NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt - Sam Mandina, Carol Martzett, Tom Peterson, Rev. Jan Cross and Terry Sweeney

Standing left to right Sam Mandina, Carol Martzett, Tom Peterson, Rev. Jan Cross, and Terry Sweeney all holding up the quilt panel they made for their friend Jonathan Schneider for the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. Schneider was a calligrapher, so the panel includes a quill pen., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections
Abstract/Description: Standing left to right Sam Mandina, Carol Martzett, Tom Peterson, Rev. Jan Cross, and Terry Sweeney all holding up the quilt panel they made for their friend Jonathan Schneider for the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. Schneider was a calligrapher, so the panel includes a quill pen.
Subject(s): Sexual minorities -- Nebraska -- Omaha
Queer Omaha Archives
Photographs
Tag: Miss Love
Tag: Terry Sweeney
Date Created: circa 1987
1987

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