Thanks Evelyn for including me in your festival at http://acanadianfamily.com/. As I mentioned I've recently moved and my Archive is packed away in boxes and I'm not able to find everything but here are three black and white real photo postcards of my Great Aunt Juliet in descending chronological order that provide a brief sampling of her career in early entertainment.
The top postcard circa 1910 is from her early career on the Vaudeville stage. Amongst her many talents, Juliet did comic characterizations and impersonations on the Orpheum Circuit. The middle postcard, circa 1915, Is a promotional piece for her act. By this time she had changed her name to Juliet? as you will see on the middle card; the implication being that she was so skilled at mimicry nobody was able to tell for sure if the performer on stage was really her. The bottom postcard is from the late 1920's or early 1930 when she was touring internationally. I believe this is Venice.