In 1919 Wood founded the Art-O-Graf Film company of Denver, and she was on the board of directors. In 1920 Wood was an actress in the films. Wolves of the Street and The Desert Scorpion.
She gained much fame thru her skill as a practicing physician and surgeon.
And in 1917 she had a Colorado Delegation address Congress in an attempt to get the Defense Department to make an exception and allow her to work as a physician for the United States Military in support of the war effort. Wood studied opera in Milan, Italy under Fritzi Scheff and gave concerts in Vienna, Milan and Paris.
After the death of Count Stoeffel, around 1909, Wood married William O. Wood a wealthy Philadelphia businessman, who died in 1913. Together they owned land in Wyoming and in Colorado including the Wigwam Ranch in Jefferson County, Colorado later renamed the Flying G. Ranch and owned by Girl Scouts.
In 1919, Wood founded the Art-O-Graf Film company of Denver, Colorado.
He had been a German Officer and was wounded and thought to be dying, he asked the physicians to find his mother in America. She died June 19, 1928 in Los Angeles, California. Her son, Heinrich Carl Fischer changed his name to Harry Carl Fischer and worked for the Alexander Film Company as a cameraman.