Recollections: STORIES FROM The House on Millcreek As Told by James R. Harding
This book is part autobiography and part genealogy. It is the story of Jim Harding's first seventy years from childhood through early retirement. It includes an ancestral search of both he and his wife. His intent is to leave the work unfinished so that his children and their children can add to the story.
The story follows a fascinating military career that spans twenty-seven family moves across four continents followed by nine plus years of insight into an International Organization.
This is Jim's second published works. His first - "First Posting" is dedicated to his wife, Vicki, and places her in a fictional 1890's role as a "soldier's wife."
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Recollections: STORIES from the House on Millcreek As Told by James R. Harding
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