The diary of Bobbi Campbell, nurse, nurse practitioner student, and self-identified "AIDS Poster Boy." Campbell was one of
the first, and most public People with AIDS (PWA's), speaking at numerous conferences and other events. The diary runs from
July 1983 through February 1984 and is a very frank description of his life and activities during these seven months. Numerous
snapshots are also included in the collection.
Bobbi Campbell was born January 29, 1951. He was "thirty-one and a half" when he started this journal on July 28, 1983.
He was one of the early men diagnosed with AIDS. Bobbi Campbell worked as a nurse and then sought further training as a nurse
practitioner. Campbell also lectured and appeared at conferences and symposia as the "AIDS Poster Boy," and was active with
the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
Number of containers: 1 box
Linear feet: .25
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