Tom Mix (1880-1940) was one of the biggest stars of the silver screen in post World War I. In 1917, he signed with up-and-coming film director William Fox, who had acquired the Edendale Studios on the east edge of Silver Lake. Mix produced his own films under Fox, acquiring adjoining parcels of land; the special studio lot covered twelve acres and became known as ‘Mixville’; a miniature western town. In 1918, Mix lived in this Craftsman bungalow located at 1614 Golden Gate Avenue.
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- 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, July 27, 2017 – Silver Lake History Explored: Book Talk at Whittier Public Library
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