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Some of the images from our 2004 Fall tour to the East Coast.

Ferlinghetti with the Beatmobile in Big Sur.
John Takes a break at Lock Haven University.
Liam is a reporter for KRON TV in San Francisco.
Garland Reads Howl.
Reading from the Books at Fairfield Public Library.
John Discussing Neal's demise.
Jerry, Garland and John at Lakota East High School in Ohio.
The Beatmobile arrives at Fitton Center for Creative Arts.
The Fitton Center Youth.
Diana SMS Librarian created a terrific on site exhibit.
Jack Kerouac's type writer is on display in Lowell, MA
John at David Amram's Farm in Peekskill, NY
David Amram sitting in the Beatmobile in Lowell, MA
One of our messages to students is to "Speak your own Truth."
Telling the story of the Howl obscenity trial.
400 Lakota High School students are enraptured with the presentation.
The Lakota High School yearbook editors
An English class visits The Beat Museum displays.
John telling stories about Jerry Garcia.
In the hallways of Lakota East High School.
The Beatmobile at SUNY Geneseo, NY
The Beat Museum display panels at the Fairfield Lane, Ohio Public Library.

On the marquee at The Madison Theater, Covington, KY

John tunes his guitar at the Nakomis High School Gymnasium. Newport, ME
These young people wanted to know the history of The Beats.
The girls of Saint Mary's in Raleigh, NC.
John talks about his father The Wild One.

Bringing Jack Kerouac to life on stage.

Reading the museum panel displays with interest, in Covington, KY
The house that Jack was born in is at 9 Lupine Road in Lowell, MA
The Grotto from Dr.Sax fame in Lowell, MA
Reading spontaneous prose in the gymnasium in Newport, ME
The Nittany Lion, guards the Beatmobile at Penn State
Awaiting the arrival of the students at Lakota East High School.
Students visiting the Beatmobile at Lock Haven University.
Preparing for Art Splash in Rockaway, NY
John takes Neal on a visit to Kerouac's grave.
McClure and Dylan visit Lowell
Kerouac's rucksack is on display in Lowell, MA
Jack went to Lowell High School, yellow building on left.
Neal attended East Denver High School.
The Colburn Hotel in Denver where Carolyn Robinson met Neal Cassady.

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