Dorothy Revier was an actress in many silent movies in the 1920s, and in several sound movies of the 1930s, mostly 'B' features.
Some of her silent movies are "The Broadway Madonna" (1922), "The Wild Party" (1923), and "The False Alarm" (1926). Among her sound features are "Hold Everything" (1930), "Sally of the Subway" (1932), "The Fighting Ranger" (1934), and "The Cowboy and the Kid" (1936).
Today Ms. Revier is mostly remembered by fans of B-Westerns for her roles in a few, as leading lady to Buck Jones, with the latter movie above being her final feature.
I sent this photo to Ms. Revier in 1982, and she returned it within two weeks.