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Print Biographies (5)

Lillian Wurtzel Semenov with Carla Winter, editors. William Fox, Sol M. Wurtzel and the Early Fox Film Corporation: Letters, 1917-1923. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., Inc., 2001. ISBN 078640857X
Glendon Alvine. The Greatest Fox of Them All. Secaucus, NJ: Lyle Stuart, 1969.
Upton Sinclair. Upton Sinclair Presents William Fox. Los Angeles: Self-published, 1933.
Susan Fox. William Fox: A Story of Early Hollywood. Boalsburg, PA: BearManor Media,.
Vanda Krefft. The Man Who Made the Movies: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of William Fox. New York: Harper, 2017. ISBN 0061136069

Articles (51)

Spotlight, Walking the Walk (US) November 4 2008, Vol. 9, Iss. 29, pg. 2, by: Adrienne Papp, "Hungarian Film Festival in Hollywood"
Variety (US) May 14 1952, pg. 71:1, "Wm. Fox Dies in N.Y. After Long Illness"
New York Times (US) May 9 1952, pg. 23:1, "William Fox Dies; Pioneer in Movies; Former Head of $300,000,000 Motion-Picture Empire Lost Hold in Market Crash; Started Film Firm in 1915"
Cinema Arts (US) November 1926, pg. 17, 46-47, by: R.M. Hyams, "Fox Started with a Penny Arcade"
Motion Picture Classic (US) January 1926, pg. 26, "They Control Your Films!"
Moving Picture World (US) September 5 1925, pg. 35, "William Fox to Build New Academy of Music"
Moving Picture World (US) May 16 1925, pg. 327, ill, "William Fox Forging Ahead Faster During 22nd Year Than Ever Before"
Moving Picture World (US) May 2 1925, pg. 33, "Fox Again a Grandfather"
Moving Picture World (US) April 11 1925, pg. 550, "Fox Is Grandfather"
Moving Picture World (US) November 1 1924, pg. 27, "Fox Is Gold Watch Wizard"
Moving Picture World (US) November 1 1924, pg. 27, "Fox Is Gold Wizard"
Moving Picture World (US) April 19 1924, pg. 624, "Fox's Daughter Marries (Belle marries Milton S. Schwartz)"
Moving Picture World (US) January 5 1924, pg. 1932, "Author's Rights Upheld"
Moving Picture World (US) November 17 1923, pg. 329, ill, "Fox Corporation to Spend $27,000,000 on Production and Development"
Moving Picture World (US) June 16 1923, pg. 560, "William Fox Denies Rumor"
Moving Picture World (US) December 30 1922, pg. 833, ill, "Letters to Santa Claus"
Moving Picture World (US) March 11 1922, pg. 140, "'World' Courageous and Fair, Says William Fox"
Moving Picture World (US) April 2 1921, pg. 481, "William Fox to Produce Abroad"
Moving Picture World (US) December 25 1920, pg. 1012, ill, by: W. Fox, "William Fox Film Corporation Ends Its Most Successful Year with Close of 1920"
Moving Picture World (US) August 14 1920, pg. 889, ill, by: W. Fox, "On Eve of New Season, William Fox Extends Greetings to All Exhibitors"
Moving Picture World (US) January 3 1920, pg. 94, by: William Fox, "William Fox Reviews Company's Work for Past Year; Sees 1920 Bigger"
Moving Picture World (US) September 13 1919, pg. 1630, "William Fox Will Open Cafeteria in New Building"
Moving Picture World (US) July 19 1919, pg. 354, ill, "Official Statement by William Fox"
Moving Picture World (US) July 12 1919, pg. 233-34, ill, "Penny Arcade to Theatre Chain"
Moving Picture World (US) April 19 1919, pg. 375, "William Fox Gives Prizes to Employees for Captions"
Moving Picture World (US) March 22 1919, pg. 1635, ill, "Sees Films as Best Embassadors"
Moving Picture World (US) January 18 1919, pg. 369, "Do Repeat Engagements Pay? Yes, Says William Fox"
Moving Picture World (US) November 30 1918, pg. 923-24, ill, "How Fox Organized the War Drive"
Moving Picture World (US) August 10 1918, pg. 847, "Fox to Increase Admissions This Fall"
Moving Picture World (US) August 1 1918, pg. 820-21, ill, "Fox Has Large Plans for 1918-1919"
Moving Picture World (US) June 29 1918, pg. 1859, "William Fox Will Dismiss Pro-Germans"
Moving Picture World (US) June 15 1918, pg. 1554, "William Fox Entertains Drive Aids"
Moving Picture World (US) May 25 1918, pg. 1119-20, "Theatrical Folk Have Own Red Cross Team"
Moving Picture World (US) March 9 1918, pg. 1348, "Col. William Fox Honored at Dinner"
Moving Picture World (US) January 5 1918, pg. 57, "William Fox Takes Over Victor Studio"
Moving Picture World (US) November 17 1917, pg. 1025, "Fox Invests $400,000 in Bonds"
Moving Picture World (US) November 10 1917, pg. 894, "Lehrman Pleases Fox"
Moving Picture World (US) November 3 1917, pg. 683, "Fox Talks 'Sunshine Comedies'"
Moving Picture World (US) July 14 1917, pg. 221, "Fox Announces Plans for Year"
Moving Picture World (US) June 30 1917, pg. 2097, "William Fox Helps Out the Navy"
Moving Picture World (US) May 19 1917, pg. 1102, "Fox Returns to New York"
Moving Picture World (US) March 17 1917, pg. 1782, ill, "William Fox Arrives in Los Angeles"
Moving Picture World (US) December 9 1916, pg. 1470, "Fox Disavows Attack on President"
Moving Picture World (US) November 11 1916, pg. 874, "William Fox to Produce Comedies"
New York Dramatic Mirror (US) November 6 1915, pg. 26:4, "S.P.C.A. on the Job; Society Makes Five Arrests as Result of Scene in Fox's 'Carmen'"
Moving Picture World (US) October 9 1915, pg. 259, "Kate Claxton Sues William Fox"
Moving Picture World (US) November 21 1914, pg. 1097, "Fox Agrees with Bush"
Moving Picture World (US) October 3 1914, pg. 44, "A Disclaimer from William Fox"
Moving Picture World (US) September 12 1914, pg. 1521-22, "Independents Propose Organization"
Moving Picture World (US) May 16 1914, pg. 977, ill, "Fox to Sell States Rights"
Moving Picture World (US) March 15 1913, pg. 1082-83, "United States vs. Motion Picture Patents Co."

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