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by Janice McDonald

ePub Fox Theatre (Images of America) download
Author:
Janice McDonald
ISBN13:
978-0738594491
ISBN:
0738594490
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Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing (November 12, 2012)
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Performing Arts
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Fox Theatre (Images of America) Paperback – November 12, 2012. Atlanta author Janice McDonald grew up listening to her mother’s stories of watching the twinkling lights in the Fox’s night-sky ceiling.

Fox Theatre (Images of America) Paperback – November 12, 2012. by. Janice McDonald (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. In her fourth book for Arcadia Publishing, she has tapped other Fox lovers’ memories to help relive this amazing theater’s rich history. Series: Images of America. Paperback: 128 pages.

An accomplished writer and producer, Janice McDonald has written and produced material on all seven continents. Her most recent project is a book abut the "Residents of Oakland Cemetery" for history publishers Arcadia

An accomplished writer and producer, Janice McDonald has written and produced material on all seven continents. Her most recent project is a book abut the "Residents of Oakland Cemetery" for history publishers Arcadia. She has also written about The Varsity drive-in and the Fox Theater, as well as co-authoring The East Lake Golf Club, The Myrtle Beach Pavilion and Aiken for Arcadia

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Images of America In her fourth book for Arcadia Publishing, she has tapped other Fox lovers' memories to help relive.

Atlanta author Janice McDonald grew up listening to her mother's stories of watching the twinkling lights in the Fox's night-sky ceiling. In her fourth book for Arcadia Publishing, she has tapped other Fox lovers' memories to help relive this amazing theater's rich history. Other top rated products. Lost Car Companies of Detroit.

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The Fox Oakland Theatre is a 2,800-seat concert hall, a former movie theater, located at 1807 Telegraph Avenue in Downtown Oakland. It originally opened in 1928, running films until 1970. Designed by Weeks and Day, the theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was refurbished in the 2000s and reopened as a concert venue on February 5, 2009.

Even beyond Atlanta, this amazing, Moorish-style icon is known by most not by its legal name, the Fox Theatre, but as the “Fabulous Fox.” Constructed in the late 1920s as a temple for the Yaarab Shrine, the imposing yellow-brick building was designed to “out Baghdad Baghdad” in its elaborate Middle Eastern appearance. But the onion-domed exterior with its faux prayer towers is nothing compared to the elaborate interior. Movie mogul William Fox leased the auditorium from the Shriners in 1929, transforming it into a movie palace like no other. The theater became a place of spectacular premieres and world-class performances until changing times threatened its very existence in the 1970s. The campaign to “Save the Fox” proved more dramatic than some of the performances that graced Fox’s own stage. Today, the Fabulous Fox is one of Atlanta’s best-known and most cherished landmarks.
  • This is a well researched book with many historic pictures and a comprehensive timeline of the life and times of Atlanta's most fabulous theater, and one of the biggest success stories of any theater in the US.
    My only wish is that it had been printed larger on a better quality paper, because the story and images deserve the best presentation possible. Keeping it simple no doubt kept the cost down, so it makes this little gem more widely accessible, and that's a good thing.

  • Very enlightening. Many facts about Atlanta and the Fox's development that were precise and good.