Last Call for Holiday Bar My Memory, Bill Flint


Last Call for Holiday Bar My Memory, Bill Flint


Holiday Bar
Bar ephemera


"Last Call for Holiday Bar" notecard from Holiday Bar's farewell party.


Bill Flint


Chuck Tierney


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8.5 inches x 11 inches




Last Call for Holiday My Memory: "There is no way I have enough time to write of all the good times I'e had at the Holiday. It all began in or about 1974 - since tha time I've met a lot of people and have done a lot of people. I thank the Holiday for meeting some of the best gay friends I hav ever known. It was always a place ot celebrate holiday's and birthdays. I'll always remember the old pig room, meeting a great man David who died fo aid's [sic]. The bartenders who always were Jovial and would always play along when you were tyring to pick up a new tirck. I've had a long history with this bar and will never forget when it was 6 or 8 deep to get a drink but it was worht every minute. This was one bar that even though it never had a dance floor, you always had a great time. Music was everywhere and so was the party. It was truly a holiday when you came through the door. Bill Flint, thanks for the fun."

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Series 5: Last Call for Holiday Bar Memorabilia


Bill Flint, “Last Call for Holiday Bar My Memory, Bill Flint,” PQHP Online Archives, accessed July 21, 2024,
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