Peter Orlovsky e Allen Ginsberg, Cidade de Nova York, 30 de dezembro de 1963. Allen queria usar esta imagem em seu livro "Nothing Personal", mas seu advogado e seu editor o convenceu de que seria muito controversa.
Christopher Isherwood (1904 – 1986) was an Anglo-American novelist. Born in Los Angeles, California, Don Bachardy was the life partner of writer Christopher Isherwood, whom he met on Valentine's Day 1953, when he was 18 and Isherwood was 48. They remained together until Isherwood's death in 1986. A number of paperback editions of Isherwood's novels feature Bachardy's pencil portraits of the author. A film about their relationship, titled Chris & Don: A Love Story, was released in 2008.
On the Road: book cover: designed by Angus Hyland
Janet Kerouac (1952 - 1996), the only daughter of Jack and Joan Haverty Kerouac
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Robert Colquhoun won a scholarship to study at the Glasgow School of Art, where he met Robert MacBryde with whom he established a lifelong gay relationship and professional collaboration, the pair becoming known as "the two Roberts". Robert Colquhoun died, an alcoholic, in relative obscurity in London in 1962. MacBryde moved to Dublin, where he was killed in a traffic accident in 1966. Their friend Anthony Cronin describes them with respect and affection in his memoir Dead as Doornails.