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    • Tom Trusky

    • Trusky, Tom; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Tom Trusky (1944-2009), professor of English at Boise State University, examines a reel of film in his campus office, surrounded by Nell Shipman memorabilia. Trusky first became intrigued with the filmmaker in the early 1980s when he learned she...
    • Nell Shipman

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • The Grub-Stake's villain Mark Leroy (portrayed by actor Alfred Allen) prevents actress Nell Shipman (as Faith Diggs) from reaching a knife.
    • The Girl From God's Country

    • Filson, Al, 1857-1925; Walker, Joseph B.; Van Tuyle, Bert, 1878-1951; Irwin, Boyd, 1880-1957; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Burns, Edward J., 1892-1980;
    • The cast and crew of "The Girl From God's Country." Seated in the front row, beginning at the second from right, are actor Al W. Filson (wearing a cap), cameraman Joseph B. Walker, co-director Bert Van Tuyle, actor Boyd Irwin, actor and...
    • Sara De Sota

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Postcard of Nell Shipman as Sara De Sota, in the Pageant of Sara De Sota in Sarasota, Florida, 1928. "The legend of Sara De Sota will be re-enacted in the city tonight with Miss Nell Shipman, famous movie actress, portraying the part of Sara De...
    • Wolf's Brush

    • Angstadt, Belle, 1867-1926; Peters, Lloyd, 1902-; Peters, Ray; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994; Angstadt, Harry E.; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman's friend and confidante, Belle Angstadt (in bed), in the center of the scene during the filming of Shipman's lost film "Wolf's Brush," at Angstadt's Lone Star Ranch, on the shores of Priest Lake, Idaho. At the far left Lloyd Peters...
    • Nell Shipman

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman, in one of the publicity stills from her Shipman-Curwood Productions album. The caption under the photo as published in the Los Angeles Times on July 31, 1918, reads "Nell Shipman as Nepeese / The Indian girl who became the 'close...
    • World War I appeal

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994; Lederer, Otto, 1886-1965;
    • Nell Shipman, her son Barry, and actor Otto Lederer pose for a World War I fundraising appeal. Lederer appeared with Shipman in the films "The Wild Strain" and "Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers," both released in 1918. Shipman also spoke at...
    • Nell Shipman's Birthday

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994;
    • Nell Shipman, her company, and friends celebrate her birthday, October 25, 1920, at the Pine Knot Lodge, Big Bear, California. Nell Shipman is seated at the head of the table with her son Barry standing beside her. She was at Big Bear filming...
    • Something New

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman, co-star and co-director of "Something New," rests with her dog Laddie in the Maxwell automobile that was the real star of the film.

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