Here are a couple of favorable short newspaper writeups on this piece; I based my rating on them. It might rate a ten, but having no way of viewing it reserved the top score.
From the Wilmington Morning Star, Friday May 21st, 1915 Page 2:
"The Little Girl of the Attic," is a great two-reel Universal drama, a story of the Civil War, featuring Helen Leslie and M. K. Wilson in the leading roles. Helen Leslie's father was killed in the Civil War, leaving her, as far as she knows, friendless. She goes to live with strangers, who treat her as a drudge. Her final finding of happiness and home is graphically told in this absorbing two-reel drama.
From the Hartford Courant, Thursday, May 6th, 1915 Page 6:
The Universal program, which is changed daily, brings today a wide variety of emotions portrayed on the screen. Foremost is the Laemmle two-part drama of the Civil War, "The Little Girl of the Attic." A little Southern girl, deprived of her soldier-father's support by his death, is made the slavey in a fashionable boarding school, but finally triumphs over those who mistreat her.
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