Subject files, manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, photographs and ephemera of Isaac Bonewits (1949–2010), writer, lecturer,
and liturgist with considerable influence on the American Neopagan and Earth religion movements of the late 20th century.
Philip Emmons Isaac Bonewits (1949–2010) was a writer, lecturer, and liturgist with considerable influence on the American
Neopagan and Earth religion movements of the late 20th century. Bonewits first became involved with Neopaganism while an undergraduate
at UC Berkeley, where he joined the Reformed Druids of North America. He went on to become the University of California’s
first—and, to date, only—graduate to receive a degree in magic.
21.25 linear feet
(17 cartons, 1 oversize box)
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