From the plaque:
This bronze was commissioned for the Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum from an original sculpture created by the Colonel’s daughter, Margaret, in 1954. She persuaded her father to sit for the bust while he was detained during a snowstorm in Salt Lake City, Utah. An identical bust holds a place of honor and respect on a monument at the Colonel’s gravesite in Louisville.
“You can see in his eyes the concern of a worried parent…his feeling that my time would be better spent in the Kitchen, learning to fry chicken, than through the pursuit of art…yet, at the same time, a touch of pride in watching me capture his likeness”