Standard Name: Tree, Viola
Birth Name: Viola Tree
Nickname: Villi Vi
Nickname: The Twig
Married Name: Viola Parsons
Pseudonym: Hubert Parsons
Best known for her acting career, which began in the early years of the twentieth century and ended in the thirties,was also an opera singer and a theatre manager. She published an autobiography, an etiquette book, and a biography of her . She also wrote two plays, one of which was in collaboration with . Neither play was published, but both were produced. Her etiquette book stemmed from the etiquette and advice articles she had written for various magazines and newspapers, including her Sunday advice column.
Tree, Viola. Alan Parsons’ Book. Heinemann, 1937.
Tree, Viola, and Virginia Parsons. Can I Help You?. Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1937.
Tree, Viola. Castles in the Air. Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1926.
Tree, Viola, and Sir Gerald Herbert Edward Busson Du Maurier. The Dancers. Hodder and Stoughton, 1923.