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Roy Rogers And Trigger With A Polio Victim In Pittsburgh Photograph - Roy Rogers And Trigger With A Polio Victim In Pittsburgh by Unknown

Roy Rogers And Trigger With A Polio Victim In Pittsburgh is a photograph by Unknown which was uploaded on November 5th, 2011.   The photograph has colors ranging from desert sand to dark gray and incorporates roy rogers and trigger with a polio victim in pittsburgh, roy rogers, and trigger design themes.

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Wow does this bring back memories ! When I was growing up we were neighbors with Roy & Dale :) Your gallery always amazes me !

Unknown replied:

Thank you, Bob! Interesting connection too.

What a touching photograph !! lfv tg

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Thank you, Deyanira!

Love it. Congrats on the sale. l/f

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Thanks, Patricia!

Congrats Sarah.

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Thanks, Kathleen!

Congrats on your sale!

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Thanks, Kay!

Congratulations on your sale, Sarah.

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Thanks, Sabine!

congrats on your sale

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Thanks, Jeanne!

Congrats on your sale!

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Thanks, Robyn!

Fantastic work Sarah!! Congratulations on your well deserved sale:)) sharing

Unknown replied:

Thanks, Robyn!

Congratulations Sarah!

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Thanks, Marcello!

Great work!!! congratulations x

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Thanks, Clare!

Congrats on your sale!

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Thanks, Laurie!

Congrats on your sale Sarah.

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Thanks, James!

This is fabulous Sarah; congrats!!!

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Thanks, Pamela!

I knew this was a great piece to buy.!!..........so happy for you Sarah.!!...............wm

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Thanks, William!

congrats on your sale!

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Thanks, Joan!

What an incredible image and story Sarah!

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Thank you, John!

This mant the world to this young lad at this time..................Roy was always a great guy....................................wm

Unknown replied:

He really was a very charitable man and it did mean a lot to the boy and to his family.

Congrats on your sale Sarah!!!!

Unknown replied:

Thanks, Marvin!

Congrats on your sale !!!!

Unknown replied:

Thank you, Making Memories Photography!

The greatest threat to children of this era--polio--and two of our finest heroes--Roy Rogers and Trigger--all in one beautiful image. I do hope this dear boy lived to experience all the joys of life. This is a Favorite. Congratulations on your sale!

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Thanks, Connie!

Wow! This picture brought me to tears before I ever read the description, and is even more meaningful with your personal words of history and family. Polio was thriving in those years. I am for any beautiful moments those children may have had. And Roy Rogers and Trigger lived in the hearts of all children of that day! What memories and the photo is a great vintage work! v/f

Unknown replied:

Thank you, Lenore!

How touching and sad. You have a treasure haul of wonderful vintage and historical photographs. It does my heart good to see people preserve their family history and help us understand life better. It was so hard back then and to see how wonderful it was to have celebrities try and ease the burdens of others. LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing. L/F/ pinned to fb

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Thank you, Donna. I've always loved this picture and am very happy to share it. Roy Rogers was an enormously generous man and made a great difference in so many lives. I'm sure his visit to the hospital with Trigger touched many other families as well.

Such a awesome photo and have memories to share...........v.

Unknown replied:

Thanks, Beverly!

super art work , f l

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Thanks, Mark!

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