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Responding to AIDS - Home   |    About this Exhibit - Introduction   |    AIDS Emerges   |    Poised to Respond   |    New Programs: Working Together   |    Responding to Fear   |    The AIDS Prevention Project   |    A Leader in Research, Education, and Housing   |   
|    Expanding Outreach   |    Needle Exchanges   |    The AIDS Omnibus Act: New Mandates   |    Safer Sex: The New Normal?   |    The Legacy   |    Gallery   |    Oral Histories   |    References and Resources


Oral Histories

Robert Wood and Tim Burak from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interview and discussion between Dr. Robert Wood and Tim Burak on June 3, 2016, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic


Frank Chaffee from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by Tim Burak on January 14, 2016, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.


Sharon Hopkins from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by Lawrence Knopp on September 10, 2015, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.


Hunter Handsfield from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by Lawrence Knopp on September 4, 2015, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.


Patricia McInturff from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by Lawrence Knopp on September 4, 2015, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.

Gary Goldbaum from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by David Reyes August 14, 2015, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.


Robert Wood from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by David Reyes on August 20, 2015, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.


Ann Downer from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by Michael Brown on August 15, 2015, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.


Tim Burak from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by Michael Brown July 7, 2015, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.


Karen Hartfield from King County Archives on Vimeo.

Interviewed by Michael Brown July 1, 2015, for the King County Archives' oral history project on the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health's early response to the HIV-AIDS epidemic.


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Responding to AIDS

An exhibit and oral history project from the King County Archives.

Content warning: The archival records featured in this exhibit discuss sexual behavior and illegal drug use. Please direct questions or comments to archives@kingcounty.gov

Copyright King County Archives, Seattle Washington, June 2016.


 

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Please note: This exhibit features historical materials relating to HIV/AIDS. For current health information, please visit Public Health, Seattle & King County - HIV/AIDS and STD Prevention and Education.


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Oral histories produced with support from a 2015 4Culture Heritage Projects Grant.