William Collier Jr oils up Dorothy Revier in The Donovan Affair, which was released on April 11, 1929

William Collier Jr oils up Dorothy Revier in The Donovan Affair, which was released on April 11, 1929

Miss Dorothy Revier, holding a candle and wearing large keys, enters Clyde Browne’s Art Studios, located at 6232 Marmion Way, Highland Park, on April 13, 1926. All of the art shown is Christian in nature. A work entitled ‘The Novice’ to the left of the doorway shows a novitiate nun. There is a sculpture of the devil above the doorway. Browne is known for his creation of Abbey San Encino, a residence off North Figueroa, south of York Blvd. He was a fine art printer

Miss Dorothy Revier, holding a candle and wearing large keys, enters Clyde Browne’s Art Studios, located at 6232 Marmion Way, Highland Park, on April 13, 1926. All of the art shown is Christian in nature. A work entitled ‘The Novice’ to the left of the doorway shows a novitiate nun. There is a sculpture of the devil above the doorway. Browne is known for his creation of Abbey San Encino, a residence off North Figueroa, south of York Blvd. He was a fine art printer