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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1913, Image 20',
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PEGGY'S A BRIGHT, f WINKLING STAR NOW
She Landed the.Leading Role in "Peg o' My Heart" Over
400 GirlWho Wanted to Be Stars, Too.
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Miss Peggy O'Neil.
How happy do you think a girl
must be, who answered a newspaper
appeal, made by a theatrical man
ager, for a successor to his biggest
star and LANDED THE JOB?'
This is the girl Peggy O'NeiL
Oliver Morosco, the theatrical
manager of New York, wanted an
actress to play Laurette Taylor's part
in a 'Teg o My Heart" company, f
which is soon to take the road, andto, -prepare
herself for other leading