Collection contains AIDS-related material from the early epidemic in San Francisco.
Dr. Richard Andrews is a psychiatrist and was an advocate for gay medical causes in the early AIDS epidemic in San Francisco,
California. Until his retirement he had a private psychiatric practice consisting largely of gay men. He served as consultant
in psychiatry for the Children's Home Society of California and the Social Security Administration in San Francisco. Furthermore,
he played a significant role as a physician and member of Bay Area Physicians for Human Rights, a gay physicians organization,
during the early AIDS epidemic.
0.5 linear ft. (1 box)
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