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Physicians and Aids oral history collection, 1994-1998

Project: Physicians and Aids oral history collection,
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Phys. Desc. :Transcript: 7186 pages Sound recording: 215 sound cassettes
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Scope and Contents

The collection is comprised of interviews taken for Ronald Bayer and Gerald M. Oppenheimer's book AIDS Doctors: Voices from the Epidemic. The collection's narrators are: Donald Abrams, Donald Armstrong, Arnaud Bastien, Robert Bolan, Carol Brosgart, Jerry Cade, Leonard Calabrese, James Campbell, Lisa Capaldini, Richard Chaisson, Mardge Cohen, Robert L. Cohen, Marcus Conant, Mary Cooke, Deborah Cotton, Judith Currier, William L. Drew, Wafaa El-Sadr, Margaret Fischl, Stephen Follansbee, Gerald Friedland, Alvin Friedman-Kien, Donna Futterman, Eric Goosby, Michael Gottlieb, Jerome Groopman, Howard Grossman, Ronald Grossman, Hunter Handsfield, Margaret Heagarty, Margaret Hilgartner, Martin Hirsch, Harry Hollander, King Holmes, Elizabeth Kass, Donald Kotler, Sheldon Landesman, Jeffrey Laurence, Alexandra Levine, Harvey Makadon, Peter Mansell, Kenneth Mayer, John Mazzullo, Herman Mendez, Donna Mildvan, Howard Minkoff, Janet Mitchell, James Oleske, Joseph O'Neill, Stosh Ostrow, William Owen, Robert Redfield, Arye Rubinstein, Neil Schram, Gwendolyn Scott, Robert Scott, Peter Seitzman, Peter Selwyn, Victoria Sharp, Renslow Sherer, Frederick Siegal, John Stansell, Barbara Starrett, Ramon Torres, William Valenti, Charles Van der Horst, Anita Vaughn, Paul Volberding, Joyce Wallace, Joel Weisman, Daniel William, Constance Wofsy, Peter Wolfe, David Wright, and Abigail Zuger.


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