Definition of Mary Pickford
1. Noun. United States film actress (born in Canada) who starred in silent films (1893-1979).
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Literary usage of Mary Pickford
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1. The First One Hundred Noted Men and Women of the Screen by Carolyn Lowrey (1920)
"Mary Pickford Little Mary Pickford, the most famous and highest paid artist ... She then became vice-president of the Mary Pickford Famous Players Company ..."
2. Wedmore Parish Registers by Wedmore, Eng. (Parish), Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey (1890)
"June 23. Susanna dau : of Elizabeth Rogers. — 27, James son of James & Mary Pickford, ... Mary Pickford ..."
3. The Secrets of Distinctive Dress: Harmonious, Becoming, and Beautiful Dress by Mary Brooks Picken (1918)
"I say most successfully, because Mary Pickford makes her clothes express youth ... We play a part in every-day life, just as Mary Pickford plays one on the ..."
4. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1897)
"With the consent of her May 14 Chrystian Gottlieb Bernhart Heyden & Ann Smith mother Mary Pickford, widow May 14 Thomas Moore, B., & Jemima Ireson, ..."
5. The Register Book of Marriages Belonging to the Parish of St. George by John Henry Chapmen, George John Armytage (1897)
"With the consent of her mother Mary Pickford, widow May 14 Chrystian Gottlieb Bernhart Heyden & Aim Smith May 14 Thomas Moore, В., & Jemima Ireson, ..."