EXHIBIT | They Were Really Us: Opening Reception + Self-Guided Tours
They Were Really Us: The UCSF Community’s Early Response to AIDS highlights ways individual professionals affiliated with UCSF acted to address HIV/AIDS following its outbreak in the 1980s. Their responses included working in and with the larger San Francisco community – and continue to impact HIV/AIDS care and research today. All materials in this exhibit are drawn from the AIDS History Project collections preserved in the UCSF Archives and Special Collections.
Join the UCSF Archives and Special Collections for the opening reception and self-guided tours on October 1st, 2019 from 12 to 1pm at the Parnassus Library, Main Floor.
This exhibit will be on display on three floors (first, third, and fifth) of the UCSF Library at Parnassus through September 2020. They Were Really Us was curated by Sabrina Oliveros with assistance from Mauricio Velasco and designed by Mark McGowan.
Location: UCSF Library, 530 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94143
This Exhibit Opening Reception is brought to you by UCSF Archives & Special Collections. Free and open to the public. Refreshments provided while supply lasts.
Archives Month (October 2019)
Join UCSF Archives & Special Collections in celebrating the value of historical records and the preservation of the past in the advancement of health worldwide. Keep tweeting us throughout the month @ucsf_archives with your comments and questions!
Archives Month events:
- Oct 2: #AskAnArchivist Day
- Oct 3 - 4: Memory Lives On Symposium: Documenting the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
- Oct 18: In Whose Best Interest? Children, Aspirin Poisoning, and the Pharmaceutical Industry, 1947-1976 | Archives Talk
- Tuesday, October 1, 2019
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- Living Room - Main Floor