This collection was donated by Carole Angela "Angie" Lewis after she was interviewed by Sally Smith Hughes as a part of her
oral history series
The AIDS Epidemic in San Francisco. It consists primarily of conference materials, correspondence and writings by Lewis, concerning her educational work on
HIV and AIDS from 1982-1991. There are no personal or biographical papers in the collection.
Angie Lewis was one of the major nurse educators working with AIDS education for health professionals and the greater community
from the first rumors of a new gay disease through its growing presence in the heterosexual community. Lewis worked specifically
in AIDS education; she did not treat AIDS patients. She did this work for approximately 13 years from 1981-1994. Unlike many
others active in the early AIDS advocacy community, Lewis came into the work as a health professional, and not as a rights
activist. Lewis served on the Kaposi's Sarcoma Research and Education Foundation (later the San Francisco AIDS Foundation)
Board from 1983-1985. She also spoke at, and worked on organizing committees of, a number of AIDS conferences and symposia,
as well as lecturing for UCSF classes and community groups. Lewis retired from nursing in 1994 to move to Sonoma County and
open a restaurant with her life partner.
Number of containers: 1 box
Linear feet: .5
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