Memories of a Colonel, a first-person account of a young boy born in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1927 who would eventually become a leader of men. It is a life told with much detail, sometimes humorous, often sobering, always enthralling. There are football games, youthful exploits, gripping details of battles and the grim aftermath, friendships, love, family, travel, and making a home wherever he was in the world. This book, written and completed in 1984 by the man who lived it, was set aside and forgotten about until he and his wife rediscovered it thirty years later. It as a 6×9, 363-page paperback book, divided into sections illustrated with photographs of the Colonel and also of his wife and family. This book retails for $20 with proceeds going to the Dallas County Museum in Fordyce, Arkansas.