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HIV infections--Social aspects--United States

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Hon's Diary

Identifier: SC 01450
Content Description Hon’s diary includes 146 handwritten pages and 7 pages typed via email between June 1994 and January 1996. Hon describes his life while living in California, recording experiences regarding platonic and romantic relationships, drug and alcohol use, international travel to Indonesia and Hong Kong, immigration, HIV/AIDS, and the process of self-discovery. Hon’s entries are influenced by his intersectional identity as a gay male Asian immigrant living in the United States. Hon utilizes this...
Dates: 1994-1996

Joseph J. Casale, Jr. Diary

Identifier: SC 00730
Scope and Contents

Diary, 1997 of Joseph J. Casale, Jr. (1957-2008) who was HIV / AIDS infected at the time he wrote his entries. Casale, who describes himself as someone who likes "men mostly, but ...also love(s) women" mainly writes about the reaction of family and friends to his disease, and his struggle to come to terms with his terminal illness. In the back of the diary he sketched out his will. The entries cover about 15 pp.

Dates: 1997

Lawrence D. Griffith papers

Identifier: UA 5.086
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of scrapbooks and HIV/AID awarness educational materials created by Lawrence Griffith from the 1990s through 2009. The collection also includes copies of Griffith's website "" Griffith composed an introduction for the collection, which is available in box 1.Extracts from his introduction include:"The scrapbooks that I have given to the College represent my life as a professional, middle-class, middle-aged, completely...
Dates: 1994-2009