Who was Julia Crawford Ivers?
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Julia Crawford Ivers was one of the women that pioneered in the motion pictures, she dead 3 months after Mabel Normand on May 8. 1930.
Julia was another woman in William Desmond Taylor’s life; did she come to the bungalow in the morning of the murder with her son and cleared up the bootleg liquor? It has been reported that she did. Julia Crawford Ivers was a very close friend of WDT, she wrote the scenario for Huckleberry Finn (1920) as well as others.
According to the information on Julia Crawford Ivers passport application dated April 1921; she was born on
When Julia was 21 she married James Van Trees and their son, James Crawford Van Trees Jr. was born. Their marriage didn’t last, Julia married again
Frank Garbutt owned Pallas Pictures; in the 1910's, Julia entered the film business writing scenarios. She was wealthy, attractive and talented when she met William Desmond Taylor in 1916; she lived at 321 S. Alvarado, as you know WDT lived at 404 S. Alvarado, she was part of WDT inner circle. Elizabeth Kenney was Julia secretary and it was
Julia wrote, produced and directed and along with her son James Van Trees became a mother-son team, she directed and her son was the cinematographer. James continued as a successful cameraman for