Visit Kerouac House Page
UCF undergraduate history student project scanning the Jack Kerouac House
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Visit Kerouac House Page

Courtney laser scanning
Courtney Laser Scans Kerouac House Interior

Please visit the new Jack Kerouac House project page!  This page documents the work of UCF undergraduate history student Courtney Verna-Brown during a Directed Independent Research course. While the Kerouac House in College Park itself is not Mid-Century architecture,  Jack Kerouac is a literary leader of the 1950s.

 

We would like to thank the Jack Kerouac Project Board of Directors for permission to scan the Kerouac House and special thanks to Terry Ann Thaxton and Geoff Benge for their coordination and onsite assistance.