Bagley, Bill: Moscone's style and attitude
Bill Bagley: George was a people person as far as I… Not just convivial, but classy, a classy participant. Participated in life. Loved life. You'd see him out at night, again, at these various gatherings. From a small little dinner at Frank Fats to the Torch Club, which was an old bar, just disheveled bar the guys used to go to after a while, just to get together. And you would see George out, as was I, but not all the members. Some of them stayed home and read the bills. I'm joking. But he was a participant, George was a participant.
The Moscone oral history interviews are part of the George Moscone Collection, MSS 328.
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Bagley, Bill, "Bagley, Bill: Moscone's style and attitude" (2011). Moscone Oral Histories. 209.