From the 1935 Lawlor Professionals:
Joan Lott’s photo is in this casting book. The ad indicates that she is available for dramatic parts on the radio or stage. She is “Little Miss Detroit.”
From the 1945 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, “Junior Biographies”:
Born – Nov. 24, 1928, Detroit, Michigan
Greatest talent – dancing
Favorite saying – Oh! Fudge
Principal occupation – acting
Chief characteristic – natural wavy blond hair
Destiny – to be a model
Joan was a member of Los Buenos Vecinos (The Good Neighbors, Spanish Club) in 1945.
From the 1946 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, “Senior Biographies”:
Title: Joan Lott
Copyright: Detroit, Michigan
Introduction: She is poised. Has beautiful blond hair.
Forward: To be a model and actress.
Illustrations: Bowling. Dancing. Eating meat. Wearing the colors blue and orchid.
Glossary: “But my hair is naturally blond.”
Can you imagine Joan disagreeing?
Joan was a member of the French Club, Le Circle Francais in 1946.
The 1949 Mar-Ken School Yearbook has a page describing an alumni event:
In November , the Honor Society gave an “Afternoon of Arts”, which they held at The Beverly Hills Hotel. Looking at it from both an artistic as well as fashionable standpoint, it was indeed a great success…
Also planned for the afternoon was entertainment which was contributed by former alumni of Mar-Ken. This included a piano solo by Ramon Wertz, a vocal solo by Nancy Angela, and a charming group of youngsters who entertained under the direction of Joan Lott. It was indeed a well chosen program, greatly enjoyed by everyone.