FORT LEE, N. J. -- Fort Lee's 100-year history as the birthplace of Fox Studio's filmmaking is on display through the end of the year at the Fort Lee Historical Society Museum.
Featuring archival photos and artifacts from the Fort Lee Film Commission, private collectors, and Fox News, the exhibit commemorates the 1915 opening of Fox Studios in Fort Lee. It follows Fox's history as it moves to Century City, Calif. through the present day.
Earlier in the year, the museum hosted a reception for the exhibit that included grandchildren of Fox Studio's founder William J. Fox, who was born in Fort Lee. For more details on the history and the exhibit, visit the museum's website or the Fort Lee Film Commission website .
Hours for the museum, 1589 Parker Ave., are 12-4 p.m. weekends and 7-9 p.m., Wednesdays, and also by appointment. For details, call (201)- 693-2763.
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