Pamphlet -- Jerusalem House, "The Time Has Come...", 1989
Visitors take a tour of Jerusalem House during an open-house for those living with AIDS, 1989
Letter from Ann Slaughter, Executive Director of Jerusalem House thanking Andrew Wood of ACT UP for help with zoning approval for their care facility, 25 May 1989
Jerusalem House is Atlanta’s oldest and largest HIV/AIDS permanent supportive housing provider. Conceived of in 1988 and opened in 1989, it’s road to completion was not easy. Some local residents strongly and vocally opposed the facility. Others provided enthusiastic support.
Letter from James Allen to the Editors of the Atlanta Constitution describing the hardships of AIDS patients and the unsympathetic residents of Druid Hills towards them, 4 April 1989
Poster -- "Joining Hearts 18 Kaleidoscope is Proud to Donate 74000 to AID Atlanta and Jerusalem House, to date, Joining Hearts has donated Over 704,000 dollars to create a home, 2005
Letter to Walter Greer from James Allen, 26 February 1990
Evelyn Ullman, founding President of Jerusalem House, oversees recent renovations to the housing facility, May 1992