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THE TERRY SEVIGNY SCOTT COLLECTION

       

 

 

 

        Theresa Scott, formerly Terry Sevigny, was secretary for the Sons of the Pioneers from 1948-1952. After that time, she did part time work for Tim Spencer "because the Sons of the Pioneers had The Lucky U Ranch Show and the ad agency handled their mail. " She married in 1959 and moved to Albuquerque, "keeping in touch with the Spencers and seeing the Sons on P. A. tours in the area."

        "Whereas Tim wrote at the office (some unpublished lyrics), none of the Sons kept files there. Hal Spencer donated a lot of Tim's memorabilia to the Western Music Association's silent auctions. I couldn't afford to bid on my own typed work so took snaps of some which interested me, Republic's letter of termination, for instance, with thought of enlarging it sometime."

        She is sharing her collection of photos with Calin Coburn and, via the Bob Nolan website, the world. Most of the captions are hers.

 

Fan Club Newspapers

RCA Luncheon, 1946 in Philadelphia

Bob Nolan's Sailboat

Pages from Terry's Scrapbook

 

 

 

 

 

Bob Nolan in front of the State Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut. October 9, 1945

 

 

1942

Pat Brady, Hugh Farr, Lloyd Perryman, Roy Rogers, Bob Nolan, Karl Farr and Tim Spencer

 

 

1942

Karl Farr, Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan, Roy Rogers and Hugh Farr

 

 

1942 on the Republic set

Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer, Hugh and Karl Farr, Roy Rogers, Lloyd Perryman, Pat Brady and George "Gabby" Hayes

 

 

 

 

 

 

1942

Bob Nolan, Hugh Farr, Tim Spencer, Pat Brady, Karl Farr and Lloyd Perryman

 

 

1943

Hugh Farr, Pat Brady, Roy Rogers, Karl Farr, Lloyd Perryman, Bob Nolan and Tim Spencer

 

 

1943 from "King of the Cowboys"

Tim Spencer, Pat Brady, Karl Farr, Smiley Burnett, Lloyd Perryman, Roy Rogers, Hugh Farr and Bob Nolan

 

 

1943 New York City, Roy Rogers Rodeo

Top: Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer and Ken Carson

Bottom: Pat Brady, Karl Farr & Hugh Farr

 

 

1943

Top: Karl & Hugh Farr, Pat Brady

Bottom: Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan and Ken Carson

 

 

1943

Top: Karl & Hugh Farr, Pat Brady

Bottom: Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan and Ken Carson

 

 

Note the sketches by Olaf Wieghorst

 

 

Note the sketches by Olaf Wieghorst

 

 

1943

Top: Tim Spencer, Hugh Farr, Karl Farr and Ken Carson

Bottom: Bob Nolan, Roy Rogers and Pat Brady

 

 

1943

Karl Farr, Bob Nolan, Hugh Farr and Pat Brady

Bottom: Ken Carson, Roy Rogers and Tim Spencer

 

 

1944

Top: Hugh and Karl Farr

Bottom: Ken Carson, Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan and Shug Fisher

 

1944 Hollywood Canteen

Shug Fisher (off camera left), Hugh Farr, Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan, Ken Carson and Karl Farr

 

 

Big Bear Lake, CA

1945

Preparing the launch Bob Nolan's 18-ft. sailboat, Maní.

Far side: Karl and Hugh Farr

Near side: Ken Carson, Bob Nolan, Shug Fisher and Tim Spencer

 

 

 

Launching Bob Nolan's sailboat at Big Bear Lake, CA

1945

Shug Fisher, Ken Carson, Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan, Hugh and Karl Farr

 

 

 

Republic Pictures' "Utah", 1945

Singing Bob Nolan's Five Little Miles.

 

 

Production still from Republic Pictures' "Man from Oklahoma", 1945

Roy Rogers is calling a square dance.

 

 

Production still from "Don't Fence Me In", 1945

 

 

Production still from "Song of Arizona", 1946

Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan, Roy Rogers, Ken Carson and Karl Farr

 

 

RCA luncheon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1946.

 

 

Entertainment after the September 1946 RCA luncheon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Hugh Farr, Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan, Lloyd Perryman, Karl Farr and Pat Brady

 

 

Entertainment after the September 1946 RCA luncheon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Hugh Farr, Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan, Karl Farr and Lloyd Perryman

 

 

Rodeo, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1946

Lloyd Perryman, Hugh Farr, Bob Nolan and Pat Brady

 

 

Velma & Tim Spencer, Martha Retsch, Emma Hackett, Hugh Farr, Pat Brady, Karl Farr, Bob Nolan, Lloyd Perryman and Sons of the Pioneers secretary, Terry Sevigny.

Rodeo Fans of America Banquet, Philadelphia (Roy Rogers on the dais)

September 14, 1946

 

Closeup of Bob, Lloyd and Terry

(Martha Retsch Collection)

 

Chicago Rodeo, October 10-27, 1946

Back: Jack Spaulding (bareback bronc champion), Col. Jim Eskew (arena director), Jess Like (steer wrestling champion), Roy Rogers (rodeo producer), Wayne Loukes (saddle bronc champion), Arthur Wirtz (executive VP Chicago Stadium), Jeff Goodspeed (calf roping champion), Tuffy Williams (bull riding champion).

Front: Pat Brady, Hugh Farr, Lloyd Perryman, Madonna Eskew, Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer, Mickey Clements. (Karl had to catch a plane.)

 

 

Tim Spencer, Hugh Farr, Bob Nolan, Roy Rogers, Lloyd Perryman and Karl Farr at the Las Vegas, NV, locale for "Heldorado", 1946
 

 

 

 

1946 Sons of the Pioneers Reunion after the War.

 

 

1946 Sons of the Pioneers Reunion after the War.

 

 

1946 Sons of the Pioneers Reunion after the War.

 

 

1946 Sons of the Pioneers Reunion after the War.

 

 

1946 Sons of the Pioneers Reunion after the War.

 

 

The Rosalie Allen Radio Show, June 1947, New York City

Back: Lloyd Perryman, Bob Nolan, Pat Brady and Tim Spencer

Front: Karl Farr, Hugh Farr (plugging the Roy Rogers Thrill Circus, Polo Grounds) and Rosalie Allen

 

 

On the Old Spanish Trail, 1947

Tim Spencer, Lloyd Perryman, Bob Nolan, Roy Rogers, Jane Frazee, Karl Farr, Hugh Farr and Pat Brady

 

 

 

 

Terry Sevigny and Bob Nolan at the Cowboy Park, Newhall, CA, 1948
 

15th Anniversary Tour, April 1949

Top: Hugh Farr, Tim Spencer and Bob Nolan

Bottom: Karl Farr, Lloyd Perryman and Pat Brady

 

 

15th Anniversary Tour, April 1949

Back: Karl Farr, Tim Spencer, Lou Mitnick (program sales) and Bob Nolan

Front: Lloyd Perryman, Hugh Farr and Pat Brady

 

 

15th Anniversary Tour, April 1949

Martin Wagner (advanceman), Lloyd Perryman, Bob Nolan, Karl Farr, Manager, and Pat Brady

Note: Gee June is not in this photo. See complete photo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1949 Christmas card to fans

 

 

1949

Hugh Farr, Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan, Pat Brady, unidentified lady, Karl Farr and Lloyd Perryman

 

 

1949

Back: Hugh Farr, Bob Nolan, Pat Brady and Karl Farr

Front: Tim Spencer, unidentified lady and Lloyd Perryman

 

 

1949 The Sons of the Pioneers NBC Radio show

(from the 15th Anniversary Tour Publicity Kit)

Hugh Farr, Pat Brady, Karl Farr, Tim Spencer, Bob Nolan and Lloyd Perryman

 

 

1949 Lineup

Back: Hugh Farr, Ken Curtis, Bob Nolan and Lloyd Perryman

Front: Shug Fisher and Karl Farr

 

 

1949 Lineup

Clockwise from Bob Nolan at the top: Karl Farr, Lloyd Perryman, Shug Fisher, Hugh Farr and Ken Curtis

 

 

1950 Christmas card to the fans

 

 

An unwell Bob Nolan, escorted at Tim's request, by secretary Terry Sevigny to the car.
San Fernando Valley, 1950

 

The Sons of the Pioneers star for recording/radio was placed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on September 24, 1976

Location: between Sycamore and Le Brea

 

 

 

 

Fan Club Newsletters 1949-1952

 

Photocopies of Terry's Scrapbook

 

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