Silent screen stars
Jacqueline Logan (November 30, 1901 - April 4, 1983) was a star of the silent motion picture screen who was on board William Randolph Hearst's yacht the Oneida in 1924 when film director Thomas Ince died. The young actress was under contract to Ince at the time. Logan was a WAMPAS Baby Star of 1922. She was born in Corsicana, Texas on November 30, 1901. Her father was a noted architect and her mother was briefly an opera singer.
Miriam Cooper (November 7, 1891 – April 12, 1976) was a silent film actress who is best known for her work in early film including The Birth of a Nation and Intolerance for D. W. Griffith and The Honor System and Evangeline for her husband Raoul Walsh. She retired from acting in 1923 but was rediscovered by the film community in the 1960s, and toured colleges lecturing about silent films.
Anita Page (1910-2008). American film actress who reached stardom in the last years of the silent film era. She became a popular young star, reportedly receiving the most fan mail on the MGM lot. She was referred to as "the girl with the most beautiful face in Hollywood" in the 1920s. She retired from acting in 1936. Page married her second husband the following year with whom she had two children. Page returned to acting in 1996, and appeared in four films in the 2000s