|Photos taken by Harry when he went to visit him there (Jim's sophmore year?)
|At Tierney's - summer '74
With Liz and Julie - this is a day or two
either right before or after the canoe trip
|Canoe trip - summer '74
Feather is playing the oar paddle to Bachman
Turner Overdrive's "Takin care of Business"
|Bag, Tier, Rob, both Feathers, Hogie & Harry
Hear a comment from Hogie (or read it)
|* * At the Bicentennial in Philly - July 4th (Sunday), 1976 * *
* * sitting on the wall, drinking grain alcohol * *
Hogie sleeps on a park bench.
Notice T in background.
|* * and singing 'God Bless America' * *
Hear a benchwarming comment from Hogie
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audio files, click here to read them.
Right: Feather and Bogie (Doug Wakefield) the
Howie picks next-door neighbor Feather as one of his ushers
|At Mardi Gras '76
Cut was extremely drunk here, and wanted to take his pants off, but Feather urges him to show a little restraint.
Revolutionary War hero descendants?
|Brother Mike Featherstone ...
Left: Mike Feather was also at the Bicentennial
Below: MF and his amazing frisbee on a warm
December day in 1979 in front of the Gross' house.
See a shot of Mike during the race riots at Morristown
High School here, (he's in the back, looking directly
past the cop)
|You can check out either of Mike's first novels
(make that Michael, as his writing name is Michael Featherstone, not Mike Featherstone) at iuniverse.com. On the Bookstore tab on the menu, type in either the auhor name or the name
of either of his two novels in the search box to bring them up.
To whet your whistle or, if you're too cheap to actually buy his book like some of us are, you can read a few pages by clicking here. And if you like what you read and are still too cheap to buy his book, you can read it in its entirety on-line at iuniverse.com (someone should tell him about this). Just remember that Mike's wife and two kids will appreciate your financial help so they won't have to visit the soup kitchens as often.