Gozzola – MPA Colour Album ResourcesHome Scholarship Archives Images Video Voices Sound About Resources Patty Gozzola Photographs Gozzola – Ponoka Album Gozzola – MPA Colour Album Gozzola – MPA Black/White Album Images Resources» Images» Patty Gozzola Photographs» Gozzola – MPA Colour Album» MPA – Colour Album, 1970s-1980s Patty Servant and Phil Pelzmar dressed up as Cleopatra and a Prince at MPA’s third anniversary party, October, 1974. Lanny Beckman and Jane Blackstock at MPA’s third anniversary party, October, 1974. Basil and Phil Pelzman at MPA’s third anniversary party, October, 1974. Dennis Blue and Joe (Mandy?) at MPA’s third anniversary party, October, 1974. One of MPA’s longest waged members, Jane Mullens was secretary from 1973 until 1981. Jane was known for her kindness: some members visited her daily. Unknown woman, Barb Bussigel, Doug Servant at play. A strong feminist in the group, Bussigel worked at various positions from 1972-174. Eve-Lynn Rubin was active in MPA in the early 1970s and a strong feminist voice in the group. Eve-Lynn Rubin was active in MPA in the early 1970s and a strong feminist voice in the group. A Lethbridge friend of Patty’s Arthur Girovinazzo brought expertise working with government to his MPA office coordinator job in the late 1970s and 1980s. He was active in Vancouver’s early gay rights movement. Dog Chicken Heart and MPA bookkeeper Jerry Walker, outside the 6th and Yew Drop-In. Working at MPA from 1971 to 1977, Walkers skills were key to MPA’s establishment. He died in 1981, aged 55. Phil Pelzman working on accessible suite for Geoff McMurchy at MPA Drop-In, late 1970s. Phil Pelzman and Tess. Pelzman was MPA Drop-In Coordinator in the early 1970s. Cathy Batten was an important member of the early MPA community, working as an organizer, researcher and writer from 1971 into the 1980s. Olaf Wirsching: an MPA photographer in the mid-1970s. Gary Barclay and Ron. Barclay was involved in the MPA in the early 1970s. Dick Woodsworth was active in MPA in the early 1970s, as coordinator of the West-End residence and in MPA’s 1973 “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” production. Kevin Topalian was involved in MPA in the mid-1970s. J.C. Filion was Drop-In Coordinator at MPA in 1978 and 1983. Will and Jamie (Dee Dee) Smith. Dee Dee was West 11th Residence coordinator in 1973. An early gay activist, Arthur Girovinazzo brought expertise working with government to his MPA office coordinator job in the late 1970s and 1980s. Fran Phillips was a former public health nurse who worked at MPA from 1972 to 1979, primarily as coordinator at East 21st and East 33rd Residences. Nancy Smith, resident and coordinator for West 3rd residence in the mid-1970s, and Nancy Marsden, Drop-In coordinator and in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest cast. Karen Khan, Nancy Marsden and Patty. From top left: Mo Elwood, Fran Phillips, Nancy Smith, Charlene Gardner, Karen Khan, Nancy Marsden. Gardner worked on the Phoenix Apartment project of the early 1980s. Elwood was East 33rd Residence coordinator in the late 1970s. Patty and Mo Elwood outside Army and Navy Department Store, Vancouver. Barry Coull and Patty at a wedding in the 1980s. An active ally, Coull began volunteering at MPA in 1971 and worked at various admin jobs until the late 1970s. Tim Isaac was involved with MPA in the 1980s, serving on the MPA Apartment building committee.