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According to "[[It's Federation Day!]]", a [[newspaper]] article created as background material for {{film|7}}, '''Thomas Vanderbilt''' was the [[ambassador]] for [[United Earth]] at the [[Federation Charter]] [[Federation Founding Ceremony|signing ceremony]], and was appointed the first [[Federation President|President of the United Federation of Planets]] on [[October|October 11]], [[2161]]. The clipping quoted Vanderbilt as saying, "''We are truly entering a brave new world of peace, exploration, and security with the establishment of this [[Federation]].''"
 
According to "[[It's Federation Day!]]", a [[newspaper]] article created as background material for {{film|7}}, '''Thomas Vanderbilt''' was the [[ambassador]] for [[United Earth]] at the [[Federation Charter]] [[Federation Founding Ceremony|signing ceremony]], and was appointed the first [[Federation President|President of the United Federation of Planets]] on [[October|October 11]], [[2161]]. The clipping quoted Vanderbilt as saying, "''We are truly entering a brave new world of peace, exploration, and security with the establishment of this [[Federation]].''"
   
Although the article containing this information was present within the [[Picard family album]] during filming on ''Generations'', neither the character of Thomas Vanderbilt nor the rest of the article is considered [[canon]], because the article was never seen on-screen.
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Although the article containing this information was present within the [[Picard family album]] during filming on ''Generations'', neither the name "Thomas Vanderbilt" nor the rest of the article is considered [[canon]], because the article was never seen on-screen.
   
 
In reality, the name "Thomas Vanderbilt" was thought up by [[Larry Nemecek]]. He chose the name in honor of his father. {{youtube|type=v|Qdyn325x99c}}
 
In reality, the name "Thomas Vanderbilt" was thought up by [[Larry Nemecek]]. He chose the name in honor of his father. {{youtube|type=v|Qdyn325x99c}}
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