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Thomas McGovern (b. 1957)
Hope Sandrow with A&HC participants working on What We Need/What We Wish, 1991
Gelatin silver print
Collection of Hope Sandrow

John Ahearn (b. 1951), project artist
Rigoberto Torres (b. 1960), project artist
Ernestine and Three Friends, 1992 
Acrylic on plaster
New-York Historical Society, Gift of Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, 2016.63a–d

John Ahearn (b. 1951), project artist
Study photograph for Ernestine and Three Friends, 1992
Color instant prints (Polaroids)
New-York Historical Society

Installation view of Ernestine and Three Friends and The Resume Project: Positions Wanted/Opportunities Needed in On the Way Home: Projects from the Artist & Homeless Collaborative, Henry Street Settlement Visual Arts Gallery, 1993. Courtesy of Hope Sandrow

Exhibition opening, On the Way Home: Projects from the Artist & Homeless Collaborative, Henry Street Settlement Visual Arts Gallery, 1993. Courtesy of Hope Sandrow

Kim Hopper (b. 1949)
Fort Washington Armory, 1982
Courtesy of the photographer

Peter Cohen (b. 1955)
Coalition for the Homeless poster, 1990
Offset lithograph
Collection of the artist

Park Avenue Armory Shelter for Homeless Women
Notice to residents, 1993
Collection of Hope Sandrow

Unidentified photographer
Pepón Osorio (b. 1955), project artist
A&HC participants: Gerti Celestin, Dianne Dobrin, Brelzie D., Maxine Langsdrum
Pepón Osorio and Dianne Dobrin with Homeless Blues, 1990
Courtesy of Hope Sandrow

Carson/Keppel, designers; Visual AIDS (founded 1988), publisher
A&HC participants: Amy, Brelzie, Gerti Celestin, Claudia, Edna Diaz, Dorothy, Cachi Gonzalez, Harparkash Kaur, Maxine Langsdrum, Lucille Lee, Pearl, Polly Anne, Shirley Satchel, Olivia Simpson, Geraldine Womack
Self Taught/Self Represented: Homeless Women and AIDS poster, 1990
Offset lithographCollection of Hope Sandrow

Unidentified photographer
Armory ribbon bee, ca. 1992
Courtesy of Visual AIDS

Guerrilla Girl “Alice Neel,” project artist
Anonymous A&HC participants
“I can survive on the street” poster, 1992
Collection of Robin Tewes

Unidentified artist
Julia D’Amario (b. 1960), project artist
Self-portrait, 1992
Park Avenue Shelter Portraits
Hand-colored copperplate print
Collection of Judith Shea

Kiki Smith (b. 1954), project artist
A&HC participants: Barbara Caffrielli, Jackie Davis, Yvonne Dawson, Alice Dodson, Vassie Jordan, Charlene Logan, Florence McKenzie, Ellen O’Donnell, Gwen Overton, Theo Sharps
Untitled, 1992
Photocopy transfer on Nepal paper
Collection of Hope Sandrow

A&HC participants at 69th Regiment Armory
Hope Sandrow (b. 1951), project artist 
Michael Boodro, project artist
What I Need/What I Want (selected section), 1994
Polaroids, marker, acetate
Collection of Hope Sandrow 

Annie Faye Wilson-Rodgers (b. 1943)
Francis Palazzolo (b. 1960)
Annie, Black Woman for President, 2019
Colored pencil on paper
Courtesy of Francis Palazzolo

Creative: Tronvig Group