MS/150/1: Individual Archives

MS/150/1: Individual Archives

 

Sub-communities within this community

Recent Submissions

  • Brenner, Malcolm; Brenner, Robert (Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University, Archives and Special Collections, 2019, 1991)
    An interview with Robert (aka Frederic Lamond), a Gardnerian Wiccan, computer consultant, and author. Robert reminisces on his early interactions with Gerald Gardner, being initiated into his coven, and Wicca, Jesus, and ...
  • Brenner, Malcolm; Kinyon, Lezlie (Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University, Archives and Special Collections, 2019, 1991)
    This documentary begins with a protest of Z. Budapest speaking about witchcraft at the St. Theresa Public Library in San Jose, California on July 12, 1986. What follows are formal and informal interviews of Pagan leaders ...
  • Artemisia Press; Clifton, Chas; Currier, Mary; Metzger, Deena; Dow, Carol; Heming, Greg; Brennan, Carrie (Artemisia Press, 1986)
    Iron Mountain was Chas Clifton’s attempt to bring together the “professors and the practitioners” into a single source and provided an avenue for the Wiccans and Pagans being studied to respond to research being done on ...
  • Artemisia Press; Clifton, Chas S.; Currier, Mary; Bonewits, P.E.I.; Holt, Rochelle Lynn; Harrow, Judy; Valiente, Doreen; Kelly, Aidan (Artemisia Press, 1985)
    Iron Mountain was Chas Clifton’s attempt to bring together the “professors and the practitioners” into a single source and provided an avenue for the Wiccans and Pagans being studied to respond to research being done on ...
  • Chas S., Clifton; Currier-Clifton, Mary; Currier, Mary; Carson, Phil; McNierney, Michael; McNierney, Patrick; Cuellar, Jose; Blerkom, Van; Miller, Linda; Artemisia Press (Artemisia Press, 1985)
    Iron Mountain was Chas Clifton’s attempt to bring together the “professors and the practitioners” into a single source and provided an avenue for the Wiccans and Pagans being studied to respond to research being done on ...
  • Clifton, Chas S.; Currier-Clifton, Mary (Artemisia Press, 1984)
    Iron Mountain was Chas Clifton’s attempt to bring together the “professors and the practitioners” into a single source and provided an avenue for the Wiccans and Pagans being studied to respond to research being done on ...