Fox, Frank

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FOX, Frank

FOX, Frank. American (born Poland), b. 1923. Genres: History. Career: Professor of history, nonfiction writer, editor, and translator. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, teacher, 1963-67; West Chester University, West Chester, PA, professor, 1967-89; occasional classes taught at University of Delaware, Newark, and St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA. Lecturer and speaker. Curator of Polish poster and film poster exhibits throughout the US. Interviewed on radio and television. Author, with S. Parker, of a series of articles on Watergate published in New York magazine, 1974-75; author of a series of articles on Polish art and culture. Publications: (ed. and trans.) C. Perechodnik, Am I a Murderer? Testament of a Jewish Ghetto Policeman (memoir), 1996; Polish Posters: Combat on Paper, 1960-1990 (exhibit catalog), 1996; God's Eye: Aerial Photography and the Katyn Forest Massacre, 1999. Contributor of history articles to periodicals. Address: 51 Merbrook Ln, Merion, PA 19066, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]