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Bill Bahlman Papers

Bill Bahlman was an activist with the Gay Activists Alliance (GAA) in the early 1970's. The Lavender Hill Mob grew out of other groups and activities within the gay community in the Fall of 1986. The philosophy of the "Mob" was liberationist. There was no official membership but a core group of founders and instigators who, as Bahlman put it, "know who we are Meetings were not closed but not announced. "We're trying to nudge the community toward a consciousness of gay liberation", quotes Marty Robinson, a Mob participant, "rather than the compromise of gay rights. Bill Bahlman

Bahlman was also a founding member of A.C.T.U.P. (AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power). The group was formed in March, 1987 to hold the government publicly accountable for its participation in the genocide of AIDS patients. The group created an informed public opinion.

 

Folders

Folder 1 LAVENDER HILL MOB - News Release and Flyer, 1987.

Folder 2 "MOB ZAPS GRANT" - Reprint, New York Native, 12/22/86.

Folder 3

a) Protest at St. Patrick's Cathedral against Arch-Bishop John O'Connor-by the Lavender Hill Mob, Announcement, November 2, 1986.

b) "BISHOP'S CONFERENCE MUM ON VATICAN LETTER, HUNTHAUSEN."- News article reprinted from the Washington Blade, November 14, 1986.

c) "THE LAVENDER HILL MOB ZAPS THE CARDINAL" - Reprint, New York Native, November 17, 1986.

Folder 4 "RIVER HOTEL NEGOTIATIONS FALTER" -News article reprinted from the New York Native, October 6, 1986.

Folder 5 "BRINGING BACK THE ZAP" - News article reprinted from the New York Native, December 22, 1986.

Folder 6 "Center For Disease Control to Throw out Civil Liberties." (Meeting held at the Marriott Marquis Room) Meeting Announcement, Flyer, 1986.

Folder 7 "Test Drugs, Not People" - Flyer, Announcement regarding a meeting of the Center For Disease Control at the Marriott Marquis Room, 1986.

Folder 8 "Hypocrisy And The Roman Catholic Church." Flyer, 1986.

Folder 9 "Real People, Real Lives" - Meeting announcement of the Lavender Hill Mob to rally againstSilence equals Death Archbishop John O'Connor, 1986.

Folder 10 "Real People, Real Lives" - Handout, Pro-Choice Demo, Bryant Park, New York City, January 1987.

Folder 11

a)"MASSIVE AIDS DEMONSTRATION" - Flyer, Announcement of a meeting on Wall Street at Trinity Church, Tuesday, March 24 at 7:00 A.M.

b) "Massive AIDS Demonstration" - Flyer, announcement of ACT UP (The AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power) meeting, Tuesday, March 31, 208 West 13th St.

c) "Massive AIDS Demonstration" - Flyer, announcement of a meeting at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center, 208 West 13th St., Thursday, March 19 at 7:30 P.M.

Folder 12 "Wall Street Chants" - Flyer, 1987.

Folder 13 "Donahue and AIDS Activists." Leaflet announcing talk show guests, Wednesday, April 1 (1987?)

Folder 14 "Demand That Your Tax Dollars Be Spent On AIDS Research!" Flyer, announcement of A.C.T.U.P., April 15 (1987?)

Folder 15

a) "Lavender Hill Mob Makes Bold New Proposal On Experimental Drugs." "Reagan Cabinet Officer Zapped by the Mob." Press Releases, April (1987?)

b) "Education Secretary Says 'Just Say No to Education'." Leaflet by the Lavender Hill Mob, Spring, (1987?)

c) "Test Drugs, Not People." Leaflet originally past out at a Center For Disease Control conference in Atlanta being utilized again for Congress, April (1987?)

Folder 16

a) " Institutional Stagnation Plus Prejudice Equals Death." Testimony of the Lavender Hill Mob entered into the Congressional Record, House Committee on Human Resources and Intergovernmental Operations, April 29, 1987.

b) "The Congress and the Senate Must Right The Wrong!" - Leaflet of the Lavender Hill Mob, Spring, 1987.

Folder 17 "Are You Now Or Have You Ever Been Seropositive?" Leaflet of the lavender Hill Mob denouncing Federal AIDS Testing. (Spring, 1987?)

Folder 18 "Reagan Administration Says: 'Just Say No To Education.'" Flyer, The Lavender Hill Mob. (Spring 1987).

Folder 19 The Lavender Hill News - Newsletter of the Lavender Hill Mob, May 1987.

Folder 20 "Stand For Medicine and Science." Flyer, Lavender Hill Mob, spring, 1987.

Folder 21 "National AIDS Demonstration at the White House." Flyer, A.C.T.U.P. (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power.), June 1, 1987.

Folder 22 "TEST DRUGS, NOT PEOPLE" "INSTITUTION STAGNATION PLUS PREJUDICE EQUALS DEATH." Flyer, Lavender Hill Mob, June 1987.

Folder 23 "AIDS POLITICS AND PREJUDICE." Flyer in English and Spanish, A.C.T.U.P., June 1987.

Folder 24 "IS THE GOVERNMENT PLAYING WITH POLITICS?" Flyer, Lavender Hill Mob and A.C.T.U.P., June (?), 1987

Folder 25 "THE GOVERNMENT'S REAL POLICY ON AIDS." Flyer, announcement, A.C.T.U.P., June 1987.

Folder 26 "MAKING MOB SCENES AND STREET THEATER." News Release, IN THESE TIMES, April 15-21, 1987.

Folder 27 "IF IT'S NOT MEDICINE, IT'S MURDER." Flyer, Lavender Hill Mob (June?), 1987.Bahlman Mob

Folder 28 "AIDS: POLITICS AND PREJUDICE." Flyer, Lavender Hill Mob, (June?), 1987.

Folder 29 "LA ADMINISTRACION REAGAN DICE" Flyer in Spanish by A.C.T. U.P., Spring, 1987?

Folder 30

a) "TO THE STAFF OF MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING AND OTHER AREA HOSPITALS." Flyer Follow-up to protest held at Memorial Hospital, spring, 1987.

b) "A FACT SHEET" Information on ATEUs (AIDS Treatment Evaluation Units) spring, 1987.

Folder 31 "AIDS AND AMERICA: A CASE STUDY IN DEMENTIA.": Flyer, Lavender Hill Mob, Spring (?), 1987

Folder 32

a) "ROBERTSON JOINS THE FRAY" News Release, The Washington Post, Friday, October 2, 1987.

b) "PAT ROBERTSON: HEALTH POLICY OF A LUNATIC." Announcement, A.C.T.U.P., Fall, 1987

Folder 33 "THE NIH AND AIDS - SO YOU THINK THEY ARE LOOKING FOR A CURE?" Fact Sheet, A.C.T.U.P., speaking against Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Robert Gallo - Interscience Conference of Microbial Agents and Chemotherapy - Marriott Marquis. (Fall, 1987?)

Folder 34

a) THE REAGAN AIDS STRATEGY IN RUINS" News Release, The New York Times, Sunday, October 11, 1987.

b) CAN THE WORLD RELY ON U.S. LEADERSHIP ON AIDS?" Fact Sheet, A.C.T.U.P., October 1987.

Folder 35 "AGITATE, EDUCATE, ORGANIZE" - Announcement, Registration Form To Attend Meeting Monday, October 12, 1987 at St. Aloysius Church. A.C.T. U.P.

Folder 36 "Secretary of Education William Bennett says 'Just say No to education'" Flyer, ACT UP, (1984 ?)

Folder 37

a) "AN APPEAL TO PEOPLE OF SCIENCE AND REASON." Flyer, Lambda Center of Dental Health. (Distributed by A.C.T.U.P. Fall, 1987?

b) "WHAT: AIDS DIE-IN DEMONSTRATION" "WHERE: New York City Department of Health and City Hall. Announcement, A.C.T.U.P., November 20, 1987.

c) "MONEY FOR AIDS" - Flyer, announcement of march on City Hall, December 1, 1987. A.C.T.U.P.

Folder 38 "What is the drug so useful that Frank Young dare not speak its name?" Fact Sheet on the FDA and the TREATMENT IND protocol. (IND = Investigational New Drug -extends a drug company's authority to test a new drug on humans.) Dec, 1987?

Folder 39 " FALSE HOPE: SMOKE AND MIRRORS FROM THE FDA News article reprinted from P I Perspective, October 1987.

Folder 40 "AIDS, DRUGS AND $$$$$" - Flyer addressing three-day meeting in New York City of the President's Commission on AIDS. A.C.T.U.P. Fall (?), 1987.

Folder 41 "A CALL FOR THE REMOVAL OF THE INTRAVENOUS PLACEBO IN THE IVIG TRIAL FOR HIV-INFECTED CHILDREN." (IVIG =Intravenous Immunoglobulin)I Fact sheet, A.C.T.U.P. Fall, 1987.

Folder 42 "WHAT DOES IMREG VALUE MORE?" Fact Sheet on experimental drug 'Imreg-1'and Treatment IND. By A.C.T.U.P. Winter (?), 1987.

Folder 43 "AIDS IN NEW YORK CITY." Fact Sheet from A.C.T.U.P. documenting city health Commissioner Stephen C. Joseph's failure to effectively deal with the AIDS epidemic. (1987)

Folder 44

a) "MARIO, YOUR 'FAMILY' HAS AIDS." Flyer, A.C.T. U.P.

b) "NBC POLICY ON AIDS: TO FRIGHTEN OR ENLIGHTEN?" Flyer, Announcement, A.C.T.U.P. Winter (?), 1987.

c) "ACT UP PRESENTS TEACH-IN ISSUES." Meeting announcement, A.C.T. U.P., July 1987.

Folder 45 'THE U.S. HEALTH SUMMIT ON HIV OFFERS NO HOPE FOR PEOPLE WITH AIDS." Flyer condemning the P H S (Public Health Service). A.C.T.U.P., 1988?

Folder 46 "The Lavender Hill News" - Blank Mock-up, Lavender Hill Mob, January 1, 1987.

Folder 47 'THE LAVENDER HILL NEWS PREMIER ISSUE - January 1, 1987, by the Lavender Hill Mob .

Folder 48 The Lavender Hill News, Issue No. 2, April 1987.

Folder 49 The Lavender Hill News - Paste-Up and Printed copies, Issue No. 3, May 1987.

Folder 50 "SUPPORT AIDS ACTIVISM!" "SUPPORT ACT UP!" Flyer, announcement, A.C.T.U.P., December 1987.

Folder 51 "SECRETARY OF EDUCATION WILLIAM BENNETT SAYS 'JUST SAY NO TO EDUCATION.'" Flyer, A.C.T.U.P., 1987.

Folder52

a) "WIDER USE OF EXPERIMENMTAL DRUG FOR AIDS AILMENT IS APPROVED." News article reprinted from the New York Times, Wednesday February 17, 1988.

b) "WHOSE PROTOCOL?" Reprinted from the Village Voice, February 23, 1988.

c) "U.S. TO ALLOW WIDER DISTRIBUTION USE OF WARNER-LAMBERT AIDS-RELATED DRUG." News article reprinted from the Wall Street Journal, Wednesday, February 17, 1988. A.C.T.U.P.

Folder 53 GAY PRIDE ISSUE- THE LAVENDER HILL NEWS, 1987.

Folder 54 Speech by Gary L. Bauer, Assistant to the President for Policy Development. The White House National Conference on HIV/AIDS. Hotel Washington, November 18, 1988. Reprinted by A.C.T.U.P.

Folder 55

a) THE U.S. HEALTH SUMMIT ON HIV OFFERS NO HOPE FOR PEOPLE WITH AIDS." Announcement, A.C.T.U.P., fall, 1988(?).

b) "AIDS ANTIBIAS STATUTE DEBATED." News article reprinted from Newsday Wednesday, November 30, 1988.

c) A BRIEF SUMMARY OF ACT UP'S PARTICIPATION IN THE U.S. HEALTH SUMMIT ON HIV INFECTION, November 28-29, 1988. Fact Sheet, A.C.T.U.P., fall, 1988.

Folder 56

a) "ACT UP SUMMARY OF THE U.S. HEALTH SUMMIT ON HIV INFECTION, November 28-29, 1988." Report prepared by Bill Bahlman of A.C.T.U.P. December 1988.

b) "SUMMARY OF U.S. HEALTH SUMMIT ON HIV AND ACT UP'S ACTIONS." Typed copy was sent to Chris Bull from Bill Bahlman, December 1988.

c) "ACT UP/NEW YORK INVITES ITSELF TO CLOSED AIDS MEETING." News article written by Chris Bull in Gay Community News, December 4-10, 1988

d) THE U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. Flyer announcing U.S. Health summit on HIV Infection (Contains Dionne Warwick's signature and Bill Bahlman's telephone number, 1988.

Folder 57

a) Dr. Lilly, Woodrow A. Myers, M.D., John Cardinal O'Connor, Penny Pullen. Fact Sheet by A.C.T.U.P., 1989? Gives background of the above named people.

b) "AIDS: A PRESIDENTIAL ISSUE. News article by Woodrow A. Myers, reprinted from The Wall Street Journal, December 30, 1987.

Folder 58

a) "STOP THE CHURCH" Flyer, Announcement, A.C.T.U.P. and WHAM (Women's Health Action and Mobilization) December, 1989.

b) 'THE CHURCH - OUR NATURAL ENEMY." Fact Sheet for the "Stop The Church" demonstration. Prepared by Warren Johanson, Senior Research Fellow, Gay Academic Union ( GAU) , New York City, December, 1989.

c) "THE 'BATTLE' AT ST. PATS'. Reprint, Cover Story in MANHATTAN, Monday, December 11, 1989.

d) "MEDIA REPORT: STOP THE CHURH Recap of the St. Patrick's Cathedral Demonstration. A.C.T.U.P., December 1989.

e) "SUNDAY PUNCH KOs ST. PAT'S." News article reprinted from the Daily News, Monday, December 11, 1989.

f) " CARDINAL HELD MASS FAR ABOVE THE FRAY." News article by Denis Hamil, reprinted from Newsday, December 1989.

g) "STORMING OF ST. PAT'S." News article reprinted from the New York Post, Monday, December 11, 1989. (2 pages)

h) "III HELD IN ST. PATRICK'S AIDS PROTEST" News article reprinted from The New York Times, December 11, 1989.

i) OVER MY DEAD BODY' "ANGRY O'CONNOR: PROTESTORS WILL NEVER STOP THE MASS." News articles reprinted from the Daily News, Tuesday, December 12, 1989.

j) 'OVER MY DEAD BODY' "ANGRY O'CONOR WON'T ALLOW PROTESTORS TO DISRUPT MASS." News articles reprinted from New York Newsday, Tuesday, December 12, 1989.

k) "REFUSES TO BACK DOWN" "PROTESTORS CLAIM VICTORY" News articles reprinted on Newsday, Tuesday, December 12, 1989,

l) "O'CONNOR DIGS IN" News article reprinted from the New York Post, Tuesday, December 12, 1989.

m) "SACRILEGE IN ST. PAT'S." "UNJOYFUL NOISE - WORSHIPPERS' RIGHTS VIOLATED." -(REVERSE PAGE) News article reprinted from the New York Post, Tuesday, December 12, 1989.

n) "CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE VS. UNCIVILIZED BEHAVIOR." News article reprinted from the New York Times, Tuesday, December 12, 1989.

o) 'THE ANSWER TO SUNDAY'S BLASPHEMY." News article by Bill Reel, reprinted from the Daily News, Tuesday, December 12, 1989. "BACKLASH - WARY GAYS RIP PROTEST AT ST. PAT'S." (REVERSE PAGE) News article by Marilyn Matlick, reprinted from the New York Post

p) "MASS PROTESTORS NOT SORRY." News article by Joel Beneson and Adam Nagourney, reprinted from the New York Post, Thursday, December 14, 1989.

q) "THE DESECRATION OF ST.PAT'S" News article by Patrick J. Buchanan, reprinted from the New York Post, Saturday, December 16, 1989. "GAY BLAST AT TV STAR IS MAJOR IRONY." " ST. PAT'S VIOLENCE ECLIPES 'FAG' SLUR.". By-line by Ray Kerrigan, (REVERSE PAGE) reprinted from the New York Post, Friday, December 15, 1989.

r) "DISTRIBUTION IN ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL" Article reprinted from LETTERS Section, New York Post, Saturday, December 16, 1989. "PUBLIC HEALTH MENACE" (REVERSE PAGE) Flyer\Announcement. A.C.T.U.P., December 1989.

Folder 59 "ACT UP = ACTION!!" Checklist of criteria needed to start an action. Includes several sample flyer/announcement. A.C.T.U.P., 1989.

Folder 60 "ATLANTA PLANNING COMMITTEE" THE CDC DEFINITION OF AIDS IS NOT A BUREAUCRATIC ISSUE. IT IS A MEDICAL AND POLITICAL ISSUE Fact sheet, A.C.T.U.P., November 14, 1989.

Folder61

a) "OFFICIALS TRACED TYPHOID MARY." News article by Fern Shumer Chapmen, reprinted from USA Today, 1989.

b) DEBATE - "HELP STOP AIDS WITH CONTACT TRACING." BILL BAHLMAN- AN OPPOSING VIEW. News articles reprinted from USA Today, Tuesday, December 12, 1989.

Folder 62

a) THE CITY OF NEW YORK, COMPTROLLER'S REPORT., Vol.14, No. 2, August, 1988.

b) THE CITY OF NEW YORK COMPROLLER'S REPOIRT, Volume 14, Number 3, September 1988.

c) THE CITY OF NEW YORK, COMPTROLLER'S REPORT, Volume 14, Number 4, October 1988.

d) "HE WHO LAUGHS LAST" Article by Christopher M. Finan, reprinted from Playboy, 1988.

e) "RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON HIV INVOLVING BASIC RESEARCH, VACCINE AND DRUG DEVELOPMENT THE WHITE HOUSE HAS DISAGREED WITH." Fact Sheet, A.C.T.U.P., 1989.

f) "BOOKSELLERS SPEAK OUT AGAINST PENDING FEDERAL ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY LEGISLATION." Quotations compiled by Bill Bahlman, 1989.

g) "TALKING POINTS" THE CHILD PROTECTION AND OBSCENITY ENFORCEMENT ACT OF 1988.

h) "NOTICE! YOUR RIGHTS TO READ AND VIEW WHATEVER YOU CHOOSE ARE UNDER ATTACK BY THE U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT. Pamphlet, Fact Sheet, A.C.T.U.P.

i) "The Honorable Peter Rodino, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee." Form letter to be sent in opposition to legislation sponsored by Mr. Hughes (HR03889) and Mr. Green (HR 1213).

j) "The Honorable Joseph Biden, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee." Form letter to be sent in opposition to legislation sponsored by Senator Thurmond

Folder 63 " HR 2881 An Act To Establish a National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome." August 5, 1987. Reprint.

Folder 64

a)"Assembly Bill No. 1952, California State Legislature, March 6, 1987. Bill specifying the creation of the AIDS Vaccine Research and Development Committee.

b) "STATE AUTHORITY TO APPROVE NEW DRUG APPLICATIONS: An analysis of the California AIDS Drug testing initiative Copy of paper written by Margaret McCarthy for Columbia Law School, December 23, 1987.

c) "EXPERIMENTAL AIDS DRUB TESTING IN HUMANS APPROVED BY STATE SENATE." News article, reprinted from the Los Angeles Times.

d) "GOVERNOR GETS BILL TO PERMIT EXPERIMENTAL TESTS OF AIDS DRUGS." News article reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, Sept. 12, 1987.

Folder 65

a) State of New York Public Health Council. Minutes of meeting, January 22, 1988.

b) "HEALTH DEPARTMENT BLAMES PROSTITUTES FOR AIDS." Fact Sheet, Announcement of Public Health Council Codes Committee Meeting. A.C.T.U.P.

Folder 66

a) Human Rights Campaign Fund. Copy of list of Co-sponsors.

b) Human Rights Compaign Fund Copy of Legislative Agenda.

c) Human Rights Campaign Fund. Fact Sheet prepared by A.C.T.U.P.

d) Human Rights Campaign Fund. Update: AIDS Legislation.

Folder 67 "ACT UP DEMONSTRATORS WERE ATTACKED BY ANGRY REPUBLICANS DURING A REAGAN RALLY AT THE NEW ORLEANS CONVENTION CENTER ON AUGUST 14, 1988. Cover story reprinted from PGN (The Philadelphia Gay News), August 26-Sept. 1, 1988.

Folder 68 Interview with Senator Hatch September 2 [1988] on The CBS Morning News

Folder 69

a) "ACT UP HAS BEEN MY WAY OF TAKING CONTROL OF MY LIFE AWAY FROM AIDS." Excerpt from news article about A.C.T.U.P.

b) Article on A.C.T.U.P. Reprint of 2nd page of news article; includes Peter Staley's picture and association with A.C.T.U.P.

c) Peter Staley and ACT-UP Enlargements from news article.

d) Peter Staley portrait enlargements from ACT-UP article.

e) Paste-up of Staley and ACT-Up f) AZT, COMPOUND Q, CRYPTOSPORIDIUM, DEXTRAN SULFATE Articles compiled on the above-mentioned drugs.

f)Flyer, Massive AIDS Demonstration Flyer, NEW YORK NATIVE, reads LavenDer Hill Mob Zaps the Cardinal

Folder 70 PRESS CLIPPINGS FROM AMERICAN AND CANADIAN PRESS-JUNE, 1989

a) "'SAFE SEX' MUST BE MADE MORE APPEALING, M.D. SAYS." Reprint of newspaper article by Michelle Lalonde, 'the Globe And Mail, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. A-3)

b) "VIRUS COULD BE DEVELOPING A RESISTANCE TO DRUG." Newspaper article by Christine McLaren, reprinted from The Globe And Mail, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p.A-3)

c) "PRIVACY OF DEATH CERTIFICATES CALLED CRUCIAL News reprint article by Andre Picard in The Globe And Mail, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.

d) "AIDS DISCRIMINATION MUST END, MAN PLEADS." News article by Andre Picard reprinted from The Globe And Mail, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. A-7)

e) "SIDA: LA PREVENTION ET LES BIEN-PENSANTS." News editorial reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French language. (p.B-2)

f) "L'INSTITUT ARMAND FRAPPIER MET AU POINT UN MEDICAMENT CONTRE LE SIDA." News article by Pierre Gingras, reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language. (p. B-1.

g) "PROGRAMME EXPERIMENTAL POUR LES SOURDS" and "27,000 SIDEENS A CAUSE DE LA DROGUE." Two news articles by Marie-Claude Lortie, reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language. (p.B-1)

h) "DISTRIBUTION DE CONDOMS DAN LES PRISON." News article by Martha Gagnon, reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language. (p. B-1)

i) "SIDART: POUR MIEUX COMPRENDRE ET DEMYSTIFIER LA MALADIE." News article by Michele Ouimet, reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language. (p. B-3)

j) "LES MEDECIN RECONNAISSENT QU'IL Y A DES LIMITEA AU SECRET PROFESSIONNEL." News article by Richard Fortin, reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 9, 1989. French Language. (p. B-3)

k) 1.) "OPPOSITION AUX TESTS DE DEPISTAGE POUR CEUX QUI VEULENT IMMIGRER AU CANADA." News article by Pierre Gingras, reprinted from, La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language. (p. B-3) 2.) "COMME LES JEUNES CHINOIS, LES SIDEENS SONT SANS VOIX, AFFIRME DAVID ROY." News article by Martha Gagnon, reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language. (p. B-3)

l) "LE SIDA EST EN VOIE DE DEVENIR LA CAUSE NUMERO UN DE DECES CHEZ LES ADOLESCENTS AUX ETATS-UNIS." News article by Marie-Claude Lortie reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language (p. B-3).

m) "DES BIENFAITS DE LA DISTRIBUTION GRATUITE DES SERINGUES." News article by Peter Gingras reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language. (p. B-3).

n) "3 546 SEANCES D'AFFICHAGES." Photograph with side caption, reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language. (p. B-3)

o) "LES DEUX FACES DU SIDA." News article by Martha Gagnon, reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.French Language.

p) 1. "DES SITUATIONS DIFFICILES POUR LE MEDECIN ET POUR LE PATIENT." 2. " LES AMERINDIENS DEVRAIENT RECEVOIR DE L'AIDE POUR LUTTER CONTRE LA MALADIE." Two news articles reprinted from La Presse, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.French Language.

q) "VIDEO SHOWS TEENS HOW TO USE CONDOMS." News article by Susan Semenak, reprinted from The Gazette, June 7, 1989.

r) "GROUP CUTS THROUGH RED TAPE TO TEST EXOTIC AIDS DRUGS." News article by Nicholas Regush, reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday, June 7, 1989 (p. H-6)

s) 1. "AIDS MEANS BIG BUCKS FOR DRUG FIRMS: ACTIVISTS. 2. "CODES HELPING KEEP PATIENTS ANONYMOUS." 3. "AIDS ALLOWS FATAL ATTACKS ON BODY." News articles reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday June 7, 1989.(p. A-6)

t) 1. "JUST 'SLEEPING AROUND' IS AN INVITATION TO AIDS: SEX RESEARCHER." News article by Irwin Block, reprinted from The Gazette, June 7, 1989. (p. A-7 2. "STUDY LINKS AIDS TO FEMALE SMOKERS." News article reprinted from The Gazette, June 7, 1989. (p. A-7)

u) 1. "HEALTH OFFICIALS ACTIVISTS FIGHT OVER HIV TESTS." News article reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. A-6) 2. "JAIL SERVICE REVIEWS ITS CONDOM POLICY." News brief notices- reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. A-7)

v) 1. "DEAF IGNORED IN AIDS EDUCATION.: 2. "BLUSH IS OFF WHEN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR SEX LIFE.: 3. "BRIEF NEWS NOTICES Reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. A-7)

w) 1. "THE PLAY'S THE THING IN FIGHT AGAINST AIDS." News article by Peter Kuitenbrouer reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. A-7) 2. "CANADA'S HEALHCARE SYSTEM MODEL FOR U.S.: N.Y. ACTIVIST" News article by Elizabeth Thompson, reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday June 7, 1989. (p.A- 7)

x) "CITY TO FORCE BUSINESSES TO POST AIDS WARNINGS." News article by Lewis Harris, reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. A-7)

y) Picture accompanying above article.

z) "SIDA." Brief articles reprinted from Le Soleil, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.French Language.

aa) "SELON L'ETHICIEN DAVID ROY LES POLITIQUES DOIVENT DE PASSER LES REALITES NATIONALES." News article by Roger Bellefeuille, reprinted from Le Soleil, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. 6) French Language.

bb) "LE GOUVERNEMENT FEDERAL ADMET QUE SA STRATEGIE N'EST PAS PRETE." News article, reprinted from Le Soleil, Wednesday, June 7, (p.6) French Language.

cc) "LA MALADIE FAIT DES RAVAGES DAN LES PRISONS." News article reprinted from Le Soleil, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p.6)

dd) "PLUSSIEURS SONT MORTS PARCE QU'ON LEUR A ENLEVE L'ESPOIR." News article reprinted from Le Journal de Montreal, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p.4)

ee) 1. "DES MEDICAMENTS TOUT DE SUITE." News article reprinted from Le Journal de Montreal, Wednesday, June 6, 1989. (P.4) 2. "A LA RECHERCHE DU VACCIN." News article reprinted from Le Journal de Montreal, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. 11)

ff) "IAF BIOCHEM RECOIT L'APPUI DU NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE." News article reprinted from Le Journal de Montreal, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.

gg) "LE SIDA EN PRSON: UNE SENTENCE QUI NE PARDONE PAS!" News article reprinted from Le Journal de Montreal, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. 11) French Language.

hh) "L"EFFET MACHINE A BOULES' POUR E DU QUER LES JEUNES."News Article by Marc-Francois Bernier, reprinted from Le Journal de Montreal, June 7, 1989. French Language.

ii) "UNE MALADE QUI EST PLUS QUE DES CHIFRES!" News article, reprinted from Le Journal de Montreal, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. 11) French Language.

jj) 1. "DROGUE: DES SURPRISES." 2. "COMMENT ' L'ANNONCER'?" Two brief articles reprinted from Le Journal de Montreal, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. 10) French Language.

kk) "PROTESTORS BOOST ANONYMOUS TESTS." News article reprinted from the Montreal Daily News, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. 8)

ll) "THE CONFERENCE IN BRIEF." News article reprinted from the Montreal Daily News, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p.8)

mm) "CRUSADER'S PRIORITY: ACCESS TO NEW DRUGS." Article reprinted from the Montreal Daily News, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p.8)

nn) Cartoon about safe sex reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (B-2)

oo) "STUDENT CLAIMS HE'S VICTIM OF AIDS BIAS." News article reprinted from The Gazette, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.

pp) "U.S. URGES NEW IMMUNE SYSTEM DRUG." News article reprinted from the Nation, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.

qq) "NAMING NAMES A PROVOCATIVE NEW AIDS PROPOSAL STIRS OLD FEARS." News article reprinted from New York Newsday, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.

rr) 1. "NEW AIDS STUDY SHOWS 1.2M TO 1.5M VICTIMS. 2. "OFFICIAL WANTS AIDS LIST KEPT." News articles reprinted from the Nation, June 1989. (P.19)

ss) "AIDS CONFERENCE DRAMA OFFICIAL WANTS LIST KEPT OF THE INFECTED." News article sent by Kenness Canada June, 1989

tt) "FOR THE FIRST TIME, A QUIET OPTIMISM AT AIDS MEETING." News article sent by Kenness Canada, Inc. June 5, 1989.

uu) "U.S. VISA RULE ON AIDS PROTESTED." News article sent by Kenness, Canada, June 5, 1989, reprinted from News Day, April 6, 1989. (p. 15)

vv) "U.S. OFFICIAL CALLS FOR MORE AWARENESS ABOUT AIDS AS WORLD CONFERENCE OPENS." News article sent June 5, 1989 by Kenness Canada, Inc.

ww) "5.5M NEW AIDS CASES SEEN FOR '90S." News article reprinted from News Day May 6, 1989. (p.13) Sent by Kenness Canada June 5, 1989. xx) "UN TUEUR AVEUGLE EN AFRIQUE."

xx) " News article by Pierre Cayouette, reprinted from Le Devoir, June 7, 1989. French Language

yy) "RISQUES ET PRATIQUES SEXUELLES." News article reprinted from Le Devoir Wednesday, June 7, 1989. French Language.

zz) Brief News Articles reprinted from Le Devoir, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (P.9)French language.

aaa) 1. "DERRIERE LES CHIFFRES, IL Y A DES ETRES HUMAINS."Article about Dr. David Roy by Pierre Cayouette. French Language. 2. "COMMENT CONCILIER LES DROIT DU PATIENT ET CEUX DES TIER?" Article by Renee Rowan. French language. Two articles same page- reprinted from La Devoir, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (P.9)

bbb) "LE SIDA EST AUSSI UN ENJEU POUR DE PETITES COMMUNAUTES FERMEES."LE PASSION AMOUREUSE L'EMPORTE-T-ELLE SUR LE SEXE SECURITAIRE?" Article by Paul Caucon. French Language.Reprinted from Le Devoir, Wednesday, June 7, 1989.

ccc) 1. LE PASSION AMOUREUSE L'EMPORTE-T-ELLE SUR LE SEXE SECURITAIRE?" 2. "LES MILITAIRES CANADIENS DOIVENT SUBIR DES TESTS DE DEPISTAGE AU VIH." Article by Renee Rowan. French Language Two articles reprinted from Le Devoir, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p.9)

ddd) "AIDS MEDICAL NOTES Brief News article by Paul Cauchon reprinted from Le Devoir, Wesnesday, June 7, 1989. (P.9) French Language. "News articles reprinted from The Globe and Mail, Wednesday, June 7, 1989. (p. A-9)

Folder 71

a) 1. "OFFICIALS TRACED TYPHOID MARY News article by Fern Schumer Chapman (Guest columnist, USA TODAY. Sept. 15, 1982 2. QUOTELINES - Notable commentary on the subject of AIDS by James Mason, Assistant Secretary of Health, Stephen Joseph, New York Heal Commissioner, The National Commission on AIDS, Dr. Michael Murphy-Corb, leader of Tulane University research team reporting AIDS vaccine breakthrough, and Andrew Moss, epidemiologist, San Francisco.(on same page)

b) 1. VOICES SECTION: "SHOULD LAWS REQUIRE NOTIFICAITON OF AIDS VICTIMS CONTACTS?" reprinted from USA Today, Sept. 15, 1982.

c) 1. DEBATE - "HELP STOP AIDS WITH CONTRACT TRACING."U.S.A. Today, 9/15/82. 2."AIDS CONTACT TRACING WON'T HALT THIS DISEASE." .An opposing view by Bill Bahlman.USA Today, Tuesday, December 12, 1989.

Folder 72 "UNDERSTANDING AIDS" - Information pamphlet published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1988.

Folder 73 "RICE, REVOLUTION AND SOON TO BE HOMELESS." Bill Bahlman writes to his fellow ACT Up members for personal financial help. (Not dated)

Folder 74 "RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FETAL TISSUE RESEARCH AND THE SEARCH FOR TREATMENTS FOR PEOPLE WITH AIDS." A public discussion with members of the treatment and data committee of ACT UP transcribed by Bill Bahlman, News Director of the Gay Broadcasting system. Articles resulting from the broadcast in News Day, The New York Times and The Washington Post., November, 1989.

Folder75 "REVOLUTION RECALLED" Voices from The Stonewall Generation. Announcement of a forum held at the Lesbian & Gay Community Services Center, N.Y.City, Thursday, June 22,(year?)

Folder 76 ACT UP TREATMENT AND DATA FILES. A list of AIDS-related drugs. Lists chemical origins, date of first use. Includes list of AIDS drug-related news articles.

Folder 77 "THE RISE OF MILITANT AIDS ACTIVISM." News article reprints outlining some of the militant activism that preceded ACT UP and provided an impetus for their founding.(Nov., 1989)

Folder 78

a) PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULE - PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS EPIDEMIC. January 20, 1988.

b) BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION - PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS EPIDEMIC.

c) RESEARCH HEARINGS CONTACT LIST.

d) RESEARCH HEARINGS - Lists specific meetings - dates and times and location.

Folder 79

a) "77 PRODUCTS IN RESEARCH OR ALREADY DEVELOPED FOR AIDS, PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY TELLS COMMISSION." News release , Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, February 19, 1988.

b) STATEMENT - GERALD J. MOSSINGHOFF, PRESENT, PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION - Before the President's commission on Human Immune Virus Epidemic, New York City, N.Y., Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, February 19, 1988.

c) STATEMENT - DR. G. B. RATHMANN, PRESIDENT AMGEN INC., CHAIRMAN OF THE INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION TO THE PRESIDENTIAL AIDS COMMISSION - February 19, 1988 in New York City.

d) STATEMENT - PATTRICK GAGE, PH.D., VICE PRESIDENT FOR EXPLORATORY RESEARCH, HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE INC. - Before the Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic, New York, New York, February 19, 1988.

Folder 80

a) "PUBLIC HEALTH OBSERVATIONS DERIVED FROM THE MULTICENTER AIDS COHORT STUDY OF HOMOSEXUAL MEN."Presented by Harold M. Ginzburg, M.D., Chief, Edpdemiology Branch, AIDS Program, Nationa Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health for the Presidential Commssion on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic. January 13, 1987.

b) TESTIMONY - CLINIC/OFFICE CARE - Presented by Dr. Gerald Friedland, Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, to the Presidential Commission On The Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic. January 13, 1987.

c) TESTIMONY AT CARE HEARINGS - Dr. Paul Auerbach, Vanderbilt University Hospital, before the Presidential Commission On The Human Immunodeficieny Virus Epidemic, January 13-15, 1987.

Folder 81

a) " VIRUS EPIDEMIC: COMMUNITY NURSING ORGANIZATIONSTestimony to the Presidenail Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic by Susan K. Riesch, DNSc RN, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, January 13, 1988.

b) STATEMENT OF JOSEPH MCEARTHY TO THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS EPIDEMIC JANUARY 13, 1988..Published report by the AIDS Resource Center.

Folder 82

a) TESTIMONY DESCRIBING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE HIV CENTER FOR CLINICAL AND BEHAVIORAL STUDIES AT COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER by Esther Chachkes, Director of Social Work Services, Presbyterian Hospital to the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic Wednesday, January 13, 1988

. b) TESTIMONY OF JUDY L. SPINELLA - CASE HEARING AND RECOMMENDATIONS to the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic January 13-15, 1988.

Folder 83

a) THE AIDS EPIDEMIC AND NOT FOR PROFIT HOSPITALS. Testimony of Richard N. Yezzo, President, St. Clare's Hospital and Health Center New York, New York, before the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, January 13, 1988.

b) TESTIMONY OF DENNIS ANDRULIS, V.P. FOR RESEARCH AND POLICY, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC HOSPITALS, before the President's Commission on the HIV Epidemic, January 13, 1988.

Folder 84 TESTIMONY BY CLIFF MORRISON, DEPUTY DIRECTOR THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION, AIDS HEALTH SERVICES PROGRAM, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVRSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, before the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, January 14, 1988.

Folder 85

a) TESTIMONY OF DR. SUSAN TROSS, PSYCHOLOGIST AT MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING CANCER CENTER, NEW YORK CITY, before the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic.(not dated)

b) TESTIMONY OF JOEL R. GRAY, LPN, NURSING STUDENT - UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, PERSON WITH ARC (AIDS RELATED COMPLEX) before the Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic Health Care Hearings, January 14, 1988.

Folder 86

a) STATEMENT OF EDWARD D. BARRETT, M.S., D.D.S. TO THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS EPIDEMIC, January 14, 1988.

b) STATEMENT OF VINCENT C. ROGERS, D.D.S., M.P.H. FOR THE AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION to the President's Commission on AIDS, January 14, 1988.

c) RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON AIDS BY William M Mitchell, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Pathology, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. (not dated)

d) CARE NEEDS OF HIV INFECTED WOMEN AND FAMILIES, by Howard L. Minkoff, M.D., Director of Obstetrics and Maternal Fetal Medicine, SUNY - Health Science Center of Brooklyn, New York, January 14, 1988.

e) TESTIMONY OF VIRGINIA M. JACKSON, C.N.M., NURSE MIDWIFE ON STAFF OF NORTH CENTRAL BRONX HOSPITAL, NEW YORK CITY before the Presidential Commisison On The Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, January 14, 1988.

f) STATEMENT OF AUDREY F. MANLEY, M.D., M.P.H., DIRECTOR, NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE CORPS, BUREAU OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY AND ASSISTANCE,U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES to the Presidential Commission on AIDS. (not dated)

Folder 87 TESTIMONY BY VIVIEN DE BACK, PH.D., R.N., PROJECT DIRECTOR, NATIONAL COMMISSION ON NURSING IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT to the Presidential Commission On The Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic., January, 1988.

Folder 88 STATEMENT OF SENATOR EDWARD M. KENNEDY ON THE EMERGENCY AIDS RELIEF LEGISLATION, March 6, 1990.

Folder 89 Metro System Schedule, Airline and Bus Schedules plus map of Washington, D.C. area, 1988.

Folder 90

a) "THE FDA, KIDS, AZT + ddI" - Remarks by Bruce Chabner, M.D., Division of Cancer Treatment, National Cancer Institute - Lasagna Committee, January 4, 1989.

b) "RETROVIR AVAILABLE TO CHILDREN UNDER TREATMENT IND - News Release, Burroughts Wellcome Co., October 25, 1989.

c) "AZT TREATMENT FOR BABIES by Laurie Garrett, news article reprinted from New York Newsday, Tuesday, October 17, 1989.

Folder 91 " RETROVIR APPROVED FOR ASYMPTOMATIC/EARLY SYMPTOMATIC HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS- News Release , Burroughs Wellcome, March 2, 1990.

Folder 92

a) "BURROUGHS WELLCOME REAPS PROFITS, OUTRAGE FROM ITS AIDS DRUG - by Marilyn Chase, Staff Reporter, The Wall Street Journal, Friday, September 15, 1989.

b) "AZT: A WINDFALL FOR PHARMACIES?" News article in 'At Issue" section, Drug Topics, September 21, 1987. Stephen K. Off, Esq. Attorney with the U.S. Department of Energy and opposing view by Ronald L. Williams, Pharmacist, Director of Communications, American Pharmaceutical Association.

c) "WHY YOU SHOULD BOYCOTT BURROUGHS WELLCOME" AND "HOW YOU CAN BOYCOTT BURROUGHS WELLCOME - Flyer. (not dated)

d) POSITION STATEMENT ON RENEWAL OF FEDERAL FUNDING FOR AZT - American Association of Physicians ForHuman Rights, July 24, 1988.

Folder 93 "WELLCOME UNIT GETS U.S. PATENT FOR AIDS DRUG" News article reprinted from the Wall Street Journal February 10, 1988.

Folder 94 "AIDS AS A SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE" Testimony by Michael J. Rosenberg, M.D., M.P.H. Executive Director, American Social Health Association, September 9, 1987.

Folder 95 INTERVIEW BETWEEN BILL BAHLMAN AND KRISTINE GEBBIE, member of the Presidential Commission on HIV, May 17, 1988.

Folder 96 "PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS, DO YOUR JOBS!", by Penny Pullen, member of the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic. News article reprinted from The New American, May 23, 1988.

Folder 97 LETTER FROM KENNETH T.SOUTH, CONSULTANT TO DR. FRANK LILLY OF THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS EPIDEMIC. January 11, 1988.

Folder 98

a) PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON HIV - HEALTH CARE WORKER SAFETY - Notes and impressions by Bill Bahlman, May 11, 1988.

b) HEARINGS ON THE SAFETY OF THE BLOOD SUPPLY- The Presidential Commission on HIV, May 9, 1988. Notes by Bill Bahlman.

c) Additional notes by Bahlman on the blood supply hearings, May 9, 1988.

d) HEARINGS ON AIDS IN THE WORKPLACE- Notes and impressions by Bill Bahlman. May 10, 1988. Folder 99 PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON HIV - NOTES AND IMPRESSIIONS BY BILL BAHLMAN, May 16-18, 1988.

Folder 100 PROGRAM OF THE PANEL DISCUSSIONS - Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, May 16-18, 1988.

Folder 101 PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION INTERNATIONAL HEARINGS - April 18 - 20, 1988. Notes and impressions by Bill Bahlmnan.

Folder 102 "INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS IN AIDS RESEARCH AT THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH " Statement of Karl A. Western, M.D. , D.T.P.H., Assistant Director for International Research, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases , before the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, April 19, 1988.

Folder 103 "HIV SCREENING AND ITS USE IN PUBLIC HEALTH, by Professeur A. Pompidou, Counsellor for the French Ministry of Health, Coordinator for National AIDS Program. (not dated)

Folder 104

a) AIDS PANEL GETTING TO THE BIG ISSUES, News article by Lori Olszewski, staff writer, San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, March 25, 1988.

b) COMMISSION TOURS S.F. GENERAL - AIDS PANEL HEARS PLEASE FOR FUNDS- By Lori Olszewski, for the San Francisco Chronicle, ( March 25, 1988?)

c) DUKAKIS VISITS CALIFORNIA - article by Carl Irving, San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, March 15, 1988.

d) AGNOS SAYS WHITE HOUSE FAILS ON AIDS - News article by Lisa M. Frieger, San Francisco Examiner, Friday, March 25, 1988.

Folder 105 PROGRAM FOR THE HEARING ON PREVENTION AND EDUCATION-Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, March1 1-3, 1988.

Folder 106 "VOTERS ORGANIZED IN COALITION FOR THE ELECTION - Press flyer giving dates and locations of demonstrations. Printed by Gay & Lesbian 'VOICE 88'. (not dated)

Folder 107

a) "AIDS ESTIMATES DROP SHARPLY" News article by Richard Dunne with side notes handwritten. (no date)

b) "PLAYING GAMES WITH AIDS STATS - Reprint of news article from the New York Post, Wednesday, November 9 as flyer asking people to "Voice Your Response to Pat Buchanan" and call the Tribune Media Services at the number given.

c) " HEALTH CHIEF AND AIDS: A CHANT OF CRITICS AMID PRAISE." Reprint of news article. (source of information and date not given.)

Folder 108

a) " QUAYLE EMBRACES PATRIOTIC THEMES AND ATTACKS DUKAKIS ON PLEDGE." News article by Lisa Belkiun, reprinted from The New York Times, Tuesday, September 7, 1988.

b) "TAKING LIBERTY WITH DAN News article by Frank Lombardi, reprinted from the Daily News, Tuesday, September 6, 1988.

c) "QUAYLE TAKES LIBERTY ROUTE." News article by Myron S. Waldman, reprinted from New York Newsday, Tuesday, September 7, 1988.

d) "QUAYLE'S RECORD IN SENATE REFLECTS FERVENTLY HELD CONSERVATIVE VIEWS." News article by Martin Tolchin, reprinted from The New York Times, August 28, 1988.

Folder 109

a) "GEORGE BUSH HAS LIED TO YOU 10 TIMES!" - Flyer printed by the New York State Democrataic Victory Team. (not dated)

b) "HE'S LYING" Flyer printed by ACT UP (Silence=Death) criticizing Mike Dukakis' stand on AIDS. (not dated)

c) "DEFENDING LESBIAN AND GAY RIGHTS" - Issue Brief printed by the Jesse Jackon '88 campaign office in Chicago. (not dated)

Folder 110 "ELECTION '88 SUB-COMMITTEE: Presidential Candidates' Evaluations - Printed by ACT UP. (not dated)

Folder 111 SENATE HEARING CONERNING AMENDMENT NO. 956 TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF ANY FUNDS PROVIDED UNDER THIS ACT TO THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL FROM BEING USED TO PROVIDE AIDS EDUCATION, INFORMATION,OR PREVENTION MATERIALS AND ACTIVITIES THAT PROMOTE, ENCOURAGE, OR CONDONE HOMOSEXUAL SEXUAL ACTIVITIES. Reprinted form the Congressional Record - Senate, S14202 , October 14, 1987. (Changed to Amedment # 963).

Folder 112 "RESPONDING TO THE AIDS CRISIS" - Keynote address by Dick Gephardt, National Nurses'Week,, Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas, May 4, 1987.

Folder 113

a) "MOTHERS PLAN GOP AIDS PITCH" - News article by Marsha Ginsburg, reprinted from the San Francisco Examiner, Sunday, August 7, 1988.

b) NGLTF - NATIONAL GAY & LESBIAN TASK FORCE - Information sheet telling background of the organization and its purpose. (not dated)

c) "READ MY LIPS" - Flyer announcing a "kiss-In", sponsored by ACT Up, Sunday, August 14, 1988.

d) "DIE-IN" - In memory of all those who have died of AIDS while our government dragged its feet in a 'business as usual' approach. Flyer announcing demonstration at New Orleans City Hall, sponserd by "March On" - a Los Angeles Activist Group. (not dated)

e) Information on transportation and restaurants in New Orleans.

f) Map of New Orleans

g) CALENDAR OF EVENTS - For Gay/Lesbian community's return to Washington during October Anniversary of march.

h) STATEMENT FROM GAY AND LESBIAN VOICE '88 ON REPUBLICAN PARTY DRAFT PLATFORM.

i) CALENDAR OF EVENTS AT REPUBLICAN CONVENTION - NEW ORLEANS (not dated)

Folder 114

a) PERSONAL LETTER - To Dr. William Bahlman, 103 Charles Street, New York, N.Y. 10014 from Louis Plattner, Comptroller, Hotel Washington, Washington, D.C., dated November 11, 1987.

b) Washington National Airport taxicab information

c) Hotel Brochures

d) Shuttle Bus Schedule - for the I.C.A.A.C. '87 conference for the American Society for Microbiology. 1987.

e) List of services, stores, restauants, etc, available to the gay & lesbian community, reprinted from the GAYELLOW PAGES

f) Copies of maps of Washington D.C. and New York City..

Folder 115

a) "GAYS ARRESTED IN PROTEST AGAINST CATHOLIC CHURCH.." "BISHOPS APPROVE CONDOM INFORMATION; O'CONNOR DISSENTS" "MICHIGAN BOOKSTORE BATTLES VANDALISM. LOCAL HOMOPHOBES. Article reprinted from 'Newsfront - A Review of Gay News' in The Advocate, January 19, 1989. p.115.

b) CDC AIDS CONFERENCE by Dave Walter, reprinted from 'Newsfront', The Advocate, March 31, 1987.

c) "THE NEW GAY ACTIVISM: ADDING BITE TO THE MOVEMENT" -Articles reprinted from The Advocate June 7, 1988- By Peter Freiberg, Rick Harding, and Mark Vandervelden.

d) " NEWS THREATS PROMPT NEW TACTICS IN CALIFORNIA"- By Mark Vandervelden, reprinted from 'Newsfront', The Advocate, February 2, 1988.

e) MOOD INDIGO - SINGING THE BLUES AT THE REPUBLICANS' NEW ORLEANS CONVENTION."-by Peter Freiberg, The Advocate, September 27, 1988.

Compiled by June Welwood, Archives, Central Connecticut State University

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