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"The Fox was designed by Thomas W. Lamb for William Fox, who made sure his wife, decorator Eve Leo Fox, was kept at arms length. The Fox was meant to be a part of a large office complex, which was never finished. According to "Great American Movie Theaters" by David Naylor, the Fox was similar, but more grand, in detail to 2 other Lamb designed theatres, the Midland in Kansas City, MO. and the Jersey in Jersey City. The Fox was apparently copied in 1932 by S. Charles Lee for the Los Angeles Theatre. The Los Angeles looks much like the Fox, just on a smaller scale."

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