That is right - ralphspence.weebly.com is up and running. The silent film intertitle community (of which there are at least 4) will never be the same.
The Marquise de la Marr wore the lowest cut gown in Paris just to show that her heart was in the right place (Mlle Modiste 1926)
It is available here: http://www.rosemetalpress.com/Catalog/robinson.html
Starring Louise Brooks. Titles by Ralph Spence. A good copy is up on youtube here.
The Cohen film collection posted a split screen restoration of Intolerance, showing how much life can be given back to a movie. Film restoration specialists are a bit like doctors whose patients
Drop whatever it is you are doing and check out the Women Film Pioneers Project at Columbia. It is a remarkable look at women in early cinema. It has an entire section on women who worked as title writers, including
Hettie Gray Baker: “a writer of motion picture titles and scenarios; of library science, theatre, and fan magazine articles; and, later in life, of highly regarded books about cats”
And Katherine Hilliker, who worked on the famous titles from Sunrise:
from Marjorie Charles Driscoll, published in Motion Picture Classics in 1928, The beginning kind of reminds me of Stephen Crane's "In the Desert"
I met a very ancient man
with gray and revered head.
"It is growing dark," I said to him,
And this is what he said.
"Drifting shadows crept over the
World as suppliant Day knelt at the
threshold of Night, pleading for the
black of darkness."
I looked up at him in mild surprise,
He wept "Ah, well-a-day!
I once wrote titles for the films,
And now I talk this way!
This is a bit like Benjamin's Arcades Project, but on a much smaller scale. Intertitles, subtitles, books with images, and other monstrous hybrids.