Judith Saunders was a registered nurse and advocate for gay and lesbian rights. This collection contains materials that document
Judith Saunder's research and work as a registered nurse, as well as her involvement in LGBT organizations. Included are newsletters,
organizational documents, meeting minutes, survey materials, reports, fliers, ephemera and fundraising material, primarily
from the June Mazer Lesbian Archive and Southern California Women for Understanding. Also included are research materials
compiled by Saunders, as well as articles and research conducted by Saunders, primarily concerned with HIV/AIDS and lesbian
Judith Saunders (1939-) was a registered nurse and advocate for gay and lesbian rights. Saunders received her bachelor’s degree
from the University of Cincinnati, her master’s from Boston University, and her doctorate from UCSF. Saunders was an assistant
professor of nursing at USC, as well as an assistant research scientist at the City of Hope Medical Center in Duarte, CA.
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