (Performer), 1911/I Little Red Riding Hood (Performer), 1911 Who's Who (Performer), 1911 Three Sisters (Performer), 1911 The Two Paths (Performer), 1911 The Toss of a Coin (Performer), 1911 The Midnight Marauder (Performer), 1911 The Lighthouse Keeper (Performer), 1911 The Italian Barber (Performer), 1911 The Dream (Performer), 1911 The Courting of Mary (Performer), 1911 Sweet Memories (Performer), 1911 Love at Gloucester Port (Performer), 1911 His Trust: The Faithful Devotion and Self-Sacrifice of an Old (Performer), 1911 Help Wanted (Performer), 1911 Fate's Turning (Performer), 1911 A Wreath of Orange Blossoms (Performer), 1910 White Roses (Performer), 1910 Unexpected Help (Performer), 1910 Two Little Waifs (Performer), 1910 The Woman from Mellon's (Performer), 1910 The Tenderfoot's Triumph (Performer), 1910 The Smoker (Performer), 1910 The Oath and the Man (Performer), 1910 The Newlyweds (Performer), 1910 The Golden Supper (Performer), 1910 The Call to Arms (Performer), 1910 The Broken Doll (Performer), 1910 The Affair of an Egg (Performer), 1910 Simple Charity (Performer), 1910 Serious Sixteen (Performer), 1910 His Sister-In-Law (Performer), 1910 Happy Jack, a Hero (Performer), 1910 Examination Day at School (Performer), 1910 A Victim of Jealousy (Performer), 1910 A Summer Idyll (Performer), 1910 A Plain Song (Performer), 1910 A Knot in the Plot (Performer), 1910 A Gold Necklace (Performer), 1910 A Child's Stratagem (Performer), 1909 What's Your Hurry (Performer), 1909 Two Memories (Performer), 1909 Two Memories (Other), 1909 To Save Her Soul (Performer), 1909 Through the Breakers (Performer), 1909 The Test (Performer), 1909 The Slave (Performer), 1909 The Red Man's View (Performer), 1909 The Necklace (Performer), 1909 The Little Darling (Performer), 1909 The Light That Came (Performer), 1909 The Indian Runner's Romance (Performer), 1909 The Hessian Renegades (Performer), 1909 The Faded Lilies (Performer), 1909 The Cardinal's Conspiracy (Performer), 1909 The Broken Locket (Performer), 1909 The Better Way (Performer), 1909 Tender Hearts (Performer), 1909 In the Window Recess (Performer), 1909 His Lost Love (Performer), 1909 Getting Even (Performer), 1909 A Strange Meeting (Performer)

Theatre Credits
Edmund Burke - Performer (October 2, 1905 - October 28, 1905)


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