Scarce, bold vintage signature on a 2.5 x 8-inch card, dating to approximately 1910. In good condition, with mounting remnants on the verso and in all four corners, and gentle surface creases in spots. In the 1910s, ageless waifs like Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish and Mary Miles Minter were all the rage, and Clark was the only brown-eyed brunette in the lot. After establishing herself on the Broadway musical stage, she became the early 1920s' most beloved movie star, charming in a mixed bag of silent comedies and dramas. One of Clark's best-loved roles was that of Snow White in the 1916 fantasy, which Walt Disney would later cite as the inspiration for his 1937 version, with Clark serving as the model for his raven-haired heroine. She died of pneumonia at the age of 52 and her autograph is rather uncommon in any format.