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Title

Evelyn Ullman, founding President of Jerusalem House, oversees recent renovations to the housing facility, 1992

Subject

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

Description

Printed on assignment sheet: "831 Briarcliff Road. Idea: Jerusalem house, the city's first real home for AIDS patients has just been renovated and enlarged to accommodate 23 adults with AIDS, the after a long and successful campaign to win approval of the neighbors. Evelyn Ullman, founding president and fundraising chair of Jersualem House can be photographed on the grounds as she meets with a man who donated an arbor. Caption: Evelyn Ullman, founding president and fundraiser chair of Jerusalem House, tours the nearly completed facility Monday morning." Caption: "Evelyn Ullman used fund-raising talents to help Jerusalem house. Saturday May 30, 1992."

Creator

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Date

1992-05-25

Rights

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Identifier

AJCP218-063d

Files

Citation

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Evelyn Ullman, founding President of Jerusalem House, oversees recent renovations to the housing facility, 1992,” Georgia State University Library Exhibits, accessed November 27, 2021, https://exhibits.library.gsu.edu/current/items/show/3352.