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Yellow Bricks were created as memorials to those members of the community that we don't have a photograph so that their contribution is not forgotten.
The Palace Club was one of the original late night bottle clubs located at 3400 S. Orange Blossom Trail. Bottle clubs usually opened after the bars…
Triangle was a monthly publication of GLCS of Central Florida Inc. from 1993-1995.
One day a photo album was donated to the museum that we later found out belonged to Rusti Fawcett. Rusti was not sure how it ended up with us (it had…
Ron Studdard has been a loyal patron of the Parliament House for over 40 years and was a founding member of AID Orlando.
Photographs in the collection where donated by Willie Tillmon (Geraldine Jones).
An AIDS monument was proposed for Lake Eola but it was vehemently opposed.
TheCenter has gone by many monikers since its inception. Starting with "The Center", then "GLCS" and eventually "LGBTQ+ Center" but its always been…
Gay Skate was held the 1st Monday of each month at Semoran Skateway. It was open to all ages.
GayEscape 1 and GayEscape 2 were two of the most successful fundraisers for GLCS of Central Florida. The money raised from the 2 SeaEscape charters…
AIDS Activists Jeffrey Gaul and Michael Pelkowski (d. 9/24/2009) had an annual Christmas fundraiser at their home to help PWA's in need.
First LGBT timeshare resort, the Gardens, opened in 2007 next to the Parliament House.
A Gay and Lesbian hotel located in Fort Lauderdale Beach during the eighties was a popular weekend getaway for Orlando gay community.