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Ron Graham's

Item is a photograph showing performers and some audience members on the lawn of the former home of F. Ronald Graham at 6101 NW Marine, now known as Graham House belonging to Green College, UBC.

The 23rd annual King and Queen of Hearts ball : my haunted valentine : an evening of dead legends

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of "The 23rd Annual King & Queen of Hearts Ball, My Haunted Valentine: An Evening of Dead Legends."

Contents index:
(02:15) Vivian Von Brokenhymen and Robyn Graves - first set MCs
(06:25) Knights of Malta - flags
(07:00) Sharon - American national anthem
(09:30) Jeff - Canadian national anthem
(15:30) [Stuart B.] - song
(20:20) [Anastacia] - song
(24:10) Riley - song
(31:45) Vicki - song
(36:40) Martin Rudy- song
(43:40) Betty and Lulu - second set MCs
(49:45) [Hedy L'amour] - song
(56:20) Jeff - song
(1:01:05) Aliyah Ice - song
(1:06:25) Queen of Hearts XXI and Brad Atkins - song
(1:15:40) Larry Gordon - song
(1:25:00) Beverly X -song
(1:29:30) Jessica and Little Joe - Crystal Heart Award presentation
(1:32:50) Jaylene - song
(1:36:00) Bruce - song
(1:43:00) Carlotta Gurl and Mandy Kamp - third set MCs
(1:46:20) Rochelle Rhinestone - song
(1:51:10) Pussy Willow - song
(1:58:10) Milan - song
(2:03:20) Little Joe - song
(2:10:15) Little Joe - song
(2:14:50) Jessica - song

Amazing Video Productions

Sheet G : Trafalgar Street to Granville Street and Sixteenth Avenue to Nanton Avenue

Item is a section showing the area from Trafalgar Street to Granville Street and Sixteenth Avenue to Nanton Avenue. Includes streets and roads; blocks, lots and legal descriptions; and parks, schools, railway lines and golf courses.

Vancouver (B.C.). Office of the City Engineer

Prism #3

Item is a videocassette containing four episodes of the television news program Prism from 1991 and 1992.

The first episode of Prism is from 1992 (00:00-29:39). Prism reports on location at the Second Annual Stonewall Pride Festival at Sunset Beach and the 5th Annual Two-Spirited Gathering held in Goldbridge, BC. Ian Pringle is interviewed about Outrights: Second Pan-Canadian Conference on Lesbian & Gay Rights held in downtown Vancouver in 1992. Spokesmen for the Primetimers and Squares Across the Border are interviewed. John Elderidge of the Community Safety Program is interviewed regarding violence against gay men. Malcolm Crane of the Pride Community Foundation is interviewed. A Constable of the Vancouver City Police is interviewed.

The second episode of Prism is from 1991 (29:46-55:33). Individuals at the Stonewall Festival in Nelson Park and the vice-chair of the Gay and Lesbian Centre are interviewed about Stonewall history and diversity. The Cowbells and a jeweler are interviewed at the Stonewall festival. Doug Sanders discusses Vancouver in 1969. "Sybil" [Sybel] Thrasher is filmed performing and an Out and About club member is interviewed.

In the third PRISM episode, filmmaker Lorna Bochsman is interviewed about her work. Malcolm Crane of the Pride Community Foundation is interviewed about the history of the Vancouver Pride festival. Gerry Kowalenko reviews two films, Poison and Paris is Burning.

The fourth PRISM episode begins and ends with footage of the Vancouver Pride Parade. It features an interview with Rick Waynes for the Persons with Aids Society about Walk for AIDS.

Steve Rosell, special asst. to Robert Andras, 1970-1972 [interview]

Item part is a recording of Steve Rosell, who served as special assistant to Canadian politician Robert Andras from 1970 to 1972, as he responds to written questions about the Strathcona Property Owners and Tenants Association, urban planning, policies, and the surrounding politics. The opening of the tape contains clips from "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" (Clark Gesner); Steve Rosell begins addressing questions at the 6 min., 25 sec. mark as classical music plays in the background. After Rosell finishes with the questions, the song "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" (Simon & Garfunkel) plays. From the 37 min., 57 sec. mark to the end of the tape is silent.

B.D. Hovel acoustic set - June 22, 1975

Item part is an audio recording of a portion of a live concert by Brain Damage at The Hovel in Edmonton (Alta.). The recording is of an acoustic set including electric, acoustic, and a capella instrumentation. The song list includes Rivers of Babylon (The Melodians), Superstar, Ridgerunner, Talk to Yourself, and Moon Reflects the Sun. Applause, song commentary, and stage banter are also audible. From 35:45, the songs Party of Special Things to Do, Same Old Blues, and Observatory Crest from Captain Beefheart's "Bluejeans & Moonbeams" is recorded. Ends abruptly at end of tape.

Brain Damage

V.R.B. dead or alive?

Item is a Channel 10 documentary about the Vancouver Resources Board (VRB) and Bill 65, which would abolish the VRB. The intention of the program is to save the VRB. David Schrek, regional manager of the VRB, describes the board's services, as well as tho

Aerial photo, vertical, Marpole and junction of Fraser River, Bridgeport

Item is a photograph of Marpole and northern Richmond, looking north. The area photographed centres on the fork of the Fraser River at Sea Island, and runs from W 67th Avenue to Cambie Rd., and from the western most tip of Richmond Island to the west tip of Mitchell Island. Includes the Marpole Bridge and both Oak Street and Moray bridges under construction.

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