Furthur and furthur
There they attended a publication party for Kesey's new novel, Sometimes a Great Notion, checked out the World's Fair, and paid a visit to Timothy Leary and his associates at the Millbrook estate of Peggy, Billy and Tommy Hitchcock, heirs to the Mellon fortune.
They arrived in New York City in mid-July 1964 and were introduced to Jack Kerouac at a fateful party. Details of the trip came to be chronicled by Tom Wolfe in The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test ...
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