The Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation photographs span the 1990s-2012 and encompass 257 linear
feet. The collection consists of photographic prints, digital prints, slides, and negatives of motion
picture production photographs.
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation is an American film studio. The company was formed in 1935, as
the result of a merger between Fox Film Corporation, founded by William Fox in 1915, and Twentieth
Century Pictures, begun in 1933. The studio, located in Los Angeles, is a subsidiary of News Corporation,
the media conglomerate controlled by Rupert Murdoch.
257 linear feet of photographs.
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