Psychedelic Review. Issue Number 1. Summer [June] 1963. Cambridge, MA. Mock-up of the front cover for this publication. Done on a sheet of tracing paper adhered to cardboard; measuring 14” x 18”, black type, non-repro blue pencil, brush strokes of “white-out” and featuring a striking hand-drawn black illustration of a burning wheel. Significant association as the publication was both conceived and edited by Dr. Paul A. Lee. A unique piece of history. From the magazine’s ‘Statement of Purpose’: The Psychedelic Review is designed to serve as a forum [for a discussion of] the effects of psychedelic substances [upon] medical and psychological research and the far-reaching implications for many issues in the sciences and the humanities.