Dorothy Gish

  • “Lillian Gish’s Little Sister” – Pictures And The Picturegoer – June 19, 1915
  • “Romola” (Moving Picture World – 1924)
  • “When we said Lillian is cutting “Romola,” we meant it” (Screenland – 1924)
  • A close-up of that illusive young star, Lillian Gish By Delight Evans (Photoplay 1921)
  • A Pictorial History of the Silent Screen – By Daniel Blum 1953
  • A Tale of Two Gishes – The Picturegoer Magazine (May, 1922)
  • After ‘Life With Father’ Lillian Gish Owns the (Chicago) Town – By Lloyd Lewis (New York Times, 1941)
  • America’s First Women Directors – Anthony Slide – Boston /London 1996
  • An Intimate Story of The Gish (Movie Weekly 1922 – March 18)
  • “ONE ROMANTIC NIGHT” Albert Bigelow Paine – 1932
  • “ROMOLA” by Albert Bigelow Paine – 1932
  • Before and After Taking – Motion Picture Classic (Aug 1919)
  • CHILD ACTORS …
  • Conversation With Lillian Gish – Sight and Sound – BFI – England, January 1958
  • D.W. Griffith has revived “The Two Orphans” (Photoplay November 1921)
  • Don’t You Wish You Were a Gish ? (Film Flashes 1916)
  • Dorothy and Lillian Gish – The Gish Girls Talk About Each Other
  • Dorothy and Mae Tell Secrets – By Will Rex (1916)
  • Dorothy Gish – By ANTHONY SLIDE – 1973
  • Dorothy Gish, Actress, Is Dead – The New York Times – June 6, 1968
  • Dorothy Gish, reveals how she happened – Los Angeles Herald 1919
  • Dorothy Gish—Her Story By Marguerite Sheridan (Picture Play Magazine 1918)
  • From Public Honor to Public Disgrace: A Chronology of the Tragic Fall of D. W. Griffith’s Reputation in the United States, 1975-2019 – By William M. Drew
  • Gish Sisters Christen New Hup – 1916 (L.A. Herald)
  • Griffith in the Twenties – (Orphans of the Storm) – By William K. Everson (1978)
  • Griffith’s Picture (Orphans) Angers the French – Photoplay 1923
  • Griffith—and the Great War – By Paul H. Dowling (Picture-Play Magazine March 1918)
  • Hearts of the World (1918)
  • Hearts of the World – Fictionized version by Julian Johnson (Photoplay July 1918)
  • Henry B. Walthall, his impressions of Lillian Gish (By Myrtle Gebhart – Picture Play 1926)
  • Hollywood – By BOB THOMAS – The Associated Press (1945)
  • HOME, SWEET HOME (Reliance-Majestic/Mutual, 1914) – Selected Film Criticism
  • How Griffith Picks His Leading Women – By Harry C. Carr (Photoplay 1918)
  • I Go A – calling on the Gish Girls – By Richard Willis (1914)
  • In Praise and Celebration of SISTERS – A HELEN EXLEY GIFTBOOK (1998)
  • Lillian Gish – A Tribute to a Trouper – By ANITA LOOS (The New York Times – September 14, 1980)
  • Lillian Gish Shines in ‘All the Way Home,’ as She and Sister Have in Many Things – By Brooks Atkinson (New York Times, 1960)
  • Lillian Gish, the Author, Talks on D. W. Griffith – By HOWARD THOMPSON (New York Times – April 18, 1969)
  • Lost Hollywood – By David Wallace – 2001
  • Madera Tribune, 1926 “Romola”
  • May Hear Lillian Gish (The New York Times, June 2, 1929)
  • Not So Long Ago – By Lloyd Morris – 1949 (The Old Master – D.W. Griffith)
  • Orphans of the Storm (1921)
  • ORPHANS OF THE STORM—D. W. Griffith – Photoplay Magazine – March 1922
  • Our Animated Monthly of Movie News and Views – By Sally Roberts (Motion Picture Magazine 1919)
  • Reel women  pioneers of the cinema, 1896 to the present – Ally Acker (1991)
  • Remember The Silent Screen Sisters? (1975)
  • Remodeling her husband – 1920
  • REMODELING HER HUSBAND Paramount-Artcraft, 1920) Selected Film Criticism
  • Romola (1924)
  • Tears and Cheers for Two Orphans at the Armstrong (The Rock Island Argus – 1922)
  • The Chalk Garden – 1956
  • The Expressions Of Lillian Gish (Picture Show, 1920)
  • THE GISH GENEALOGY
  • The Gish Sisters – Photo Gallery – Dorothy Gish and Lillian Gish
  • The Griffith Actresses – By Anthony Slide – 1973 (Blanche Sweet, Kate Bruce, Lillian Gish)
  • The Movies in the Age of Innocence – By Edward Wagenknecht (1962) I
  • The Movies in The Age of Innocence – By Edward Wagenknecht (1962) II
  • The Parade’s Gone By … Kevin Brownlow – 1968
  • The Real Lillian Gish Vs. The Imaginary – By Julian Johnson (Photoplay 1918)
  • The Real Sirens of the Screen – By Agnes Smith (Photoplay September, 1926)
  • THE SILENT SCREEN – Richard Dyer MacCann
  • The Singing Empress (Stuart Oderman)
  • The Sisters – 1914
  • Those Gish Girls, EACH IS MORE ALLURING Than the Other (1919)
  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star – by Dick Moore (1984)
  • We Interview the Two Orphans – Gladys Hall /Adele Whitely Fletcher
  • Where She Danced – By Elizabeth Kendall – 1979
  • Why Are We Glad to Get Back Home – Motion Picture Magazine 1924
  • Young Boswell Interviews Lillian Gish (New York Tribune, 1922)