WW2 US Army LT. General's tunic, hat ,documents, named

group consists of tunic of a 3 star general named Floyd L. Parks, o.s. cap with gold bullion braid , glider patch, with silver marked 3 stars on other side, copies of his history, war records, photos a book given to him by Major General Emil Reinhardt commander of the 69th infantry division in WW2 [ Parks was 2nd in command at that time] , bronze award given and inscibed to him in Berlin in 1945, given by another general [ he was in charge at the close of the war ] brief history as follows: 1918 1st lt, in Tank corps, US Army 1919-1941 tank postions 1941-42 secratary, General staff, 1942-43 deputy chief of staff, all ground forces 43-44 2nd in command 69th Infantry division 44-45 Chief of Staff 1st Airborne Army, 1945 commander 1st Airborne in Berlin 1953 commanded 2nd Army etc, silver glider wings, marked lots of history every thing excellent except roesette missing off lower left ribbon bar [ you can see w it went] and one upper button missing his stars are marked sterling individually patches are 2nd army left shoulder 1st airborne on right tunic is dated and named 1953 great historical outfit was in tanks until 1942, was Patton's training officer in 2nd armour brigade