061212_aids_quilt_004.dng

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Deneice Garland stores panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt at its headquarters. The quilt, at 54 tons, now has over 5700 12' X 12' panels encompassing about 80,000 names of people whose lives the disease has claimed, said Gert McMullin, the quilt's production manager. McMullin, who says she has lost about 300 friends to AIDS, was one of the two original volunteers that started the quilt in San Francisco and she moved along with it to its present home in Atlanta.
Deneice Garland stores panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt at its headquarters. The quilt, at 54 tons, now has over 5700 12' X 12' panels encompassing about 80,000 names of people whose lives the disease has claimed, said Gert McMullin, the quilt's production manager. McMullin, who says she has lost about 300 friends to AIDS, was one of the two original volunteers that started the quilt in San Francisco and she moved along with it to its present home in Atlanta.
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