The Memories Continue
Stories of My Youth, Tributes to Prisoners of War Local Artist and Prominence of the Woodson Lewis Family.
The book contains stories of the author's youth in a small Kentucky town in the 1940's and 1950's. He relates an array of experiences both funny and serious. In addition, he presents the agonizing details of torture in German and Japanese prison campe in WW ll for two soldiers from his home town, then a tribute to two local artists with extrodinary talents and finally perserves the lineage and heitage of a prominent family whose contributions to the community are unequaled.