Left to right: your blogger; my father, Peter Taylor; my sister, Katie Taylor. In fictionalized form, Katie was featured in the story “Je Suis Perdu,” which was written probably a couple of years before this picture was taken (the story came out in 1958). Absent from picture: my mother, Eleanor Ross Taylor (she didn’t swim).
Peter Taylor’s parents, Hillsman and Katherine Taylor, in 1958.
His older brother, Robert, in 1943.
Sally Taylor Fitzhugh, one of his two older sisters, in 1959.
Dr. Tom White, on clarinet, second from right, a loyal friend of his youth in Memphis, circa the late 1960s.
Peter Taylor and Director Steven J. Ross, whose film of “The Old Forest” appeared on Arts and Entertainment Network with Taylor as voice-over narrator.
Peter Taylor and Dr. Dick Crampton, heart doctor and friend, to whom In the Miro District was dedicated “in appreciation for an extension of time.”