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Thomas Mayer papers
1998-40  
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Description
The Thomas Mayer papers document the Friends of 1800’s successful campaign to convince the board of the Community Center Project (CCP) to preserve the Fallon Building – a Victorian building at 1800 Market Street – and incorporate it into the design of the future LGBT Community Center. The collection includes materials related both to the Friends and to Mayer, who was one of the organizers of the Friends and a former co-owner of the Roxie Cinema in the Mission District.
Background
The Thomas Mayer papers document the Friends of 1800’s successful campaign to convince the board of the Community Center Project (CCP) to preserve the Fallon Building – a Victorian building at 1800 Market Street – and incorporate it into the design of the future LGBT Community Center. Mayer was one of the organizers of the Friends and a former co-owner of the Roxie Cinema in the Mission District.
Extent
5 linear feet (three cartons, one medium oversize box, and a painting)
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Availability
Collection is open for research.