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  • “Birth of a Nation” Breaks All Records – (Photoplay, July 1924)
  • A Tribute To “The Birth Of A Nation” – By Rupert  Hughes (United Artists Pressbook, 1915)
  • A White Star – By Richard Dyer (Sight and Sound – Aug. 1993 BFI – GB)
  • Are the Stars Doomed? (Photoplay Magazine)
  • As a film historian \ I am very concerned about the current agitation at Bowling Green
  • Captain Billy’s Whiz Bang – 1921 (Way Down East)
  • Clansman’s Realism, Inspires Awe – Los Angeles Herald 1915
  • Eva Marie Saint cancels trip to BGSU
  • For me, Lillian Gish put BGSU on the map!
  • From Public Honor to Public Disgrace: A Chronology of the Tragic Fall of D. W. Griffith’s Reputation in the United States, 1975-2019 – By William M. Drew
  • Gish sisters are an important part of film history
  • Griffith and “The Birth of a Nation” – By William K. Everson (1978)
  • Griffith’s Picture (Orphans) Angers the French – Photoplay 1923
  • La Boheme – Romantic Drama – By Agnes Smith (MGM) – 1926
  • Lillian Gish – The Movies, Mr. Griffith, and Me (Review by ARTHUR MAYER, New York Times, 1969)
  • Lillian Gish’s Genius Will Outlast Ava DuVernay and the Canon Wreckers – By Armond White, June 2019
  • Lost Hollywood – By David Wallace – 2001
  • Picture-Play Magazine (June 1926) “La Boheme” – Sally Benson
  • Retain the name of The Gish Theater! Please sign the petition!
  • Seductive Cinema – The Art of Silent Film (By James Card – 1994)
  • STAR MAKER – The Story of D. W. Griffith (1959) by HOMER CROY
  • The Clansman is coming to Local Theater – 1916
  • The Gish Film Theater Saga
  • The REAL African people, members of Lillian Gish – Fan group
  • The Real Sirens of the Screen – By Agnes Smith (Photoplay September, 1926)
  • THE SILENT SCREEN – Richard Dyer MacCann
  • We need to remember the long-suppressed history of women including their pioneering contributions to cinema.
  • What Happened to Lillian Gish? By Frederick L. Collins – June 1933