4 edition of man who turned on the world. found in the catalog.
man who turned on the world.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HV5805.H65 A3 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||73016274|
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Leary Flies His Jolly Roger From the Ivy Tower 4. The Exile's Re-Return 5. The Millbrook Happenings 6. London on My Mind 7.
The New Heresy 8. Where the Wild Things Are 9. The Man Who Turned On The World: The Life Of Michael Hollingshead Robert Barry, October 19th, Michael Hollingshead was the man who first gave LSD to Timothy Leary – and by his own account, also to a host of other celebrities, from Paul McCartney to Roman Polanski and Charles Mingus.
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The man who is pleasing to God must become rich; the fruits, which hitherto have fallen only to the lot of him who. The Man Who Turned on the World Michael Hollingshead Contents 1. A Lovin' Spoonful 2.
The Harvard Happenings 3. Leary Flies His Jolly Roger From the Ivy Tower 4. The Exile's Re-Return 5. The Millbrook Happenings 6. London on My Mind 7. The New Heresy 8. Where the Wild Things Are 9. A Gram is Worth More Than a Damn The Man Who Turned on the World Michael Hollingshead is transferred to the record.
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Having been told by Aldous Huxley to talk with Timothy Leary, and having subsequently given Leary his first LSD trip, Hollingshead’s notoriety was assured. The Man Who Turned on the World Michael Hollingshead He was open and honest and a man for whom the invisible world was obviously visible.
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