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Will H. Hays. The Memoirs of Will H. Hays. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1955.

Articles (53)

New York Times (US) March 21 1954, pg. 50:4, "Will H. Hays Left $1,770,000"
New York Times (US) March 11 1954, pg. 31:5, "Funeral for Will Hays"
Variety (US) March 10 1954, by: Gene Arneel, "Will Hays Came Into the Picture Biz Under Conditions Similar to Today"
New York Times (US) March 8 1954, pg. 1:4, 27:4, "Will Hays, First Film Czar, Dies; Former G.O.P. Leader Was Postmaster General Under Harding"
Moving Picture World (US) December 24 1927, pg. 10, "Hays Working with Authors' Guilds on Screen Material"
Moving Picture World (US) October 22 1927, pg. 477, "Hays Finds Conference Worthwhile"
Moving Picture World (US) October 15 1927, pg. 415-16, ill, "Hays Urges a 'Sympathetic, Constructive Study"
Moving Picture World (US) June 4 1927, pg. 327, "Will Hays Praises Film Trade Board Secretarial Work"
Moving Picture World (US) April 2 1927, pg. 485, "Will Hays Gives Some Figures"
Moving Picture World (US) March 26 1927, pg. 314, 445, "The 'Czar'"
Moving Picture World (US) March 26 1927, pg. 359, "From Will H. Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) January 29 1927, pg. 344, "Hays Silent on Hollywood Winter Visit"
Moving Picture World (US) October 16 1926, pg. 417, ill, by: C.E. Hastings, "Will Hays Lauds Thomson and Kennedy at F.B.O. Luncheon; Tunney Greets 'Pal'"
Moving Picture World (US) September 4 1926, pg. 2, "'A Great Loss,' Says Will H. Hays (Valentino's death)"
Moving Picture World (US) August 14 1926, pg. 6, ill, "Hays' Welcome Speech to Vitaphone"
Moving Picture World (US) July 3 1926, pg. 1, ill, "Will Hays Continues to 1936"
Moving Picture World (US) April 10 1926, pg. 410-13, "Will H. Hays Delivers an Epochal Address on Advertising Problems"
Moving Picture World (US) February 27 1926, pg. 3, "Hays' Fire Prevention Work Is Recognized"
Moving Picture World (US) February 13 1926, pg. 2, "'We Are Surely Seeing a New Day in Production,' Says Will H. Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) January 30 1926, pg. 3, "Best Acting Is Found in Films, Says Will Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) January 16 1926, pg. 229, by: Will H. Hays, "A Magnificent Achievement"
Movie Magazine (US) January 1926, pg. 68-69, 94, by: Marie Chomel, "An Interesting Account of How Will Hays Earns His Salary"
Moving Picture World (US) December 19 1925, pg. 683, "Hays Hopes Every Theatre Will Join in Helping National Laugh Month Idea"
Moving Picture World (US) November 14 1925, pg. 109, "Hays Commended for Care of Children in the Studio"
Moving Picture World (US) August 8 1925, pg. 616, "President Coolidge Writes Hays Endorsement of Movie Season"
Moving Picture World (US) July 25 1925, pg. 398, "Hays Reports More Progress on the Greater Movie Season"
Moving Picture World (US) April 25 1925, pg. 761, "Greater Movie Season Inaugurated by Will Hays for U.S. in August"
Moving Picture World (US) April 4 1925, pg. 440, "Hays Announces 'Open Door' Policy for Film Industry"
Moving Picture World (US) December 27 1924, pg. 813, "Yuletide Greeting from Will Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) October 18 1924, pg. 610, "Arbitration Society Gives Hays Testimonial"
Moving Picture World (US) July 12 1924, pg. 580, "Honor Will Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) May 10 1924, pg. 194, "Will Hays Tells Pen Women Scenario Needs of Industry"
Moving Picture World (US) April 12 1924, pg. 538, "Will Hays' Contract Extended"
Moving Picture World (US) December 29 1923, pg. 794, by: Will H. Hays, "Holiday Greetings"
Moving Picture World (US) September 22 1923, pg. 326, "The Best and the Worst"
Moving Picture World (US) March 31 1923, pg. 560, ill, "David Belasco Welcomed Into Picture Industry by Will Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) January 20 1923, pg. 219, "Hays Says Public Shall Dewcide Whether Arbuckle Is Wanted on Screen"
Moving Picture World (US) January 16 1923, pg. 560, "To Speak at Convention"
Moving Picture World (US) January 6 1923, pg. 34, "Hays Answers Ministers"
Moving Picture World (US) December 30 1922, pg. 837, by: W.H. Hays, "Christmas Greeting"
Moving Picture World (US) August 26 1922, pg. 658, "Hays Joins 'Wampas'"
Moving Picture World (US) July 15 1922, pg. 207-8, "Hays Says Censorship Brought on America's Revolt Against Tyranny"
Moving Picture World (US) May 6 1922, pg. 45, 86, "Hays Enlists Newspaper Co-operation in Drive to Raise Standard of Films"
Moving Picture World (US) April 29 1922, pg. 918-19, by: 924, "M.P.T.O.A. to Endorse Will Hays at Big Washington Convention"
Moving Picture World (US) April 8 1922, pg. 615, "'Wampas Is Big Factor in Greater Development of Industry,' Says Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) April 1 1922, pg. 453-54, ill, by: William J. Reilly, "Will Hays Makes His Debut as Guardian of the 'Infant' That Is to Be Colossus"
Moving Picture World (US) March 18 1922, pg. 255, "Will Hays Interviews Trade Paper Men; Begins Work by Studying the Industry"
Moving Picture World (US) March 11 1922, pg. 154, "Will Hays Expected at Naked Truth Dinner of A.M.P.A. on March 25"
Moving Picture World (US) March 11 1922, pg. 155, "Motion Pictures Will Become National Stabilizer in This Country, Says Hays, at National Press Club Dinner"
Moving Picture World (US) March 11 1922, pg. 156, by: Arthur James, "A Word to Will H. Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) March 4 1922, pg. 47, "M.P.D.A. Dinner Dance in Hay's Honor Will Be Attended by Many Celebrities"
Moving Picture World (US) January 28 1922, pg. 369-70, ill, "Hays Will Head Picture Organization; Contract Signed Wednesday in New York"
Moving Picture World (US) January 28 1922, pg. 377, "M.P.T.O.A. Disclaims Abny Hand in Appointment of Will Hays as Head of Industry at Salary of $150,000"

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