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Lottie Blair Parker (1854–1937)


Lottie Blair Parker was born in 1854 in Oswego, New York, USA as Charlotte May Blair. She was a writer and actress, known for Way Down East (1920), Under Southern Skies (1915) and Way Down East (1935). She was married to Harry Doel Parker (director/manager). She died on January 5, 1937 in Great Neck, Long Island, New York. See full bio »

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Way Down East Writer
(1920)
(1915)
Way Down East Writer
(1935)
Hearts of Love Rose Neville
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Filmography

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 1918 Hearts of Love
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Stage Play: Way Down East. Melodrama. Written by Lottie Blair Parker [earliest Broadway credit]. Revised by Joseph R. Grismer. Manhattan Theatre: 7 Feb 1898-Jun 1898 (closing date unknown/152 performances). Cast: Phoebe Davies (as "Anna Moore"), Howard Kyle (as "David Bartlett, Son of Squire and Louisa Bartlett"), Odell Williams (as "... See more »

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Lottie May Blair
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Father: George Blair; Mother: Emily Hitchcock.

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