The journal of Jym Robear details his struggles to come to terms with two major issues in his life: his identity as a gay man and his mental illness. Some pages include drawings made by Robear.
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James W. "Jym" Robear, Jr. lived in Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont. He struggled with Schizophrenia and died of AIDS in 1989.
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