Distinction and Theatre

Young, Stark
August 1942
New Republic;8/24/42, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p227
Report on the death of Margaret H. Jones, an expert on the speaking voice. Her relation with scene designer Robert Edmond Jones and actor Walter Huston; Brief information about her personal life; Praise for her qualities and technical knowledge; Her efforts for the stage projection of artist Lillian Gish; Her contribution in the making of John Barrymore's "Hamlet."


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