We're in a fortunate position here to have had access to information about the goings on behind the scenes on Thomas, have a read at these Elliot poses with the crew for a photo! We at the studios at He was the same guy who helped us organise my visit.
And others are quite sordid. Then there are those.
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But many are open books. Why We Need a History The history of any organization resides in its members. This is all the more so with voluntary organizations.
However, with the passage of time, individuals with knowledge of the organization moved on for one reason or another, leading to a loss of its history.
Mature Friends has been an organization for older gay men and women for many years, but has not made any concerted effort to record its history. Gay studies is increasingly becoming a legitimate academic pursuit, so for an organization to be included in the development of gay culture, it is incumbent to document its activities in a form and place that will be accessible to future historians.
So, in Junethe Board of Mature Friends established a History Committee and allocated funding to gather and document the early history of Mature Friends. A group of volunteers gathered together to decide upon the operation of the committee — how it will gather its information and how it will make available its findings in a form and place accessible to future scholars and laymen.
The committee decided to obtain oral histories from as many of the founding and early members as could be identified and assembled. A set of questions covering important topics that each of the interviewees should address was compiled. Each interview session was recorded on tape and later transcribed.
For this task, the committee was fortunate in having the services and cooperation of Ruth Pettis of the Seattle Gay History Project. Library will be the final repository of the information collected and the final report, as well as ancillary documents.
The committee interviewed ten persons who were founding members or were members at an early stage of the club. The interviews were conducted in an informal setting, with the interviewee free to recall his or her early experiences with the club.
Committee members in attendance were free to interject, to comment on, amplify and in some instances correct statements that were made. It was apparent at this stage, some 16 — 18 years after the founding of the club, that memories were a little hazy.
Fortunately, the club has an extensive archive of materials which was an invaluable resource in the preparation of this report.
The list of committee members, questions asked of the interviewees, and individuals interviewed are listed in the appendixes, which are not published here. So, grab your favorite snack, and pull your chair closer to the computer.
Relax and enjoy an overview of how this unique group formed and how it became the large, multifaceted social group we have today, with over members. John had not intended to found a new organization, but had preferred to work with existing organizations. John was interested in having an organization as a safe place where men and women of the community can come together.
John enthusiastically helped plan the party, and in the end, did the decorations with fresh greens, provided red table cloths and a program.
Officers, Name, and Purpose John still felt a need for an organization where older gays and lesbians, those over 50 years of age, could meet socially in a safe environment. A safe environment meant a non-bar environment, in as much as these were older people for whom the bar scene was not a good place to meet others in a similar age range.
In addition, John himself had recovered from alcoholism, so bars were not a good environment for him.On Wednesday, 8th June , I visited the Sound Company in Gosfield Street, London for my 18 th Birthday. I was there to attend an actual recording session of Thomas & Friends and to see how they do the voice recording on the CGI Series.
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