Peggy Leads the Way is a 1917 silent film directed by Lloyd Ingraham. A copy of the film was first found at the Dutch Filmmuseum. They sold it to the American Film Institute in 1991.
Peggy Manners has just finished finishing school and returns home. She has always thought her father was a great and wealthy store owner, but finds out he is a grocery store owner who isn't making any profit. She tries to make a change and falls in love with the son of the wealthy Roland Gardiner.