Gunther’s Tap Room

One of Kerouac’s watering holes when he was living with his mum in Northport. Main Street, Northport, NY

For more information see: http://www.longislandpress.com/2012/03/01/jack-kerouac-the-long-island-years/

 

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3 Responses to “Gunther’s Tap Room”
  1. Richard Marsh says:

    Wow, what a demeaning way to “honor” Kerouac. I can’t believe the Northport Historical Society would actually endorse that. Thanks for shooting it. Maybe post it in the group J, for discussion?

  2. Joanne Demaree says:

    Wow…….let’s piece history together to include only that which others feel is “history worthy” or not demeaning. I can’t believe you think it is demeaning because someone drank somewhere! I would like to get Jack’s opinion on that!!

  3. JHaeske says:

    Thanks for both of your comments, don’t really know myself where I stand on this, but I was happy to see that sign anyway.

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