Portrait of Lillian Gish and Mother 1920 Nell Dorr Errata: Amon Carter Museum description "Lillian Gish and an elderly woman in lace"; The Movies, Mr.Griffith and Me description of this photo session - "with Mother"
Mayor of NY with Connie Towers and Lillian Gish – backstage in the opening night of “Anya” Mayor of NY with Connie Towers and Lillian Gish – backstage in the opening night of “Anya” (December 1965) Anya star Connie Towers is pictured backstage with Lillian Gish and Mayor of the New York City John Lindsey. In private life, Connie is Mrs. Eugene McGrath who often visits Miami. Her husband’s mother. Mrs. Harry Scheibla, lives in Miami. The McGraths have two small children, a son and a daughter. Photo Friedman Abeles 351W 54St. N.Y.C. 19 Judson 6-3260 Constance Towers, Lillian Gish and John Lindsey (Mayor of NY) – Photo Anya Dec 5 1965 Constance Towers, Lillian Gish and John Lindsey (Mayor of NY) – Anya Dec 5 1965 Back to Lillian Gish Home page
An Illustrious Sister Act – The art of Lillian Gish -By Malcolm H. Oettinger (Picture Play Magazine 1925) Lillian Gish Inspiration Pictures Romola – Promotional Picture Play Magazine Volume XXII July, 1925 No. 5 An Illustrious Sister Act An appraisal of the art of Lillian Gish, who is about to begin a new phase of her long career, with a few words about her sister Dorothy. By Malcolm H. Oettinger IF you or some other curious person were to stop me some summer morning and ask point blank: “Who is the best actress unrolling her talents on celluloid?” I- should, -without quibbling, cast my two or three votes—for such is the system in Pennsylvania — in favor of Lillian Gish. When serious thinkers and cynical souls of all sexes begin to crown the baby art with wild raspberries it is always possible to exact a temporary reprieve for the films by mentioning Lillian Gish. Such reluctant optimists as George Jean Nathan and Joseph Hergesheimer have dedicated psalms to Lillian; aloof fellows, the