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HAL Named after Hal Chase, a character in Jack Kerouac's "On the Road".(Same as...
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DODGE Named after "Dodge Hall", a place where Beat poets held poetry reading....
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KEN Named after Ken Weaver, member of the legendary rock band "The Fugs".A...
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RAY Named after Ray Bremser, the beat generation poet who studied poetry in...
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MICHAEL-T 47 Named after the Beat poet Michael Mcclure.A continuation of the...
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MICHAEL-T 49 Named after the Beat poet Michael Mcclure.A continuation of the...
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CRANE-T A poet who continued to write many stylish and avant-garde poemsA unique...
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BIRDLAND   Size: 46-24-145 Materials: acetate (front) acetate (temple)...
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AMRAM Named after the Jazz French Horn player David Amram. A petite panto frame...
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AUDEN Named after Wystan Hugh Auden, one of the greatest poets of the 20th...
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JONAS Named after the Lithuanian-American filmmaker, Jonas Mekas, known as the...
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WALDRON  Named after the soul jazz pianist Mal Waldron. A modern take on the...
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BUTLER  Named after the Butler Library where many Beat authors...
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NELSON Named after the American author Nelson Algren, internationally acclaimed...
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ROMNEY   Size:47-21-142 Materials: titanium...
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MARLTON Named after the Marlton Hotel, a place where many Beat artists and...
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CARAVAN  Named after "Cafe Caravan" where many Beat poets would gather for...
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RIVIERA Named after one of Jack Kerouac's favorite bars the Cafe Riviera.Same as...
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JOYCE (SUN) Named after Joyce Johnson, an author who one an American Book Award...
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FIFTIES Names after the literature magazine "The Fifties", produced by the poet...
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