William Alexander Graham
Colonel, United States Army - Writer
at Chicago, Illinois, January 23, 1875, he was a student at Beloit College
Academy, 1891-93 and 1893-94; Stanford University, 1894-96; LLB, University
of Iowa, 1897; admitted to the Iowa Bar, 1897 and was in general practice
of law, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1897-1902; and in Des Moines, 1902-16.
He served as Captain, Infantry, Iowa, National Guard, 1912-17 and on the Mexican Border, 1916-17; as Major, Judge Advocate's Department, United States Army, 1920. He was promoted to Colonel in 1931 and retired from the Army in 1939.
He was decorated with the Mexican Border Service Medal, Victory Medal with Meuse-Argonne and Defensive Sector bars. He was the author of "The Story of the Little Big Horn," 1926; "The Custer Myth," 1953; "Abstract of the Reno Court of Inquiry," 1954.
He died on October 8, 1954 and was buried in Section 2 of Arlington National Cemetery.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM ALEXANDER
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