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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.
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
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
Music Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
1987
Scope and Content
Song titles include: Side A : 2-4-6-8 Motorway (Live) ; Side B : 1. 2.4.6.8. Motorway (Original) ; 2. Sing If You're Glad To Be Gay
Collection
Archives
Material Type
sound recording
Date Range
1987
Part Of
Music Collection
Item Number
1988-054/322S
Standard Number
Serial No. 12EM 28
Responsibility
artist/s, Tom Robinson Band
Publisher Series
EMI (label)
Physical Description
EP 45 RPM
Scope and Content
Song titles include: Side A : 2-4-6-8 Motorway (Live) ; Side B : 1. 2.4.6.8. Motorway (Original) ; 2. Sing If You're Glad To Be Gay
Storage Location
Box 11
Places
United Kingdom
Manufacturer / Distributor Notes
UK : EMI Records Ltd.
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
1988-054
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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Music Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
1977
Scope and Content
Song titles include: A Side : 2-4-6-8 Motorway ; B Side : I Shall Be Released ;
Collection
Archives
Material Type
sound recording
Date Range
1977
Part Of
Music Collection
Item Number
1989-160/05S
Standard Number
Serial No. 4533
Responsibility
artist/s, Tom Robinson Band
Publication
Capitol Records - EMI of Canada Ltd. [distributor]
Publisher Series
Harvest (label)
Physical Description
45 RPM 7"
Scope and Content
Song titles include: A Side : 2-4-6-8 Motorway ; B Side : I Shall Be Released ;
Notes
back cover has number for the Free George Ince campaign with picture
Storage Location
AV.5.3
Places
Canada
Ontario
Mississauga
Manufacturer / Distributor Notes
Mississauga, ON, Canada : Capital Records - EMI of Canada Ltd.
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
1989-160
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2am At The Torch Cafe

https://arquives.andornot.com/en/permalink/descriptions5729
Collection
Archives
Part Of
Music Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
2005
Scope and Content
Song titles include: 1. Calling You; 2. The Crying Game; 3. Here Comes The Rain Again; 4. Everybody Hurts; 5. Bang Bang; 6. Goodnight Moon; 7. Time After Time; 8. Constant Craving; 9. My Funny Valentine; 10. At Last; 11. Miss Celieès Blues;
Collection
Archives
Material Type
sound recording
Date Range
2005
Part Of
Music Collection
Item Number
2008-004/06S
Responsibility
artist/s, Serrafin
Publisher Series
Jerra Recordings (label)
Physical Description
CD
Scope and Content
Song titles include: 1. Calling You; 2. The Crying Game; 3. Here Comes The Rain Again; 4. Everybody Hurts; 5. Bang Bang; 6. Goodnight Moon; 7. Time After Time; 8. Constant Craving; 9. My Funny Valentine; 10. At Last; 11. Miss Celieès Blues;
Storage Location
AV.5.4
Places
Canada
Ontario
Toronto
Manufacturer / Distributor Notes
Toronto, ON Canada : Jerra Recordings
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2008-004
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2 Queens a King and a Drum Machine

https://arquives.andornot.com/en/permalink/descriptions5672
Collection
Archives
Part Of
Music Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
[1991?]
Scope and Content
Song titles include: Side 1 : Queernation ; Side 2 : Homophobia ;
Collection
Archives
Material Type
sound recording
Date Range
[1991?]
Part Of
Music Collection
Item Number
2010-036/01S
Standard Number
Serial No. WL-1
Responsibility
artist/s, 2 Queens A King And A Drum Machine
Physical Description
EP 45 RPM
Scope and Content
Song titles include: Side 1 : Queernation ; Side 2 : Homophobia ;
Notes
there is no manufacturer recorded. Serial number is taken from teh etch on the disc. see also 1994-051
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2010-036
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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Music Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
1976
Scope and Content
Song titles include: Side A : 1. I'm Late Again ; 2. Crystal Skies ; 3. First Unto This Country ; 4. Don't Put Her Down ; 5. Good Old Dora ; Side B : 1. Three Gypsies ; 2. Sacred River ; 3. She Said Sun ; 4. Desert Eyes ; 5. Scherazade's Llullaby ;
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Sound recording
Date Range
1976
Part Of
Music Collection
Item Number
1995-170/011S
Standard Number
Serial No. ST-WWE-81
Responsibility
artist/s, Culver, Casse
Publication
Olivia Records [distributor]
Publisher Series
Olivia (label)
Physical Description
LP 33 1/3 RPM
Scope and Content
Song titles include: Side A : 1. I'm Late Again ; 2. Crystal Skies ; 3. First Unto This Country ; 4. Don't Put Her Down ; 5. Good Old Dora ; Side B : 1. Three Gypsies ; 2. Sacred River ; 3. She Said Sun ; 4. Desert Eyes ; 5. Scherazade's Llullaby ;
Places
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Related Material
songsheet
Manufacturer / Distributor Notes
Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A. : Olivia Records
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
1995-170
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4th Annual Gay Conference, 1976

https://arquives.andornot.com/en/permalink/descriptions656
Collection
Archives
Part Of
Audio Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
September 5, 1976
Scope and Content
Panel on Women's Liberation and Gay Liberation, 4th Annual Gay Conference, 1976
Collection
Archives
Material Type
sound recording
Date Range
September 5, 1976
Part Of
Audio Collection
Publication
Toronto
Physical Description
Audio cassette
Scope and Content
Panel on Women's Liberation and Gay Liberation, 4th Annual Gay Conference, 1976
Notes
Accession number is unknown as of 2019-03-11. Update record if found.
Storage Location
6.0.4. Box 5
Places
Canada
Ontario
Toronto
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
2019-003
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