"From 1923 to 1934 [Donna Conway King] worked for the Ontario Motion Picture Bureau, a provincial agency with a mandate to produce educational films for Ontario farmers. Beginning as a stenographer, she worked her way through producer/director's assistant and editor, to become a director herself. Through the vicissitudes of the shifting film industry, she ended her career as a writer in the publicity department, and left the paid labour force when she married."
-- Kay Armatage
Armatage, Kay. "A Brief History of Women Filmmakers in Canada." In Changing Focus: The Future for Women in the Canadian Film and Television Industry, edited by Toronto Women in Film and Television. Toronto: Toronto Women in Film and Television, 1991. (p. 134)