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Items associated with name 'Holloway Family'

Bessie Holloway Papers

by Holloway, Bessie (1890 – 1988)

15 boxes,  5 oversize folders (18.5 linear feet)

The Bessie Holloway papers consist of personal papers, documents from the Samuel Chase Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, genealogical research files on the Holloway family (and relatives), and name indices. It is primarily comprised of handwritten notes and reproductions of documents related to Holloway family members, which were likely maintained to support her 1985 book, Holloways of the Eastern Shore and descendants near & far, 1066-1985 : including Adkins, Davis, Dennis, Godfrey, Hudson, Jones, Kenney, Long, Massey, Mumford, Parker, Parsons, Perdue, Shockley, Thompson, Wright, and others.

Associated Subjects: Genealogy • Holloway Family • Voyages and travel
Identifier: 1988.001
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Charles E. Holloway papers

by Holloway, Charles (1903 – 1913)

3 folders (0.03 linear feet)

The papers of Charles E. Holloway documents a series of financial transactions from 1903 to 1913 through business and tax receipts, including transactions with George Bounds & Company, and other local Wicomico County, Maryland companies.

Associated Subjects: Holloway Family • Agriculture • Farm Life
Identifier: 1991.010
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Lynn Perry papers

by Perry, Lynn (1880 – 1960)

9 boxes,  2 oversize boxes (6.75 linear feet)

The Lynn Perry papers document his military service as an officer in the American Expeditionary Forces and a Lieutenant Corporal in World War II, as well as his personal interests in genealogy, the Mason-Dixon Boundary Line, and the Civil War with materials dating from 1880-1960, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1910-1945. Materials within the collection include his diary and a series of photographs from World War I, a World War II scrapbook documenting his work during a top secret mission in Alaska. In addition to the military service of Lynn Perry, his papers also include a scrapbook documenting Margaret Perry’s political career as President of the Pennsylvania Federation of Democratic Women.

Identifier: 2008.130
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment