Tag Archives: Rosemary Leary

ACID BODHISATTVA: THE HISTORY OF THE TIMOTHY LEARY ARCHIVES DURING HIS PRISON AND EXILE YEARS, 1970-1976 (Part One)

How a scholarly hippie got pulled into the orbit of the psychedelic revolutionary whom then-President Nixon labeled “the most dangerous man in America” Lisa Rein conducts the first in-depth interview of Timothy Leary’s longtime archivist, Michael Horowitz Interview 1: December 1969 – November 1970 LR: How did you become Timothy Leary’s personal archivist? MH: I […]

Never Before Published Transcript of a Conversation Between John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Timothy Leary and Rosemary Leary – at the Montreal Bed-In, May 1969

Copyright 2012 Dr. Timothy Leary’s Futique Trust Michael Horowitz, Tim’s longtime archivist and contributing editor to this website, has brought us this transcript from a tape recording of a conversation between Timothy and Rosemary Leary and John Lennon and Yoko Ono, which he found buried in his personal archives. From Michael: “Back in 1984, Tim […]

1970’s News Clipping of Rosemary’s “Conspire-In Blowout”

Michael Horowitz thought we might enjoy a few tidbits from his own personal archives… This picture on the left was published on March 25, 1970. We’re not sure what the publication was. From Michael: “Rosemary did a benefit for Tim after his bail was taken away in an Orange County courtroom. Tim was jailed, and […]