We don’t have the scroll in our collection, but the New York Public Library does have a massive Jack Kerouac archive, in the Berg Collection of English and American Literature. Included are drafts of writing, notebooks, journals, and even items relating to Kerouac’s fantasy baseball team!
Right now you can see a page from a manuscript of On the Road, featuring a mention of Hector’s Cafeteria, at the NYPL’s Lunch Hour NYC exhibition.
Jack Kerouac’s On the Road. The poet typed on a scroll for three weeks in the spring of 1951.