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Tucson Gay Lesbian Bisexual Queer LGBTQ Museum®© Acknowledgements & Contributors

THE   TUCSON   GAY    LESBIAN    BISEXUAL    TRANSGENDER    QUEER    LGBTQ    MUSEUM    IS    DEDICATED    TO    ALL   THOSE   OF   THE   TUCSON    GAY   LESBIAN   BISEXUAL   TRANSGENDER   QUEER    COMMUNITY   THAT   HAVE   COME    BEFORE ......   ARE   HERE   NOW ......  AND  WHO  WILL TAKE   OUR   PLACES   IN   THE   FUTURE   OF   TUCSON    ARIZONA    U.S.A ......

 Tucson Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Queer LGBTQ Museum Acknowledgements & Contributors Collection - ©Tucson Gay Museum - All Rights Reserved

'A Look Back At .....Where We Have Been.....Where We Are ..... And,  Where We Are Going'

 

 

The Tucson Gay Bisexual Lesbian Transgender Queer LGBTQ Museum is dedicated to all those of the Tucson Gay Bisexual Lesbian Transgender Queer LGBTQ Community that have come before, are here now, and will take our places in the future of Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.

 

The Tucson Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Queer Museum®© expresses its perpetual gratitude to the many organizations and individuals who have and or continue to assist, advise, make available, provide(d) services, provided interviews, donated collections, and or share(d) articles, photo's, videos, memorabilia, archives, collections, artifacts, memorabilia, technology, and other items. Many heartfelt thanks to, The Library of Congress, National Archives, United States Navy, The Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation, U.S. Army, Smithsonian, San Francisco GLBT Museum, United States Air Force, Getty Museum, the Harvey Milk Collection, Archivo Histórico Nacional-Spain, Tucson Trust, Arizona Historical Society, Archivo General de la Nación-Mexico, The New Paper, Arizona Pioneers Society, Tucson Historical Society, Seattle Gay News, Look Magazine, Wikipedia,Tucson LGBT Historical Society, Puerto Peñasco Chamber of Commerce, State of Arizona Archives - Phoenix, Arizona Gay Newsletter, Pima County Library, Office Max, Pima County Law Library, Tucson GLBT Chamber of Commerce, Catholic Diocese of Tucson, Tucson Observer, Clarion, Tombstone Epitaph, Vector, New York Times, National Weather Service, Pride of Arizona, National Women's History Museum, The Post, Office of the Surgeon General, Movietone News, Harvey Milk, Arizona State Museum,Old Pueblo Trust, Gibson's Office Supply, University of Arizona Library, Jonathan Marks Foundation, Tucson Shanti Foundation, Federal Bureau of Investigations, City of Tucson, I.A.T.S.E. Local 415M, Beth, Tucson LGBTQ Historical Society, Central Intelligence Agency, Old Tucson Studios, Jack Stockslager, Wingspan, University Of Arizona Law Library, Hohokam Indians of the Tucson Basin, Microsoft Corporation, Los Angeles Times, Tucson Gas & Electric Company Archives, Police Chief Magazine, Tucson Knight Owls, Tucson Water of Life Metropolitan Church, Public Broadcasting Service, Margo Leigh, San Xavier del Bac Mission Archives, Tucson Citizen, Kreiss Trust, Moose,Tucson Gay News, Arizona Cine, Center For Disease Control, Davis-Monthan Field Register, Ma Finley, American Broadcasting Corporation, Monte-Jon Gilmer, Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control, Flo, City of Tucson Archives, Pima County Recorders Office, Bill Morrow, Speedway Studio, Tucson Histories & Mysteries, Daily Wildcat, Skeeter, The Loft Cinema, Evon Photography, Center For Desert Archaeology, Beacon Foundation, University of Arizona Special Collections, Gary Neil Clark, Tucson Gay Historical Society, Facebook, Peg Price, Andy Warhol Museum, Tucson Weekly, Cindy, Ernie Perez, Columbia Broadcasting System, Cornerstone Church, National Archives and Records Administration, Tucson Aids Project, You Tube, Desert Magazine, Bookmans Tucson, Maurice Grossman, National Broadcasting Corporation, Fausto, The Walker Estate, Phoenix LGBT Museum, Arizona Daily Star, Wayne Blankenship, Old Pueblo Archeology, Evergreen Cemetery, Tucson LGBT Magazine, Sisters of Sonora, Tucson Gay News, Pima County Court System, Journal Of Arizona History, Western Express, Desert Leathermen, Happy Days, POZ Magazine, Life Magazine, Jerry Curl Memorial Foundation, Candi Trowbridge, Phoenix Gay Museum, 1 In 10, EON Youth Group, Snap-It Photography & Video, Steve Risley, Partners, the Colorado Kid, Armory Park Historical Archives, Lance Penny, The Garcia Estate, Tucson Insiders, Puppet Muzik, Tony Bucci, Newsweek Magazine, William 'Bill' F. Finley, Terry Blue Productions Studios, Pueblo Studios, Rene, George Rederus, Robert "Bob" Ellis, So Fonda Cox, John Hasse, U.S. Census Bureau, Michael Bennett, Wall Street Journal, Vanna, Professor Douglas Nielson, Rage Monthly Magazine, Pima County Sheriffs Department, Steve Hall, Bella Azbug Library, Doc Hayes, Gertrude Stein Collection, Dr. Eleazar Garcia M.D., Stonewall National Museum & Archives, Jose Salcedo, Don Stewart, Les Elliot, Victor, James Gordon, Arizona Archeological and Historical Society, Jack, Mendoza Trust, Beyond Video, Foothills Self Storage, Paul, State of Sonora Mexico, Margo Leigh, Romero Ruins Archives, Dennis Davis Memorial Foundation, Wild Billy D, Mamma Reyna, National Park Service, Fort Lowell Military Archives, Mayor Robert Miller, Mark D., Mendez Collection, Roberto, Out History, Marcy S., Office Max, The Directory, Larry C., Hoover Library, Ray Red Spider, Ernie Freuler, Oscar Jiménez, Ricky B., Mr. Cool, Stan (Stan The Man) Phalp, Mandy Bartow, Kevin R., OUTWEST TV Tucson, Carl W., Access Tucson, EMI Music, Tucson Tilly, Casa De Los Niños, Congressman Ron Barber, Rainbow Marriage, Office Max, Kathy G., Larry Moore, Ivory Johnson, Spain S., Mrs. Loretta Wilson Foundation,The Conway Estate, Samantha Gardner, Steve Quintanilla, DJ Raynman, Briones Estate, Lucinda Holiday, Mary C., Victor Mendivil, Professor 'A', Phil, Bobbi S., Dinah Frost, Madera Designs, Luis  Castañeda-Christina De Alexis, Jessie C., Scott Blades, TIHAN, David Zinke, Alex Lopez, Dr. Johnny, Paco Valez, Puertas Abiertas, William 'Billy' Cronce, Louis Carlos Greer, Critt Crimson, Dora, Carla Maldenado, Abraham Solvink, Southern Desert Historical Trust, Marty 'Martin' Valerian, Dave Miller, Jonathan W., Mickey Gillis, Dee Salazar, Michelle Edgeworth, Marty, Derek Rowland, Dave 'Davey' Miller, Danielle 'Dani' Rowland, Conner 'Slinky' Bolen, Joseph Manzanedo, Lupita Miller, Cameron Johnson, Anna Miller, Mia Techau, Michelle 'Brianna' Miller, Juan Malaga, Les Gramble, Dottie Anderson, Mrs. B. Sanders, The Everson Estate, Kyle Franks, Ivory Bagdasarian, Dan Markil, countless others who wished to remain anonymous, and literally hundreds of others both past and present who have made this historical effort possible. 

 





Tucson Gay Museum Founders
The Final Reunion Of The Boys

In Memory of José, Butch, Richard, Estevan, Carl, Aurelio, Jimmy, Lorenzo,

Dennis, Thomas, Pinky, Santos, Freddie, Quickie, and the Others ... R.I.P.


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This Museum is dedicated to all those of the Tucson Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Queer Community that have come before, are here now, and will take our places in the future of Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.