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Series I: Correspondence, 1945-1971
This series consists of letters sent to Kerouac by friends and associates, as well as letters sent by Kerouac to fans and admirers. This series also consists of a few letters about the author sent to and from Kerouac’s family and acquaintances. These include 35 letters of William Burroughs to Jack Kerouac which deal with his daily life and thoughts in Louisiana, Mexico, and Morocco, with his writings and those of Kerouac, and with their mutual friends including Allen Ginsberg. Several examples of Burroughs' experimental prose are included.
Arrabel, Fernando to Kerouac,
Burroughs, William to Allen Ginsberg,
Burroughs, William to Kerouac
Giroux, Robert to Ellen Lucey,
to Elbert Lenrow,
to Ellen Lucey,
Kerouac, Stella Sampas (Mrs. Jack) to Ellen Lucey, 1969-1971 (4 letters)