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Horowitz (Michael and Cynthia) Collection on Psychedelics
BANC MSS 2023/235  
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The Michael and Cynthia Horowitz collection on psychedelics contains letters, manuscripts, inscribed offprints and photographs of notable psychedelic scientists, researchers and counterculture figures associated with personal psychedelic drug experimentation. See scope and contents notes throughout the finding aid for additional information.
Michael Horowitz (b. 1938) is an historian, archivist, and writer. Raised in Brooklyn, he moved to San Francisco in 1967, and then to Vancouver in 2006. He served as Timothy Leary's archivist from 1970 until Leary's death in 1996. This work involved both preserving and disseminating Leary's works. Cynthia Palmer Horowitz (b. 1940) is a director and actress, known for The Darwin Awards (2006) and AIDS Video Project (1987).
3.5 linear feet (2 cartons, 2 flat boxes, 1 box)
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Collection is open for research.