March on Washington, 1987: NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt

Close-up image of NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt at the 1987 unveiling on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. showing panels made in honor of Gary Walsh, an individual from Topeka, Kansas whose name is indecipherable, and Dean Hanna [Each individual 3' by 6' quilt panel is the size of a human grave]., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections
Abstract/Description: Close-up image of NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt at the 1987 unveiling on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. showing panels made in honor of Gary Walsh, an individual from Topeka, Kansas whose name is indecipherable, and Dean Hanna [Each individual 3' by 6' quilt panel is the size of a human grave].
Subject(s): Sexual minorities -- Nebraska -- Omaha
Queer Omaha Archives
Photographs
Tag: March on Washington
Date Created: 1987-10-11

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