#49 from a series of 50 from Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes
"Dorothy Wilson was born in Minneapolis on November 14th, 1909. On leaving the Vocational High School where she was educated, she became a typist in a paper mill. Three years later, when she was nineteen, she went to Hollywood and got a job as shorthand typist in the R.K.O. studios. Among her tasks was the typing of the script of a film called Are These Our Children? Six weeks later she was playing the leading role in it. Since then she has appeared in Scarlet River, Before Dawn, Winged Devils, Eight Girls in a Boat, One in a Million and His Greatest Gamble."
Note: whoever wrote the copy for this card has Wesley Ruggles' Are These Our Children? mixed up with Wilson's actual screen debut, Gregory La Cava's Age of Consent. She's not even in Are These Our Children?, although both '30s teen-angst films star Arline Judge, which is probably the cause of the mix-up.