Support the Shulgin Collection
Make a contribution to support the archiving of Dr. Alexander Shulgin's resources
Alexander and Ann Shulgin are well-known elders who have been working in the field of psychoactive research for decades. They have a large collection of both primary and secondary physical materials that need to be organized, archived and made publicly available. We are seeking $25,000-$50,000 for this project to support scanning and processing costs. Donations can be made either through Erowid Center, or directly to the Shulgins.
Donate to the Shulgin Collection Project at ErowidTargeted contribution to support the Shulgin Collection Project can be made through Erowid Center at a minimum of $500 per donation. These targeted contributions are earmarked specifically for this project. Donations made through Erowid Center are 100% tax-deductible in the United States.
Donate Directly to the ShulginsContributions can also be made directly to the Shulgins through PayPal. There is no minimum donation value for direct contributions and they are NOT tax-deductible. (Erowid is not involved in any way with donations made directly to the Shulgins.)
About The Shulgin CollectionAfter several years of consideration and preparation, the first two ofAlexander Shulgin's lab books have been scanned and put online. The lab books contain detailed experience reports about a wide variety of substances, as well as notes on chemical processes, formulas, sketches, and hand-drawn graphs.
When funding appeared for the project, the Shulgins' trusted assistants, gregM and Tania, began the labor-intensive process of redacting the names of individuals whose privacy should be protected. As the project evolves, more printed materials from Sasha and Ann's files will be scanned and posted online. Additional funding is needed.
Erowid is seeking volunteers to transcribe the texts into our Experience Vaults and edit the images to provide more contrast and make them more readable. If you would like to help with this project, please volunteer at Erowid.org/volunteer.
Funds are also needed to pay assistants to help with organizing, scanning, and processing Sasha's personal files. Please consider making a contribution to the Shulgin Collection project!