Indianapolis museum to display letters sent to AIDS victim

FILE - In this July 9, 1988 file photo, AIDS activists, Ryan White, left, Jason Robertson, center, and British pop singer Elton John appear together at "For the Love of Children" benefit for children with AIDS and other serious illnesses in Los Angeles. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is planning a public exhibit displaying thousands of letters that people sent to Ryan White, a Kokomo, Ind., teenager who died of AIDS nearly 27 years ago. (AP Photo/Alan Greth, File)

On this July 9, 1988 file photo, AIDS activists, Ryan White, left, Jason Robertson, center, and British pop singer Elton John appear together at “For the Love of Children” benefit for children with AIDS and other serious illnesses in Los Angeles. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is planning a public exhibit displaying thousands of letters that people sent to Ryan White, a Kokomo, Ind., teenager who died of AIDS nearly 27 years ago. (AP Photo/Alan Greth, File).
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is planning a public exhibit displaying thousands of letters that people sent to Ryan White, a teenager who died of AIDS nearly 27 years ago. Read more:

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