Administrative records, articles of incorporation, correspondence, awards and recognitions, bumper stickers, event flyers,
programs, photographs and other materials, 1966-1995, from the Committee for the Eradication of Syphilis (CES); as well as
personal papers and photographs from CES founder, Vernon C. Mitchell. CES was the first free clinic in Los Angeles for homosexuals
with sexually transmitted infections (STI).
The Committee for the Eradication of Syphilis, Inc. (CES) was founded in 1967 by Vernon C. Mitchell in Los Angeles, California.
CES was the first free clinic for homosexuals with sexually transmitted infections (STI). CES was honored by various city,
county and state entities in California for community involvement and accomplishment in venereal disease awareness. Vernon "Mitch" Mitchell was born Clarence Vernon Mitchell on December 18, 1926 in Los Angeles, California.
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