"Timothy Leary was a professor at Harvard University when he began experimenting with psilocybin, acid, and other hallucinogens. His test subjects included prominent Bohemian luminaries like Thelonious Monk, Aldous Huxley, Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs, and Jack Kerouac. After running low on beatniks, he switched to prison inmates, homeless people, and religious students. Leary argued publicly that hallucinogens could be used to treat personality disorders, but ultimately these beliefs got him booted from Harvard." 
In July 2011 the "Timothy Leary archives acquired by the NY Public Library".
- Former Director, Association for Cultural Evolution
- Founder, International Foundation for Internal Freedom (IFIF) – later renamed the Castalia Foundation
Resources and articles
- Peggy Hitchcock - friend
- Robert A. F. Thurman
- Frank Barron
- Ralph Metzner
- Gerald Heard
- Walter Bowart - publisher
- About, Timothy Leary, accessed November 11, 2011.