b. 30 August 1867, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, d. 22 Oct 1936, Hollywood, California, USA. Having sung as a kid, Caldwell joined up with a juvenile operatic firm before turning her musical passions into that which was then a unique section of showbusiness for girls: songwriting. Employed in NY from 1907 onwards, Caldwell composed melody lyrics and librettos for musical comedies. Among a large number of shows which she proved helpful are The Female FROM THE Slipper (1912), Chin Chin (1914), Pom-Pom (1916), Jack port O’ Lantern (1917), The Canary (1918), She’s AN EXCELLENT Fellow (1919), Suggestion Top (1920), THE NIGHT TIME Sail boat (1920), The Number And Judy (1922), The Cabaret Gal (1922), Stepping Rocks (1923), THE TOWN Chap (1925), Criss Combination (1926), Oh, Make sure you! (1926), and Three Cheers (1928). Among the composers to whose music Caldwell added lyrics and that have been sung in these and various other displays are Hugo Felix (‘Kiss Me’), Otto Harbach (‘Cinderella Gal’, ‘She’s ON HER BEHALF Method’), Raymond Hubbell (‘Appear ON THE Globe And Smile’), Jerome Kern (‘Once IN THE Blue Moon’, ‘Whose Baby Are You?’, ‘Still left ALONE Again Blues’), Glen MacDonough (‘Raggedy Ann’, ‘Moon Of Like’), and Vincent Youmans (‘Like She Loves Me personally’, ‘Nicodemus’, ‘Blue Danube Blues’, ‘We UNDERSTAND THAT You Find out’). Caldwell was a creator person in the American Culture of Composer, Writers and Web publishers (ASCAP).