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This is how AIDS victims see themselves

Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1989

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 92 x 61 cm.

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Red, white, and black poster. Most title text at top of poster. Visual image is a silhouette of a human figure with a target superimposed, as if for shooting practice. Phrases surrounding silhouette list problems faced by people with AIDS including loss of hope, family, friends, job, home, insurance, and faith. Final title word below illustration. Note and sponsor information at bottom of poster, along with an AIDS hotline number.

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<p>Red, white, and black poster.  Most title text at top of poster.  Visual image is a silhouette of a human figure with a target superimposed, as if for shooting practice.  Phrases surrounding silhouette list problems faced by people with AIDS including loss of hope, family, friends, job, home, insurance, and faith.  Final title word below illustration.  Note and sponsor information at bottom of poster, along with an AIDS hotline number.</p>
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This is how AIDS victims see themselves

Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1989

<p>Red, white, and black poster.  Most title text at top of poster.  Visual image is a silhouette of a human figure with a target superimposed, as if for shooting practice.  Phrases surrounding silhouette list problems faced by people with AIDS including loss of hope, family, friends, job, home, insurance, and faith.  Final title word below illustration.  Note and sponsor information at bottom of poster, along with an AIDS hotline number.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 92 x 61 cm.

ABSTRACT

Red, white, and black poster. Most title text at top of poster. Visual image is a silhouette of a human figure with a target superimposed, as if for shooting practice. Phrases surrounding silhouette list problems faced by people with AIDS including loss of hope, family, friends, job, home, insurance, and faith. Final title word below illustration. Note and sponsor information at bottom of poster, along with an AIDS hotline number.

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