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Box 9

 Container

Contains 24 Collections and/or Records:

Project Inform: PI Perspectives (3 folders), 1986-2002

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to expedite drug testing through collaboration with other non-profit AIDS organizations and government departments both locally and throughout the United States. Records contain clinical trial results, correspondence, reports, newsletters from other AIDS organizations, fact sheets, and flyers. Of interest is the Barbara McClintock Project to Cure AIDS material and ACT UP / New York's files, which chronicle both the activism of ACT UP / New York,...
Dates: 1986-2002

Statistical Data Center of the AIDS Clinical Trials Unit: Meeting Minutes and Reports, n.d., 1990

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to expedite drug testing through collaboration with other non-profit AIDS organizations and government departments both locally and throughout the United States. Records contain clinical trial results, correspondence, reports, newsletters from other AIDS organizations, fact sheets, and flyers. Of interest is the Barbara McClintock Project to Cure AIDS material and ACT UP / New York's files, which chronicle both the activism of ACT UP / New York,...
Dates: n.d., 1990

Statistics: AIDS Newsletter, n.d., 1993-1997

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to expedite drug testing through collaboration with other non-profit AIDS organizations and government departments both locally and throughout the United States. Records contain clinical trial results, correspondence, reports, newsletters from other AIDS organizations, fact sheets, and flyers. Of interest is the Barbara McClintock Project to Cure AIDS material and ACT UP / New York's files, which chronicle both the activism of ACT UP / New York,...
Dates: n.d., 1993-1997

United States Department of Health and Human Services: (4 folders), 1993-1997

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to expedite drug testing through collaboration with other non-profit AIDS organizations and government departments both locally and throughout the United States. Records contain clinical trial results, correspondence, reports, newsletters from other AIDS organizations, fact sheets, and flyers. Of interest is the Barbara McClintock Project to Cure AIDS material and ACT UP / New York's files, which chronicle both the activism of ACT UP / New York,...
Dates: 1993-1997

United States Food and Drug Administration (9 folders), n.d., 1988-1997

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to expedite drug testing through collaboration with other non-profit AIDS organizations and government departments both locally and throughout the United States. Records contain clinical trial results, correspondence, reports, newsletters from other AIDS organizations, fact sheets, and flyers. Of interest is the Barbara McClintock Project to Cure AIDS material and ACT UP / New York's files, which chronicle both the activism of ACT UP / New York,...
Dates: n.d., 1988-1997

Audio Cassette: WBUR Interview, n.d.

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to raise public awareness of the AIDS epidemic visually through its campaigns and demonstrations. It includes banners, buttons, photographs, and T-shirts. Of interest are the photographs of a Political Funeral in Washington, which capture ACT UP / Boston members throwing the ashes of deceased members onto the White House lawn; the banners used at vigils at Lars Bildman's home, depicting a diseased eye; and the WBUR news segment reporting on ACT UP...
Dates: n.d.

Contact Sheet: People Act Up Press Writing Group, 1989

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to raise public awareness of the AIDS epidemic visually through its campaigns and demonstrations. It includes banners, buttons, photographs, and T-shirts. Of interest are the photographs of a Political Funeral in Washington, which capture ACT UP / Boston members throwing the ashes of deceased members onto the White House lawn; the banners used at vigils at Lars Bildman's home, depicting a diseased eye; and the WBUR news segment reporting on ACT UP...
Dates: 1989

Buttons, n.d.

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to raise public awareness of the AIDS epidemic visually through its campaigns and demonstrations. It includes banners, buttons, photographs, and T-shirts. Of interest are the photographs of a Political Funeral in Washington, which capture ACT UP / Boston members throwing the ashes of deceased members onto the White House lawn; the banners used at vigils at Lars Bildman's home, depicting a diseased eye; and the WBUR news segment reporting on ACT UP...
Dates: n.d.

Citation: City of Cambridge, 1990

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to raise public awareness of the AIDS epidemic visually through its campaigns and demonstrations. It includes banners, buttons, photographs, and T-shirts. Of interest are the photographs of a Political Funeral in Washington, which capture ACT UP / Boston members throwing the ashes of deceased members onto the White House lawn; the banners used at vigils at Lars Bildman's home, depicting a diseased eye; and the WBUR news segment reporting on ACT UP...
Dates: 1990

Matchbooks: "Condoms: Get into 'em", n.d.

 File — Box: 9
Summary: From the Series: This series documents ACT UP / Boston's efforts to raise public awareness of the AIDS epidemic visually through its campaigns and demonstrations. It includes banners, buttons, photographs, and T-shirts. Of interest are the photographs of a Political Funeral in Washington, which capture ACT UP / Boston members throwing the ashes of deceased members onto the White House lawn; the banners used at vigils at Lars Bildman's home, depicting a diseased eye; and the WBUR news segment reporting on ACT UP...
Dates: n.d.