At Vicarage Road there is at this photograph of Graham leading out the Watford team before the 1984 FA Cup final. 'Don't I look young?' he said.
Graham's FA coaching badge.
The 1975-76 Lincoln City team that scored 111 league goals on their way to the Fourth Division championship.
Graham on the steps outside Villa Park during a trip back to the club he managed twice.
In the black and white stripes of Grimsby Town in 1964.
Cuttings from the Grimsby Telegraph giving notice of Graham's debut for the Mariners. This is from one of a number of scrapbooks Graham kept during his playing career.
Graham with Elton John, the chairman who brought him to Watford. In 1977 Vicarage Road was in as run-down a state as the club.
While Graham was writing the book, Watford named a stand at their Vicarage Road home after him.
Graham carefully snipped one of the three lions badges off his England blazer.
Scunthorpe Grammar School's under-13 football team for the 1957-58 season. Captain and centre forward Graham Taylor sits front and centre.
A cutting from the Lincolnshire Echo from one of Graham's scrapbooks.
Throughout his career, Graham kept notebooks and diaries. This is the first page of his 'England diaries' with the handwritten squad list for his first international against Hungary in September 1990.
The handwritten resignation note that brought Graham's managerial career to an end in May 2003.
One of the first things Graham did after becoming England manager was to visit clubs in the First Division. Sometimes he was invited to take a training session, as he was at Southampton in July 1990.
Ready to head to the FA's headquarters at Lancaster Gate on his first official day as England manager.
At a reunion dinner with the 1975-76 title-winning Lincoln City squad.
Graham with journalist Lionel Birnie, who worked with him on the book, at Lincoln City's Sincil Bank.
Grimsby Town's badge, taken from one of the first team shirts, and kept in Graham's collection.
At an appropriately-named amusement arcade on the seafront at Cleethorpes.
Graham during a visit to Grimsby Town's Blundell Park.
The Taylor family shortly after moving into their new home in Mandeville Close, Watford, in 1977.
The Taylor family ready for Watford's FA Cup final appearance in 1984.
Lincoln City's line-up in the summer of 69. Graham is in the back row, second from the left.
Graham, Elton and the Watford squad celebrate promotion to the Second Division in 1979.
At his desk in the manager's office at Villa Park.
Graham flanked by his staff at Lincoln City – Bert Loxley on the left and George Kerr on the right.
A coachload of friends and family came down from Scunthorpe to support Watford in the 1984 FA Cup final.
Graham with his father Tom in the press box at Scunthorpe's Old Showground in April 1978. Graham's Watford side are celebrating promotion from the Fourth Division.
A double act that was to rebuild and define a football club. Graham and Elton at Watford's Vicarage Road in June 1977.