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Title

Visitors take a tour of Jerusalem House during an open-house for those living with AIDS, 1989

Subject

AIDS (Disease)
AIDS (Disease)--Patients--Housing
AIDS (Disease)--Patients
Housing

Description

Printed on assignment sheet: "Open house at Jerusalem House, the state's first home for people with AIDS. 1989-11-12. Photog: Dianne Laakso." Caption: "Visitors Sunday flock to Jerusalem House, a spacious Druid Hills home set up to offer a place for people with AIDS who would other wise have few options. November 13, 1989 JC."

Creator

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Publisher

Georgia State University Library

Date

1989-11-12

Contributor

Laakso, Diane

Rights

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Identifier

AJCP218-063a

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Citation

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Visitors take a tour of Jerusalem House during an open-house for those living with AIDS, 1989,” Georgia State University Library Exhibits, accessed December 8, 2021, https://exhibits.library.gsu.edu/current/items/show/3351.