Neal and Carolyn Cassady’s house

These photos show the house in which Neal and Carolyn Cassady lived from 1949 to 1952. Jack Kerouac  stayed with them a few times, the longest of which was a 6-month stint in which he worked on ‘On The Road’ ‘Dr Sax’ and ‘Visions Of Cody’ (according to Bill Morgan’s ‘The Beat Generation in San Francisco’). Apparently he stayed in the attic, so conditions must have been quite cramped – it’s a rather small house. The address is 29 Russell Street, Russian Hill, San Francisco, CA

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One Response to “Neal and Carolyn Cassady’s house”
  1. Unsungpoet says:

    That’s the one! Awesome little house…I just simply love what you are doing here!…Very inspirational…

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