Nancy (Bunny) MacCulloch was a lifelong activist and community partner, serving as an active participant and board member
to several organizations including the Southern California Women for Understanding, Connexxus, and the West Coast Lesbian
Collections. She and her partner June Mazer founded and maintained the June L. Mazer Archives until her death. She was also
an accomplished film editor and avid collector. This collection includes personal correspondence, materials from her editing
companies, articles and drafts written for newsletters and obituaries.
Bunny MacCulloch was born Nancy Winifred MacCulloch on August 13, 1928 in Salem, Massachusetts. A public figure even at a
young age, she starred in school plays and won prizes for oration. She majored in journalism at Vermont Junior College in
Montpelier for two years before traveling throughout Europe.
5 document boxes (2.5 linear ft.)
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