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Black & white postcard photo of the John L. Holland house, 455 E. Walnut. John Holland, brother to C. B. Holland and grandfather of Catherine McElhaney, is standing on the front porch.

Black and white enhanced portrait photo of Colley Blondville Holland, who served in the Seminole War,and was Lt. Col. In the Phelps Regiment and Brigadier-General in the Missouri State Militia during the Civil War. He married, first, Matilda Dale, second, Brittonia Hamilton.

A photo of Holland School.

A photo of Holland after-school program.

A black and white photo of Holland school.

A black and white photo of Holland School.

A photo of Holland interior view new type elementarty school.

A black and white photo of Holland School career education.

Public square, transportation, Springfield Traction Co. Holland Banking Co., At this time the public square is paved with paving bricks. There is evidence of controlled parking on the square. The street car is an electric trolley.

Photocopy of newspaper article about Mrs. John L. Holland.

A black and white photo of chech presented to Holland School for fund raised through Dillons Food For Thought project.

5-1/2" x 6-1/2" (including mount) sepia tone photoprint of group of 11 men and women photographed outside, wagon in background. Some names listed on back.

Society photo for newspaper of 12 women at Drury College: Jean Rubenstein Mace, Margery Long Wilson, Nancy Holland Chalfant, Suzanne Holland, Pat Mc Queen, Betty Cole Dukert, Joe McCloud, Catherine Johnson Muetzel, Carolyn Compton Fay, Robert Lohmeyer, Guest - Mrs. Xavier Heer, Pouring - Jean Jewell.

Brown wooden board covered on one side with badly frayed green felt. 383 small metal plug tobacco labels have been nailed to the board in rows. Some are missing. Made by James Holland Keet at about age 12 (b. March 23, 1884).

Two checks for the purchase of 5000 German Marks by Anna L. Keifer from the Holland Banking Co., in Springfield, to the Deutsch Bank in Berlin.See 1996-59-1-2 for more information.

A black and white negative of trolley line service truck at Holland Banking Co., view east of St. Louis. See Trans. B1, F29 for print.

Black and white photo, mounted on cardboard, of the NW corner of the Springfield Public Square at Boonville Ave. A street car is approaching Boonville Ave. with the Holland Bank Building in the background.

Color postcard photo of the Springfield Childrens Home, a brick building on a 3 acre lot at Pickwick Place, Cherry St. & Pickwick Ave. Virginia Holland & the Friends in Council women's club founded the home.

Black and white postcard photo of the aftermath of the1913 fire on the Springfield Public Square. Photo shows ruins of the Heers building, where the fire started, with the Holland Bank in the background

metal change tray. It is an advertisement for The National Exchange Bank. There is a drawing of a five story building on the front. The printing says: "The National Exchange Bank capital and surplus $130,000. Interes paid on balance in savings department. Your business solicitied, Springfield, Mo. The officers listed are N.M. Rountree, president; M.T. Davis, Vice-president; L. Holland, vice-president, M.C. Baker, cashier; J.B. Russell, assistant cashier. The Exchange Bank was organized in 1885 when John B. Noland, John Holland and Lee Holland organized it. It later became known as the the National Exchange Bank.

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