The Quilt...It Makes You Think.
21 in HIGH x 18 in WIDE
(53.34 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Printed on the right edge at the bottom: "copyright (c) 1994 the NAMES Project Foundation".

Poster printed on white paper. At the top are four images, 2x2, of people creating or looking at quilt squares, tinted red, orange, green and blue. At the cente rof the images is a yellow block with "My Name Is Duane Kearns Puryear. / I Was Born On December 20, 1964. I / Was Diagnosed With AIDS On Sept / ember 7, 1987 at 4:45 pm. I was 22 / Years Old. / Sometimes It Makes Me / Very Sad. I Made This Panel Myself / If You Are Reading It, I Am Dead..." Above and below the box is "the quilt... / it makes you think." in white. On the top edge is "The Entire Quit Covers An Area Larger Than 12 Football Fields. It Weighs More Than 35 Tons." On the left edge: "The AIDS Memorial Quilt Contains Nearly 30,000 Panels. Each Panel Measures 3 Feet By 6 Feet." On the rigth edge: "Quilt Panels Are Made By Friends And Families To Remember People Who Have Died Of AIDS." At the bottom of the images is "One In Four New HIV Infections Occurs In Someone Under 23 Years Old." The bottom edge is white with logos for the program, US Department of Health and Human Services, and the CDC.
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