The scoresheets used to be stored in an old box but when I got my first engine I decided to put them all in a database titled "My Best Games." It was a horrifying experience because some of them that I thought were well played were actually riddled with errors, but there were a few good ones and this game was one of my better efforts.
I am not sure what my opponent's rating was at the time this game was played but he went on to become a USCF Senior Master with a rating of over 2400. Today his rating has fallen off a lot, but he has a USCF Life Master title. For many years he earned a living playing chess and tutoring. What I do remember is that he irritated a lot of people but I found him to be a really nice guy when we looked at the game afterward. These days I think he is pretty much retired and lives in Texas. This game turned out to be a pleasant surprise because it was fairly well played except for my blunder at move 48 which threw away the win.