The third batch of interesting female names I found in old issues of Photoplay magazine:
Photo caption: “When matters of importance were to be decided Marget donned her best gown of blue, with her fine black stockings and her low black shoes, which had come from London. Over her shoulder was thrown her father’s plaidie, pinned with the historic cairngorm brooch.”
Photo caption: “Marvel Rae of the Mack Sennett-Paramount comedies, is an accomplished athlete — rides, plays tennis, golfs, drives her own car, reads George Barr McChambers, and — oh, yes — she swims.” [They’re actually referring to George Barr McCutcheon, popular writer of the day.]
Photo caption: “Minta Durfee played in comic opera before risking her life by joining the Keystone company. She has never been on Broadway. The ambition of her life is to strut the Great White Way with Roscoe Arbuckle, her husband. She is one of the very few screen artists in California who will admit never having been in New York. But she has made good so well that she can admit anything.”
Naneta was played by actress Clara Williams in the silent film The Criminal (1916), but the name Naneta has never appeared on the SSA’s list.
Photo caption: “”No! No!” she cried, “she cannota have heem. One time she trow heem away- now-” Naneta stopped suddenly. It came to her in a flash that she had been trapped!”