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A Legacy of Care: Additional Photography Information

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Dr. Jeffrey Wallach examining patient Al Bearden, New York City, 1991. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Peta Church cares for Davis Kirby in a Hospice-style home in Columbus, Ohio, 1989. © Therese Frare

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On January 31, 1989, activists from Stop AIDS Now or Else (SANOE) block the morning commute on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. © Rick Gerharter

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Activist James Baggett and friends carry the coffin of fellow activist, Jon Greenberg, through the streets of New York City during a political funeral1993. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Activist James Baggett during an AIDS demonstration at New York City Hall, 1994. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) demonstrates at the Food and Drug Administration in Washington, DC, 1988. © Donna Binder

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Approximately 100 demonstrators protest on the steps of New York's City Hall as a City Council committee considered legislation to bar pupils and teachers with the AIDS virus from public schools, 1985. © AP Photo/Rick Maiman

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Ryan White at home, 1985. © Jeanne White-Ginder private collection

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(L-R) Jeanne White-Ginder, attorney Charles V. Vaughan, and Ryan White after a judge threw out a temporary injunction barring him from attending classes at Western Middle School near Kokomo, Indiana, 1986. © AP Photo

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Ryan White in the hallway of Hamilton Heights High School, 1987. © Taro Yamasaki/TIME & LIFE Images/Getty Images

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Dr. Martin Kleiman examines Ryan White as his mother Jeanne White-Ginder looks on, 1990. © Taro Yamasaki/TIME & LIFE Images/Getty Images

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Marchers at an AIDS demonstration in Washington, DC, 1992. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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The Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt displayed on the ellipse in front of the White House in Washington, D.C., October 1988. More than 8,000 panels were displayed on the ellipse in front of the White House. The quilt, first conceived in 1985 by San Francisco gay rights activist Cleve Jones, as a memorial to loved ones lost to AIDS. It’s become a tradition at nearly every quilt display to read the names aloud.© AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi

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Randy Shilts in the San Francisco Chronicle newsroom, 1994. Randy Shilts, who died of AIDS in 1994, was a pioneering gay journalist and author of three books, including And the Band Played On, a seminal account of the early days of the AIDS epidemic in the United States. © Scott Sommerdorf/San Francisco Chronicle/Corbis

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Activists from ACT-UP/Golden Gate block the entrance to the Old Federal Building in San Francisco, demanding the Food and Drug Administration release Didanosine (ddI), 1990. © Rick Gerharter

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U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop in his office recording a public service announcement, 1983. From the National Library of Medicine collection

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Members of AIDS Alliance carry a banner and ride in a motorized cable car up Market Street in San Francisco, California, as they lead an estimated 300,000 people in the 13th annual Gay Freedom Day Parade, 1983. © AP Photo/Eric Risberg

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Student AIDS activists marching in Washington, DC, 1985. © Andrew Kohan

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(L-R) U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop confers with then Senators Arlen Specter (R-PA) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT) on the eve of his confirmation in 1981. Koop’s two terms as U.S. Surgeon General coincided with the rise of the AIDS epidemic in the United States. From the National Library of Medicine collection

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Three early AIDS patients are sworn in before a House Governmental Relations subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill to discuss their experiences dealing with the disease, 1983. From left to right: Michael Callen of New York, Roger Lyon of San Francisco, and Anthony Ferrara of Washington. © AP Photo/John Duricka

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(L-R) Jeanne White-Ginder meets with then Senator Robert Dole (R-KS) on Capitol Hill, 1990. Ms. White-Ginder traveled to Washington, DC just 2 weeks after her son Ryan’s death from AIDS to build congressional support for the HIV/AIDS legislation that would bear her son’s name: The Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act. © Jeanne White-Ginder private collection

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(L-R) Then Senators Orrin Hatch (R-UT) confers with Ted Kennedy (D-MA) at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, 1990. © Terry Ashe/TIME & LIFE Images/Getty Images

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Representative Henry A. Waxman (D-CA) was among the earliest and strongest supporters of a Federal HIV/AIDS program. Beginning in 1982, he convened over 30 congressional hearings to raise awareness and secure funding in the fight against AIDS. © AP Photo/Susan Walsh

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Actor Paul Michael Glaser and his wife Elizabeth testifying in Washington before the House Budget Committee's Task Force on Pediatric AIDS, 1990. Elizabeth Glaser contracted AIDS through a blood transfusion during childbirth, subsequently infecting both her children with the AIDS virus. She died in 1994 and is the namesake of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. © FILE/AFP/Getty Images

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Senate Chamber, 1990. @ From the U.S. Senate Historical Office Collection

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Participants in the 10th International AIDS Candlelight Memorial, also known as the AIDS Candlelight March, on San Francisco's Market Street, 1993 © Denis Poroy/AFP/Getty Images

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Bernice Casselle, a health education supervisor with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, speaking to a group of women about HIV/AIDS, 1997. © Vicki Valerio/Philadelphia Inquirer/Newscom

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(R-L) Geoff Edholm, who died of AIDS in 1989, and lover Bruce Herman, 1988, in New York City. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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People living with HIV and AIDS hold hands during a group therapy session at Discipleship Outreach in Brooklyn, New York, 1992. © Thomas McGovern private collection

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Donna Martinez, an HIV-positive born-again Christian worshipping on Christmas Day, Brooklyn, New York, 1994. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Staff hotline assistant William Neish answers questions at AIDS Project Los Angeles, 1996. © AP Photo/Kim Kulish

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Volunteer Donna Nix and others give put "food bags" together at Nashville Cares in Nashville, Tennessee, 2002. Nashville Cares is a community-based AIDS service organization offering services in and around Nashville. © AP Photo/John Russell

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After 50 hours of training, information specialists are ready to take calls at the National AIDS Hotline operated by the American Social Health Association, 1991. © AP Photo/Karen Tam

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Members of ACT UP protest during a session of the National Conference on Women & HIV being held at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California, 1997. © AP Photo/Nick

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Friends consoling one another at the funeral of Jon Greenberg, New York City, 1993. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Dr. Jeffrey Wallach consulting with medical staff at Cabrini Medical Center in New York, New York c. 1991. © Thomas McGovern private collection

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Zidovudine (AZT), the first antiretroviral medication approved to fight HIV, 2005. © NDX Photos/Newscom. AZT represented a major breakthrough in AIDS therapy and is used to prevent mother-to-child transmission.

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Phillip Coleman, living with AIDS, Brooklyn, New York, 1992. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Anthony and Donna Martinez discovered they had AIDS after their four-month old daughter, Margaret, was diagnosed. Margaret died in February of 1993 at the age of 22 months. Here they pose with their daughter Chrissy, HIV-negative, Brooklyn, New York, 1994. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Willie Sandoval was a former gang leader, addict, and prisoner. After being diagnosed with AIDS, he became an activist, doing outreach in his neighborhood of Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Here he is holding photographs of his youngest daughter and granddaughter, Brooklyn, New York, 1992. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Verna Palmer, living with AIDS, and daughter Sheena, Bronx, New York, 1989. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Mike St. Hilaire, living with AIDS in North Bangor, New York. At the time of diagnosis, Mike struggled to counter stigma and access HIV services in his small town. 1995. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Peter Rodriguez holds his mother during a memorial service for his lover Paul, and best friend Jeff, both of whom had recently died from AIDS, New York City, 1991. © Thomas McGovern, from the book Bearing Witness (to AIDS)

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Carmen Diaz, who is HIV-positive, watches over her six-week old baby boy Jomalier, who is being treated with AZT, 1997. © AP Photo/Brennan Linsley

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Lawanda Bridges, an HIV-positive mother, talks with her four-year-old son Barrett at her Ensley, Alabama apartment, 2001. © AP Photo/Dave Martin. Subsidized housing, like the apartment the Bridges live in, and other housing assistance have long been recognized as an important social service for people living with HIV/AIDS.

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Dr. David Ho, an AIDS researcher famous for pioneering the use of protease inhibitors in treating HIV patients, 2009 © Clint Spaulding/PatrickMcMullan.com/Sipa Press/Newscom

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Dr. Hedy Teppler (center, foreground) and her research team at Thomas Jefferson hospital in Philadelphia, PA. 1996. © Michael Mally/Philadelphia Inquirer/Newscom. Teppler and her team worked with early volunteers to test the efficacy and feasibility of the drug Crixivan.

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AIDS patient David Freeman with some of the 112 pills he was taking daily to fight the disease, 1997. © Randy Bazemore/Miami Herald/Newscom

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(L-R) Dr. Jim Horton talks to HIV-patient Steve Dalrymple during an office visit to pick up medication, 1996. © David T. Foster III/The Charlotte Observer/Newscom. Dairymple was diagnosed with HIV back in 1986.

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Tanya Strickland cries as she hugs nurse Karen Gold of the Children’s Hospital’s HIV program in Oakland, California, 1988. Strickland, the first child to enter the hospital’s HIV program, is transitioning to a new adult program in a different hospital. © Bob Pepping/Contra Costa,Times/Newscom

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April Donahoo of Riverside, California, cries while sitting at the panel of the AIDS quilt that commemorates her father, Doyle Donahoo, in Pasadena, California, 1995. © AP Photo/Eric Draper

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The AIDS quilt during its visit in Washington, DC, 1987. © Susan Steinkamp/CORBIS