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Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Columbia University
535 West 114th Street
New York, NY 10027    


Letters from Kerouac to Ginsberg and other acquaintances; letters from William Burroughs to Kerouac; proofs for the novels Desolation Angels and Tristessa; incomplete manuscripts of other published works; as well as short prose, poems, and artwork make up the extensive Kerouac papers held at Columbia.

 


Harry Ransom Center

The University of Texas at Austin
300 West 21st Street
Austin, TX 78712


Within the major collections of Beat writers are proofs for Desolation Angels and Visions of Cody, Kerouac's journal from the time period related in the first pages of On the Road , excerpts from Visions of Cody proofs, and more than 200 letters to and from Cassady, Ginsberg, and others. Also of interest is the complete archive of Jack's Book: An Oral Biography, which includes more than 50 hours of taped interviews with Kerouac's friends and colleagues.

 


The Newberry

Chicago's Independent Research Library
60 West Walton Street
Chicago, IL 60610


The Malcolm Cowley collection contains more than 25 Kerouac letters, most to Malcolm Cowley, along with a few brief manuscripts.

 

 

Special Collections & University Archives

Stanford University

Green Library
Stanford, CA 94305


Kerouac's correspondence with Gregory Corso and Allen Ginsberg and two student papers written for a twentieth century literature course at the New School are among the Kerouac items held at Stanford.

 


Special Collections

Peter J. Shields Library
University of California at Davis
100 NW Quad
Davis, CA 95616


The Gary Snyder Papers contain more than 30 letters written by Kerouac to Snyder.

 

           


The Jack and Stella Kerouac Center for the Public Humanities

University of Massachusetts Lowell
Lowell, MA 01852


Founded in 2005 with generous support provided by Kerouac Estate Executor John Sampas. Its purpose is to strengthen the interdisciplinary study of American culture by facilitating ties between the fields of English, history, philosophy, cultural studies, art, music, sociology and economics

 

 


UMASS Lowell Library

Center for Lowell History

Patrick J. Mogan Cultural Center
40 French Street
Lowell, MA 01852


Oral history interviews with family members and childhood and adult friends comprise this collection in Kerouac's hometown.

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