We’re announcing the publication of the AIDS Treatment News (ATN) digital collection.
The collection includes a sampling of the ATN records that we house at UCSF. ATN is a publication created by John S. James that investigates and reports on both conventional and experimental treatments for HIV/AIDS and related social and political issues. It began publication in 1986.
This collection is made possible through the generous support of an NHPRC grant from the National Archives.
The digital collection includes ephemera, photographs, and documents that illustrate AIDS-related activism and ATN’s operations.
Notable material includes images of the 1988 protest at the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) offices in Washington, DC, flyers related to the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, and ACT UP San Francisco material.
View the complete digital collection on Calisphere. Contact us to visit the reading room and work with the ATN records.