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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Foolscap Gay Oral History Project fonds
Description Level
Item
Date Range
20-3-1983
Scope and Content
Transcript available; see F0083-03-004 Transcript of Interview with Elgin Blair and Richard Brown In this oral history interview Elgin Blair and Richard Brown discuss their lives in Toronto as gay men. The interview begins with Elgin (58 years old) commenting on his coming out experience, his purit…
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Sound recording
Date Range
20-3-1983
Part Of
Foolscap Gay Oral History Project fonds
Fonds Number
F0083
Series Number
2
File Number
F0083-02-018
Item Number
2016-034/006
Digitized Media Type
WAV file
Physical Condition
good
Scope and Content
Transcript available; see F0083-03-004 Transcript of Interview with Elgin Blair and Richard Brown In this oral history interview Elgin Blair and Richard Brown discuss their lives in Toronto as gay men. The interview begins with Elgin (58 years old) commenting on his coming out experience, his puritanical upbringing, his struggle to accept his homosexuality, time in service during the war, radical consciousness, and his work in the Unitarian gay caucus. Other topics include gay social structure in Toronto in the 1950s, gay bars, and Elgin’s involvement in the gay liberation movement and gay organizations such as CHAT, The Body Politic, Older Gay Association, and the Gays and Lesbians against Disarmament (GLAD), as well as in the CCF. Elgin also discusses how bars and pubs, and the people who met there, were instrumental in his coping with depression and sexual orientation. Richard Brown joins the conversation in the second half of the interview. He discusses the important role of gay business like bars and baths in the building of the gay community. He also comments on his personal life, growing up, coming out experience, and involvement in Lambda. Dates and locations discussed: Toronto, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
Access Restrictions
N/A
Location - Original
Digital copy and original audio cassette. Original cassette tape located in A/V room.
Description Level
Item
Less detail
Collection
Archives
Part Of
Foolscap Gay Oral History Project fonds
Description Level
Item
Date Range
20-3-1983
Scope and Content
Transcript available; see F0083-03-004 Transcript of Interview with Elgin Blair and Richard Brown. In this oral history interview Elgin Blair and Richard Brown discuss their lives in Toronto as gay men. The interview begins with Elgin (58 years old) commenting on his coming out experience, his puri…
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Sound recording
Date Range
20-3-1983
Part Of
Foolscap Gay Oral History Project fonds
Fonds Number
F0083
Series Number
2
File Number
F0083-02-018
Item Number
2016-034/006
Digitized Media Type
WAV file
Physical Condition
audio is okay
Scope and Content
Transcript available; see F0083-03-004 Transcript of Interview with Elgin Blair and Richard Brown. In this oral history interview Elgin Blair and Richard Brown discuss their lives in Toronto as gay men. The interview begins with Elgin (58 years old) commenting on his coming out experience, his puritanical upbringing, his struggle to accept his homosexuality, time in service during the war, radical consciousness, and his work in the Unitarian gay caucus. Other topics include gay social structure in Toronto in the 1950s, gay bars, and Elgin’s involvement in the gay liberation movement and gay organizations such as CHAT, The Body Politic, Older Gay Association, and the Gays and Lesbians against Disarmament (GLAD), as well as in the CCF. Elgin also discusses how bars and pubs, and the people who met there, were instrumental in his coping with depression and sexual orientation. Richard Brown joins the conversation in the second half of the interview. He discusses the important role of gay business like bars and baths in the building of the gay community. He also comments on his personal life, growing up, coming out experience, and involvement in Lambda. Dates and locations discussed: Toronto, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
Access Restrictions
N/A
Location - Original
Digital copy and original audio cassette. Original cassette tape located in A/V room.
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Item
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Collection
Vertical Files
Material Type
Organization files
Collection
Vertical Files
Material Type
Organization files
Alternative Name
Rock Bottom Grill
Address
Dalhousie
City
Ottawa
Province / State
ON
Country
Canada
Coverage
Canada / US
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Collection
Vertical Files
Material Type
Event files
Collection
Vertical Files
Material Type
Event files
Alternative Name
Community, Cops, Consensual Sex: Are We Under Attack
City
Toronto
Province / State
ON
Country
Canada
Coverage
Canada / US
Notes
Forum - public sex
Bijou
Description Level
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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Foolscap Gay Oral History Project fonds
Description Level
Item
Date Range
20-3-1983
Scope and Content
Transcript available; see F0083-03-004 Transcript of Interview with Elgin Blair and Richard Brown In this oral history interview Elgin Blair and Richard Brown discuss their lives in Toronto as gay men. The interview begins with Elgin (58 years old) commenting on his coming out experience, his puri…
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Sound recording
Date Range
20-3-1983
Part Of
Foolscap Gay Oral History Project fonds
Fonds Number
F0083
Series Number
2
File Number
F0083-02-018
Item Number
2016-034/006
Digitized Media Type
WAV file
Physical Condition
good
Scope and Content
Transcript available; see F0083-03-004 Transcript of Interview with Elgin Blair and Richard Brown In this oral history interview Elgin Blair and Richard Brown discuss their lives in Toronto as gay men. The interview begins with Elgin (58 years old) commenting on his coming out experience, his puritanical upbringing, his struggle to accept his homosexuality, time in service during the war, radical consciousness, and his work in the Unitarian gay caucus. Other topics include gay social structure in Toronto in the 1950s, gay bars, and Elgin’s involvement in the gay liberation movement and gay organizations such as CHAT, The Body Politic, Older Gay Association, and the Gays and Lesbians against Disarmament (GLAD), as well as in the CCF. Elgin also discusses how bars and pubs, and the people who met there, were instrumental in his coping with depression and sexual orientation. Richard Brown joins the conversation in the second half of the interview. He discusses the important role of gay business like bars and baths in the building of the gay community. He also comments on his personal life, growing up, coming out experience, and involvement in Lambda. Dates and locations discussed: Toronto, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
Location - Original
Digital copy and original audio cassette. Original cassette tape located in A/V room.
Description Level
Item
Less detail
Collection
Archives
Part Of
Foolscap Gay Oral History Project fonds
Description Level
Item
Date Range
20-3-1983
Scope and Content
Transcript available; see F0083-03-004 Transcript of Interview with Elgin Blair and Richard Brown. In this oral history interview Elgin Blair and Richard Brown discuss their lives in Toronto as gay men. The interview begins with Elgin (58 years old) commenting on his coming out experience, his pur…
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Sound recording
Date Range
20-3-1983
Part Of
Foolscap Gay Oral History Project fonds
Fonds Number
F0083
Series Number
2
File Number
F0083-02-018
Item Number
2016-034/006
Digitized Media Type
WAV file
Physical Condition
audio is okay
Scope and Content
Transcript available; see F0083-03-004 Transcript of Interview with Elgin Blair and Richard Brown. In this oral history interview Elgin Blair and Richard Brown discuss their lives in Toronto as gay men. The interview begins with Elgin (58 years old) commenting on his coming out experience, his puritanical upbringing, his struggle to accept his homosexuality, time in service during the war, radical consciousness, and his work in the Unitarian gay caucus. Other topics include gay social structure in Toronto in the 1950s, gay bars, and Elgin’s involvement in the gay liberation movement and gay organizations such as CHAT, The Body Politic, Older Gay Association, and the Gays and Lesbians against Disarmament (GLAD), as well as in the CCF. Elgin also discusses how bars and pubs, and the people who met there, were instrumental in his coping with depression and sexual orientation. Richard Brown joins the conversation in the second half of the interview. He discusses the important role of gay business like bars and baths in the building of the gay community. He also comments on his personal life, growing up, coming out experience, and involvement in Lambda. Dates and locations discussed: Toronto, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
Location - Original
Digital copy and original audio cassette. Original cassette tape located in A/V room.
Description Level
Item
Less detail
Collection
Archives
Part Of
Eric Turner fonds
Description Level
File
Date Range
[196-?]
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Graphic material
Date Range
[196-?]
Part Of
Eric Turner fonds
Fonds Number
F0123
Series Number
01
File Number
F0123-01-101
Physical Description
1 3.5x3.5" black and white photo
Storage Location
Box 2
Description Level
File
Accession Number
2013-035
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