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Accompanied Chase to Mexico in 1951, where he studied at Mexico City College, but they separated shortly afterwards.

Virginia returned to New York and worked as a guitar-playing folksinger in Greenwich Village as Ginny Mayhew, using her mother's maiden name.

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In 1945 he transferred to Harvard University for graduate study in Far Eastern languages. Studied psychology, literature and philosophy at the University of South Florida.

Met Kerouac when Jack moved from Northport to St Petersburg in September 1964.

Studied the Japanese martial art Aikido in 1961 and became the director of the New York Aikikai 1963-64, although often taking side jobs as a belly dancer at a Greek night club to help pay the rent. Twice married: to Charles Morisette, 1937, and Paul Blake, 1945. Lived in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, and Orlando, Florida with her second husband and son, where Jack and his mother frequently visited.

Separated from her husband Paul in 1964, and a few months later died of a heart attack.

Gabrielle Kerouac's stepmother, marrying her father Louis L'vesque in Nashua, 1904, and having two children by him; Loretta (1905) and Robert (1907).

After Louis' death in 1911, she remarried to Peter Adamakis in 1917 and moved to Brooklyn, New York, where Jack lived with her while attending Horace Mann School, 1939-40.

Born Jacksonville, Florida, to fruit-picker parents. Grew up in the Bronx, New York, trained as nurse but became secretary/ bookkeeper.

Hung around Greenwich Village early 1950s and was friend of painter Iris Brody. Was the "junkey girl" with whom Kerouac had brief affair in New York, as mentioned in his letter to Ginsberg, dated early May 1954 in Jack Kerouac: Selected Letters, Vol.1.

Went on to study at Yale University, and the Sorbonne in Paris.

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