An article on the Peabody House in Portland, started by Portland philanthropist
An article on the Peabody House in Portland, started by Portland philanthropist Frances "Frannie" Peabody when she was 81, after she lost a grandson to AIDS. Peabody House opened its doors as the first AIDS hospice in Maine in 1996, and currently has has 15 employees and six residents. The face of AIDS is ever changing at the hospice. Staff and residents tell their stories. Frannie Peabody died in 2001, at the age of 98.
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Misslin, Jessi, "An article on the Peabody House in Portland, started by Portland philanthropist" (2002). Maine News Index – Salt. 339.
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