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Pomona Fox Theater Reopening Collection SC2010.02
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Box 1 SC2010.02

Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 1) Poly Post, Campus Guide Summer 2010 (Focus on article: “Revitalized Fox Theater Shines in Pomona” by Derrick Taruc pg. 28-29). (Special Note: This Poly Post was not donated by Mr. Bruce Emerton. It was added later by library staff because of the related topic of the reopening of Pomona Fox Theater in the stated article above, also for its relevant connection with the city of Pomona and Cal Poly Pomona). 2) DVD-R of Fox Pomona, “A Living History Documentary, Disc 1” (Note: The DVD is a short documentary about the history of the Pomona Fox and the restoration process. Also includes interviews of past theater patrons) 3) Nine color Flyers for the “Friends of the Pomona Fox Presents Fox First Night, Sneak Preview Fundraiser” 4) Program for “Fox, First Night, Sneak Preview Fundraiser” 5) Magazine of Inland Living West edition April 2009, (Focus on article: “Downtown Pomona’s Classic Beauty” by Suzanne Sproul pages 8-9) 6) Reprint of booklet, “Mt. San Antonio Historian,” Winter 1979 Volume XV-No.1 (Note: Reprinted by: Friends of the Pomona Fox for the ‘Fox First Night Gala’ April 18, 2009, with help from: The Historical Society of the Pomona Valley with Permission from: The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin) 7) Black and White Flyer for “Smogdance Film Festival” 8) Reprint of Progress Bulletin, Pomona, Cal., newspaper: Thursday Evening, April 23, 1931, Section Two, 8 pages, “Special Section Devoted to Fox Theater Opening.”(Note: Reprinted by: Friends of the Pomona Fox for the ‘Fox First Night Gala’ April 18, 2 , with help from: The Historical Society of the Pomona Valley with Permission from: The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin) 9) Inland Valley Daily Bulletin newspaper: Monday, April 20, 2009, section A, 16 pages, (Focus on “Opening Day, History Shines at Fox” by Monica Rodriguez on pages A1 and A5)