I can't recall seeing any Universal silents pre-1923, but I have a Blu-ray of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME from that year, and it looks pretty ropey, I believe because it is taken from 16mm source material as the OCN is long gone (hard to believe all 35mm prints were destroyed...?). It's also in the public domain. Supposedly a newly-copyrighted edition running about 15 minutes short of the original's 133 minutes is out there with a new score. Sure would love to see that one getting a restoration and decent release. I know nothing about Baby Peggy except that she was a big box office draw back then, in the same way that Jackie Coogan was. Uni released a whole bunch of films with their studio child mascot, in the 20's. The studio was putting out a movie a week then (in the days when studios owned their own theater chains and had to supply them constantly with new product), and God knows how many survive or, more to the point, which ones will be released by Kino. The 1910's output begins in 1914, and I know absolutely nothing about anything that far back. Not much help...just observing.