“If you are a westerner and stay with western picture companies, you are always looked upon as just a commonplace sort of person who happened along. You come east and do a picture or two, and no matter whether or not your work is as good as it was in the west, if you go back, your salary is just about double. It is the stamp of eastern approval that counts. But I don’t think I shall every want to go back. I think of California now as I do of Cuba or South America – a kind of foreign place that would be nice to visit for a holiday. “ — Anna Little
From Photoplay Magazine in 1914.