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Erickson Educational Foundation

Series consists of the records related to the EEF, which was in operation from 1964 – 1984. Reed was the founder and director, and determined the focus of providing support to transsexuals, as well as various New Age organizations and research. Content of this series includes: office administration, EEF properties and finances, brochures and pamphlets for the EEF and associated organizations, mailing lists, Erickson Educational Foundation Newsletter and materials associated with the composition, EEF Projects, grant applications, subscriptions and brochures received by the EEF, correspondence with professionals and organizations for Key K Conference of 1984 (regarding the drug Ketamine /Ketalar), correspondence with individuals asking for advice, and documents regarding EEF's involvement with ONE Inc. and ISHR.

Reed Erickson and affiliated entities financials

Series consists of personal and corporate financial records. Personal financial documents include: an examination of finances by Chartered Accountant Jan Lindsay in 1983, cash flow statements, accounts and expenses for children Seth and Monica, multiple personal back account statements, and tax returns. Erickson's affiliated entities with financial documents in this series include: FAESA, Gauguin Inc., Wyoming Inc., and Inversiones del Angel. Series also includes 1961 patent to Rita A. Erickson of Southern Seating Corporation, documents relating to property management, stock book for Inversiones del Angel, and oil leases. Personal and business financial documents are conflated in this series, reflecting Erickson's organization and use of accounts. Accounts for corporations such as Inversiones del Angel and Wyoming Inc. were used for both personal reasons (ex: clothes shopping) and corporate (ex: payroll).


Reed Erickson was a litigious person, involved in many legal suits throughout his life. The large quantity of legal records present in this fonds reflect this involvement. The legal battles that produced the bulk of records include: suits against Dorr Legg and One Inc., suits against Royal Viking Line, and divorce from third wife Eva. Many legal cases initiated by Erickson were continued and settled by daughter Monica after the instalment of conservatorship in 1987. The legal records series consists of three sub-series: the Milbank Estate litigation, general legal records, and the conservatorship of the estate of Reed Erickson.


Series consists of records relating to Erickson's personal life. Includes personal medical records, photographs of family members and pets, artistic expressions, documents pertaining to the running of the Erickson households, publications collected by Erickson, and recordings of music and interviews. The Personal series is divided into four sub-series: biographical, medical, and other personal records; writings, musical compositions, and artworks; personal assistants, staff, and administration; and published works and audio-visual materials.

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