By Patrick "Stoney" Bousquet
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Tue, 24 Sep 2002
I was 27 or 28 when this photo was taken. It was taken by Bud "Thom" Bresh who was the Corriganville photographer. He took it in his home against a blank wall. Many thanks for the honor. I have copied it and will put it in my Corriganville scrapbook, which I'd better get started on.
Oh, by the way, the shirt I am wearing was made by made by N. Turk (who was located on Ventura Blvd. in Encino, California), and was worn by Roy Rogers in the movie "In Old Cheyenne." It was given to me by "Black" Jack O'Shea in the early 1960s. On the label is stamped "Roy Rogers." Roy confirmed the shirt's authenticity and said that it was a studio shirt that he wore at the time of the movie and the studio stamped his name on the label.