Linda Marshall

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Linda Marshall
Linda Marshall 1970.jpg
Linda Marshall in 1970
Occupation Actress
Years active 1963–1967

Linda Marshall is an American actress. She started her television career in the 1963 situation comedy My Three Sons, and in 1965 appeared in her first movie, The Girls on the Beach.[1]

Marshall was born in Wichita, Kansas, graduated from Wichita East High School,[2] and attended Colorado State College, (now called University of Northern Colorado) in Greeley, Colorado.[3] Her interest in acting developed at Little Theatre of the Rockies and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.[4]

In 1968 she attended the Palermo Conference in the Mediterranean of the Bahá'í Faith and then volunteered some time as a guide at the Bahá'í World Center.[5] Then she traveled later in 1968 into 1969 to many locations in the US speaking about her religion.[6] She toured in Europe for the religion in 1970 and continued to do so back in the United States in 1971,[7] when she was also on the program of a conference on the religion in the Caribbean.[8] In 1972 appeared in a movie about the religion.[9]

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  1. ^ Tom Lisanti (2008). "Linda Marshall". Glamour Girls of Sixties Hollywood: Seventy-five Profiles. McFarland. pp. 128–. ISBN 978-0-7864-3172-4. 
  2. ^ *"Miss Marshall, Baha'is of Kansas City…". The Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Missouri). 28 December 1968. p. 3. Retrieved May 18, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Linda Marshall is Baha'i Guest". The Amarillo Globe-Times (Amarillo, Texas). 23 May 1969. p. 31. Retrieved May 18, 2014. 
  4. ^ "Miss Marshall, Baha'is of Kansas City…". The Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Missouri). 28 December 1968. p. 3. Retrieved May 18, 2014. 
  5. ^ "Miss Marshall, Baha'is of Kansas City…". The Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Missouri). 28 December 1968. p. 3. Retrieved May 18, 2014. 
  6. ^ * "TV actress spreads word of Faith". The Portsmouth Herald (Portsmouth, New Hampshire). 30 March 1968. p. 2. Retrieved May 18, 2014. 
  7. ^ "Television actress speaks at college on Baha'i Faith". Garden City Telegram (Garden City, Kansas). 12 February 1971. p. 9. Retrieved May 18, 2014. 
  8. ^ * "Mrs. Osborn and daughter to attend Baha'i meeting". The Terre Haute Tribune (Terre Haute, Indiana). 10 May 1971. p. 5. Retrieved May 18, 12014. 
  9. ^ *Rebecca D. Clear (1993). Jazz on Film and Video in the Library of Congress. DIANE Publishing. p. 46. ISBN 978-0-7881-1436-6. 
    • "Baha'u'llah". The Sun and the Erie County Independent (Hamburg, New York). 8 November 1972. p. 11. Retrieved May 18, 12014. 

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