Excellent Greg, I did not know what the book was called, its been so long seeing the book. One of my boys tore the rebel flags out and he must have departed with the book. Inside it had pictures of General's uniforms.
Flags with pictures:
3rd La, 1st Ark Cav (Dobbin's), King's 20th/22nd Ark, 5th Va, 17th Ms, 3rd Ark, 15th La, 28th Va (1st flag), 36th Va (1st flag), 14th Ms (beautiful painting of Lady liberty and Jeff Davis, center of flag (was cut out by color bearer at Fort Donaldson) 8th Ark (1st nat), 27th Sc (different pattern then any other) 26th Sc, 6th Sc, 16th Ms, 8th Va (silk early war)
30th Ark, 4th MI, 6th Ark, 6th Ms, 38th nc, 47th nc, 18th Ga (lock of hair from a 5th ny zouave) attached to flag. 14th nc, 3rd Al, 14th La, 1st or 3rd nc, 38th nc, 11th Al, 60th Va (has crossed bayonets on flag). 1st Tn (Maney's) Van Don flag, 24th Al (blue with white cross), northwest 15th Ark (1 of 3 regiment's called the 15th Ark) (18th Ill captured it at Port Gibson), 1st Fl batt'n, 57th Ga, 6th/15th Texas (big light green with white moon in middle), 13th La, 3rd Tn, 7th Ms (lost flag at Jonesboro, Ga), 18th Tn, 14th Ms, 12th La, 22nd La, 38th Al, 1st/15th Ark, 16th Al, 33rd Al, 1st Sc (blue silk), 14th Va cav batt'n (Princess Anne Cav), 1st Cherokee Mounted Rifles (Cherokee Braves on flag) 1st Al,
32nd Al, Austin's Batt'n La ss, 17th Tn, 6th/7th Ark, 8th Ark, 4th nc, and many other non-regimental flags in this book.
Glad someone knew what this book was called.