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Holland mss., 1781-1953

Summary Information

Repository
Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)
Lilly Library
Indiana University
1200 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405-5500
Phone: 812-855-2452
Fax: 812-855-3143
Email: liblilly@indiana.edu

Creator
Holland family

Title
Holland mss., 1781-1953

Collection No.
LMC 1575

Extent
2,172 items

Language
Materials are in English.

Abstract
The Holland mss., 1781-1953, consists of correspondence and papers of three generations of Holland family physicians from Bloomington, Indiana: Philip Calphy Holland, 1840-1929, his son, George Frank Holland, 1871-1936, and his son, Philip Todd Holland, 1905-1973. The collection also contains letters and papers, 1892-1950, of Ernest Otto Holland, 1874-1950, son of Philip Calphy Holland and president of Washington State College, Pullman, Washington, 1916-1945; letters and papers, 1812-1858, of Levi Luther Todd, 1791-1867, judge and son of General Robert Todd, 1754-1814; and letters and papers, 1851-1901, of Levi Luther Todd, 1830-1901, son of Judge Levi Luther Todd and physician of Paris, Illinois, and Indianapolis, Indiana, whose daughter, Margaret Ashby Todd, married George Frank Holland in 1904.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Biographical Note

Career of Philip Calphy Holland: born, Dec. 25, 1840, at Mt. Sterling, Indiana; son of Gustav and Catherine Jane (Whitmore) Holland; attended Hartsoule College; served in Civil War, Sept. 1861-Sept. 22, 1864; studied at the Medical College of Ohio, Cincinnati, and attended lectures at the Commercial Hospital of Cincinnati and the Hospital of the Good Samaritan, 1867-1869; 1869, married Ann Atlanta Chittenden of Switzerland County, Indiana; studied at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York, 1876-1877; practiced medicine in Switzerland County; elected auditor of Switzerland County, 1882; began practice of medicine in Bloomington, Indiana, 1891; died, May 15, 1929. Children: William Bismark, George Frank, Ernest Otto, and Edith Catherine (Mrs. Glen J. Gifford). Biographical material on Philip Calphy Holland may be found in the Bloomington Daily Telephone, May 16, 1929.

Career of George Frank Holland: born, Nov. 1, 1871, in Bennington, Switzerland County, Indiana; son of Philip Calphy and Ann Atlanta (Chittenden) Holland; took a business course at the Louisville Bryant & Stratton Business College, 1886-1889; attended Indiana University, 1891-1892; studied pharmacy, 1893-1894; served in the Spanish-American War as apothecary on the U.S.S. Vicksburg, 1897-1900; graduated from New York University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1903; 1904, married, Margaret Ashby Todd, daughter of Levi Luther and Susan G. Todd and graduate of Indiana University in 1893, who died on Mar. 14, 1956, at the age of 86; served in medical corps of U.S. Army, July 15, 1916-June 9, 1919; discharged as major; died July 15, 1936. Children: Philip Todd, Elizabeth Chittenden (Mrs. Troy Cook Daniels), and William Ernest. Biographical material on George Frank Holland may be found in the Bloomington Evening World, July 16, 1936.

Career of Philip Todd Holland: born, Mar. 8, 1905, in Bloomington, Indiana; son of George Frank and Margaret Ashby (Todd) Holland; B.S. Washington State College, Pullman, Washington, 1927; married Ellen Keyser, July 17, 1929; M.D. New York University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1931-1932; practiced medicine, Bloomington, Indiana, 1932- ; served in Medical Corps, U.S. Navy, 1942-1946. Children: George Frank and Nancy Ellen. Biographical material on Philip Todd Holland may be found in Who's Important in Medicine, 2nd ed. (Hicksville, New York, [c. 1952]), p.485.

Career of Levi Luther Todd: born, July 26, 1791, in Lexington, Kentucky, son of General Robert and Anne (Todd) Todd; educated at Transylvania university; studied law; practiced law in Kentucky; served in the War of 1812; married Sarah Ashby, 1813; member of Kentucky legislature, 1815; moved family to Greenwood, Indiana, and became a farmer, 1834; judge of Court of common pleas of Marion County, Indiana, 1852-1856; died Jan. 10, 1867, at Southport, Indiana. Biographical material on Levi Luther Todd may be found in papers in the collection and in R.B. Sulgrove, History of Indianapolis and Marion County, Indiana (Philadelphia, 1884), p.498.

Career of Levi Luther Todd: born, Sept. 2, 1830, in Nicholasville, Kentucky; son of Judge Levi Luther and Sarah (Ashby) Todd; at age of 17 attended Danville Seminary for two terms, followed by a year and a half at Wabash College; studied medicine for a year under Dr. David Todd of Danville, Indiana, and his brother Robert Nathaniel Todd; appointed captain of Washington Guards, 1st regiment 6th military district, Indiana militia, June 27, 1854; graduated from University of Louisville, Mar. 1856; married Susan G. Todd of Paris, Kentucky, 1857; in spring of 1858 moved to Paris, Illinois, where he practiced medicine for 16 years; president and secretary of the Esculapian Society of the Wabash Valley; Jan. 1874, moved to Indianapolis, Indiana, and practiced medicine with Robert Nathaniel Todd and James K. Bigelow; professor of clinical medicine at Central College of Physicians and Surgeons, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1893-1901; died Nov. 16, 1901. Children: Mrs. Samuel David Murphy, Margaret Ashby (Mrs. George Frank Holland), Susan, and Nancy (Mrs. Martin M. Hugg). Biographical material on Levi Luther Todd may be found in R.F. Stone's Biography of Eminent American Physicians and Surgeons, (Indianapolis, 1894), p.690; the Indiana Medical Journal, XX, p.206, 1901-1902; and the Transactions of the Indiana State Medical Society, 1902, p.425.

Scope and Content Note

The Holland mss., 1781-1953, consists of correspondence and papers of three generations of Holland family physicians from Bloomington, Indiana: Philip Calphy Holland, 1840-1929, his son, George Frank Holland, 1871-1936, and his son, Philip Todd Holland, 1905-1973. The collection also contains letters and papers, 1892-1950, of Ernest Otto Holland, 1874-1950, son of Philip Calphy Holland and president of Washington State College, Pullman, Washington, 1916-1945; letters and papers, 1812-1858, of Levi Luther Todd, 1791-1867, judge and son of General Robert Todd, 1754-1814; and letters and papers, 1851-1901, of Levi Luther Todd, 1830-1901, son of Judge Levi Luther Todd and physician of Paris, Illinois, and Indianapolis, Indiana, whose daughter, Margaret Ashby Todd, married George Frank Holland in 1904. In addition to correspondence there are military papers, lectures, licenses, patient lists, medical reports, medical school class notes, photographs, certificates, diaries, and scrapbooks present in the collection.

The papers, 1862-1924, of Philip Calphy Holland include: his appointment as sergeant, 1862; a letter to his mother from Nashville, Tennessee, May 18, 1863; his discharge from the army, 1864; admission cards for the Medical College of Ohio, lectures at the Commercial Hospital of Cincinnati and of the Hospital of the Good Samaritan, 1867-1869; a certificate of private instruction in physical diagnosis by Edward Gamaliel Janeway, 1877; a certificate of his election as auditor of Switzerland County, Indiana, 1882; letters requesting an increase in pension, 1887-1924; his appointment as examining surgeon for the Bureau of Pensions in Bloomington, Indiana, 1893; licenses to practice medicine in Indiana and Monroe County, Indiana, 1897; and a certificate from New Orleans Polyclinic of Tulane Medical College for a course on diseases of children, 1907.

The papers, 1886-1936, of George Frank Holland consist of business college, Indiana University, school of pharmacy, and medical school notes, 1886-1903; Spanish-American War letters and papers, consisting of letter to his family, a diary as apothecary on the U.S.S. Vicksburg, 1897-1899, reports on patients on the U.S.S. Vicksburg, 1897-1899, and a list of patients and treatment applied by W.O. Stephenson, apothecary on the U.S.S. Merrimac, 1898; a hospital formulary, 1897-1903; membership cards in medical and non-medical societies, 1906-1925; a certificate enrolling George Frank Holland as a thirty-second degree mason, 1912; a certificate admitting him as a noble of the mystic shrine in Murat temple, Indianapolis, 1923; letters pertaining to business matters, influenza, the League of nations, and World War I, 1915-1931; a copy of a letter from George V to the soldiers of the U.S., 1918; federal and state elections, 1918; reports of medical examinations of patients, 1920-1923; a report of the field examiners of the Department of inspection and supervision of public offices of Indiana on an examination of the Treasurer of the Bloomington school city, Apr. 10, 1928; railroad passes, 1935-1936; a photograph of George Frank Holland as a major in World War I, and photographs of members of his family.

Margaret Ashby (Todd) Holland (Mrs. George Frank Holland), 1870?-1956, is represented in the collection by correspondence with members of her family and friends, and by diaries of her trip to the British Isles, 1914, and to Mexico, 1938.

The papers of Philip Todd Holland include: Washington State College class notes, 1926-1927; New York University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College class notes, 1927-1931; correspondence with relatives and friends, 1939-1942; public health nursing reports for Monroe County, Indiana, 1940-1942; and a receipt book (carbons), 1948-1949.

Included also in the collection are the following financial records of the three generations of the Holland family as physicians in Switzerland County, Indiana, and Bloomington, Indiana: ledgers, 1869-1933; account books, 1883-1942; financial statements, 1903-1911 and undated; statements and collections book, 1915-1920; and an account book of office medical supplies, 1932-1942. There are also articles of association and stock certificates of the Bloomington ginseng company, 1907-1908; a stock certificate of the Monroe County Fair Association, 1907; articles of incorporation of the New Castle clinic, New Castle, Indiana, 1921; letters on osteopathy as a profession, 1905; the constitution and minutes of the Philomathean Literary Society, Vevay, Indiana, 1833-1885; stock certificates of the San Fernando mining company of Arizona, 1912-1913; and a commencement program of Vevay high school, 1888. Undated items include a list of Bloomington, Indiana telephone numbers arranged by number, 1-1182; a code of ethics of the Medical Society of Monroe County, Indiana; a treatise on the certification of teachers in Massachusetts; and a group of pictures of Vevay.

For Ernest Otto Holland, 1874-1950, son of Philip C. Holland and president of Washington State College, Pullman, Washington, 1916-1945, the collection contains chemistry class notes at Indiana University, 1892; correspondence with relatives, 1897-1940; and a memorial to him from the Board of Directors of the First National Bank of Seattle, Washington, 1950.

The papers, 1812-1858, of Levi Luther Todd include: the original and negative microfilm of his War of 1812 orderly book, Aug. 15, 1812-Feb. 14, 1813, for Captain Nathaniel G.S. Hart's company of Kentucky light infantry; a muster roll of the same company in the War of 1812 made by him from memory in 1851; his commissions as captain of the Lexington light infantry, 1st battalion, 42nd regiment, dated Apr. 16, 1813, as aide-de-camp to Brigadier-general James Shelby, Oct. 13, 1817, and as captain of the Montgomery independent rifle company, Aug. 10, 1819; George Caldwell's morning report of Captain Bean's company of U.S. rangers, Apr. 11, 1833; a letter, Dec. 1, 1843, from William Orlando Butler, 1791-1880, to Levi Luther Todd; and a letter, Sept. 27, 1858, to him from John O'Fallon, 1791-1865.

The papers, 1851-1901, of Levi Luther Todd include: Todd's memorandum books, 1851-1899; his commission as captain in the Washington guards, 1854; a speech, "Natural forces," delivered in behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Medical College of Indiana, 1880; a report of grades of his daughter, Susan Todd, at the Indianapolis female seminary, 1882; correspondence with relatives and friends, 1893-1901; a speech, "Our departed brothers," delivered at a banquet of the Mystic Tie Lodge, a Masonic body in Indianapolis, 1894; lectures on various medical subjects, 1894-1897 and undated; a prescription book, 1895-1897; specifications for two houses to be built in west Indianapolis, 1900; a paper on Edgar Allan Poe; a commencement address "to the friends of the Central med[ical] college"; and some genealogical notes on the Todd family.

The collection also contains a grant of land to George Rogers Clark, 1781; a report of the strength of the 8th regiment of Kentucky militia, 1792, certified by Levi Todd, 1756-1807, uncle of Levi Luther Todd, 1791-1867, and grandfather of Mary (Todd) Lincoln; a letter copybook of James Hughes, 1823-1873, congressman, pertaining to his law practice in Bloomington, 1845-1853; a list of graduates of the Central College of Physicians and Surgeons, Indianapolis, 1934; letters to Nancy (Todd) Hugg, daughter of Levi Luther Todd, 1830-1901, from her cousin, Robert, 1934-1937, and from her husband, Martin M. Hugg, 1935-1938; and undated volume on diseases by Dr. M.H. Shrum; two unidentified daguerreotypes; and some printed items.

Among the correspondents represented in the collection are Wayman Adams, Thomas Almond Ashby, Moses Behrend, William Orlando Butler, Lee D. Cady, George V, king of Great Britain, Francis Marion Griffith, Harvey G. Hazelrigg, Theodore James Louden, Franklin Henry Martin, John Herr Musser, John O'Fallon, Robert Nathaniel Todd, Harold Oliver Voorhis, William Niles Wishard. An index of correspondents is available in the Library.

Photographs in the collection are indexed in the Visual 2 database in the Lilly Library.

Manuscripts index in the Lilly Library contains entries at item level.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information
Acquired 1952, 1953, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964.
Usage Restrictions
Prior arrangements are not necessary before coming to the Library, however, patrons from out of town are encouraged to communicate with the Library in advance of their visits to ascertain availability of materials.

Photocopying permitted only with permission of the Curator of Manuscripts, Lilly Library.

Preferred Citation
Holland mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Series: Box 1 Chronological files

Contains correspondence, certificates, appointments, postcards, etc.


1781-1858  [image]View item(s)

1858-1869 

1870-1875 

1876 

1877 

1878-1883 

1884 

1885 

(2 folders)


1886 

1887 

(2 folders)


1886, July 27-1889, Aug. 21. Booking notes

1888 

1889-1890 

1891-1892 

1893 

1893, Dec.-1894, Mar. 26. Holland, George Frank. Pharmacognosy notes

1894-1895 

1896 

1896 Wedding invitations

Box 2 1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1901, Apr. 17. Physiology notes

1901, Apr. 24-May 1. Physiological chemistry notes

1901, Oct. 4-1902, May 7. Holland, George Frank. Surgery notes

1901, Oct. 8-1902, Apr. 21. Holland, George Frank. Pathology notes

1901, Oct. 10-1902, Mar. 20. Holland, George Frank. Therapeutics notes

1901, Oct. 10-1902, May 8. Holland, George Frank. Obstetrics notes

1901, Oct. 11-Dec. 13. Holland, George Frank. Disease of children notes

1901, Oct. 12-1903, Apr. 20. Holland, George Frank. Breech extraction notes

1901, Oct. 12-1902, May 5. Holland, George Frank. Gynaecology notes

1901, Oct. 12-1902, Jan. 18. Holland, George Frank. Pathological chemistry notes

1901, Oct. 14. Holland, George Frank. Applied Pathology notes

1902 

1903 

(4 folders)


1902, Oct. 16-1903, May 7. Holland, George Frank. Bacteriology notes

1902, Oct. 14-1903, Apr. 28. Holland, George Frank. Pneumonia notes

1902, Oct. 14-1903, Apr. 20. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1902, Oct. 17-1903, Jan 9. Holland, George Frank. Dermatology notes

1903, Jan. 7-May 5. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1904 

(3 folders)


1905 

1906 

1907 

1908-1909 

1910-1911 

1912-1913 

1914-1915 

[1914]. Holland, Mary Ashby (Todd)

Box 3 1916 

(4 folders)


1917 

(2 folders)


1918 

(5 folders)


1919 

(10 folders)


1920 

(2 folders)


1921 

(3 folders)


1922-1923 

1924-1925 

Box 4 1926-1927. Holland, Philip Todd. Analysis of documents

1926-1927. Holland, Philip Todd. Bacteriology Culture Sheet Records

1926-1927. Holland, Philip Todd. Education Notes

1926-1927. Holland, Philip Todd. Physical Chemistry

1926-1927. Holland, Philip Todd. Economics

1926-1927. Holland, Philip Todd. Sociology and English notes

1927 Holland, Philip Todd. Economics

1927 Holland, Philip Todd. Psychology

1927 

1927-1928. Holland, Philip Todd. Microscopic anatomy

1927-1928. Holland, Philip Todd. Osteology anatomy

1927-1928. Holland, Philip Todd. Physical Chemistry

1927-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Physiology, electrocardiography

1927-1928. Holland, Philip Todd. Physiology lab notes

1927-1928. Holland, Philip Todd. Physiology written reports

1927-1928. Holland, Philip Todd. Military Science tactics

1928 

1928 Holland, Philip Todd. Neuro-anatomy

1928 Holland, Philip Todd. Laboratory aid for study of neuro-anatomy

1928-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Pathology lab (2 folders)

1928-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Pathology lectures

1928-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Rough pediatrics notes

1928-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Pharmacology lab outline

1928-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Physiology lab notes

1928-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Dermatology notes

1928-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Lab course in surgery

1928-1929. Holland, Philip Todd. Operative surgery

1929 Bacteriology

1929 Gynecology

1929 Medicine

1929 Neurology

1929 Obstetrics

1929 

1929 Pathology

1929 Pharmacology

Box 5 1929-1930. Psychiatry

1929-1930. Gastro-enterology, cardiology

1929-1930. Hygiene

1929-1930. Hygiene. Special papers

(2 folders)


1929-1930. Immunology lab notebook

1929-1930. Laryngology, rhinology, otology

1929-1930. Medicine

(6 folders)


1929-1930. Neurology

1929-1930. Neurology, psychiatry

1929-1930. Obstetrics

1929-1930. Clinical History

1929-1930. Dermatology

1929-1930. Fractures, chest, breast, hernia

1929-1930. Psychiatry

1929-1930. Surgery

1929-1930. Surgery clinic

1929-1930. Therapeutics

(2 folders)


1929-1930. Pediatrics

1929-1930. Bacteriology notebook

1929-1930. Gynecology

1930 

[1930?] Gynecological case reports

1930 Clinical history, phys. exam

1930 Surgery

1930 Dermatology

1930 Psychiatry

Box 6 1930-1931. Genito-urinary surgery

1930-1931. Obstetrics

1930-1931. Medicine

1930-1931. Orthopedics

1930-1931. Pediatrics

1930-1931. Surgery

1930-1931. Surgical Clinic

(2 folders)


1931 Neurology

1931 Prescription writing

1931-1932 

1933-1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938-1939 

1940-1946 

1947-1953 

undated. [1914-1925?] 

undated. 

(3 folders)


Box 7 undated. Certification of teachers in Massachusetts during the colonial period

(6 folders)


undated. Account book

undated. Medical notebook

undated. Holland, George Frank. Medical notebooks

(2 folders)


undated. Correspondence

(3 folders)


undated. Holland papers

undated. Book of numbers. Bloomington, Ind. telephone numbers

undated. Holland, Philip Todd. Bellevue Medical College

undated. Todd papers

undated. Todd, Levi Luther. Pulmonary consumption lecture

undated. Medical Society of Monroe County, Ind. Simple code of ethics

undated. miscellaneous

undated. Medical

(4 folders)


undated. Autopsy of Kate McLaughlin

Series: Box 8 Photographs

Holland family

(9 photographs)


Holland family

(20 photographs)


Todd family

(16 photographs)


Todd family

(5 photographs)


Todd family

(2 daguerreotypes)


Vevay, Indiana

(15 photographs)


Photo album I

Photos 1

(16 photographs)


Photos 2

(16 photographs)


Photos 3

(12 photographs)


Photos 4

(1 tintype, 98 photographs)


Photos 6

(4 tintypes, 81 photographs)


Photos 7

(1 tintype, 22 photographs)


Photos 8

(13 photographs)


Photos 9

(1 tintype, 40 photographs)


Photos 10

(1 photograph)


Photos 11

(1 photograph)


Photos 13

(1 photograph)


Photos 14

(3 photographs)


Photos 15

(21 photographs)


Photos 16

(2 photographs)


Photos 17

(9 photographs)


Photos 18

(8 photographs)


Photos 19

(2 tintypes, 28 photographs)


Box 9 Photo albums

(3 albums)


Canadian fishing trip

(161 photographs)


Photographs

(4 photographs)


Photographs

(5 tintypes, 56 photographs)


Photos 5

(2 photographs)


Photographs

(18 photographs)


Series: Box 6 Diaries

1874 Todd, Levi Luther. Physician's diary

1881, 1888 Holland, George Frank. Autograph books

1884-1885, 1887 Holland, Ernest Otto. Autograph books

1892, 1902, undated. Holland, Mary Ashby (Todd). Notes

1893 Holland, Mary Ashby (Todd). Scrapbook

1895-1898. Holland, Mary Ashby (Todd). Diaries

1938, Feb. 26-Apr. 4. Holland, Mary Ashby (Todd). Mexican travel notes

undated. sketchbook

Series: Box 10 Bound volumes

1851-1853. Todd, Levi Luther. Memorandum book

1872, Jan 1-1873, Nov 28. Todd, Levi Luther. Memorandum book

1879 Todd, Levi Luther. Memorandum book

1879, May-1881, May. Cash book

1894, Sept.-1899, March 

1895, Jan. 5-1898, Apr. 13. Todd, Levi Luther. Memorandum book

1897-1903. Holland, George Frank. Hospital formulary.

1897, Oct. 28-1899, May 13. Holland, George Frank. Diary

1897, Oct. 31-1899, Mar. 30. Quarterly abstract of patients. U.S.S. Vicksburg

1898, Apr. 26-1898, June 1. List of patients, U.S.S. Merrimac, W.O. Stephenson, apothecary

1898, Sept. 24-1899, May 20. Rough journal. U.S.S. Vicksburg, Norfolk Navy Yard. Washington B. Grove. Assistant surgeon USN

1898, December. Todd, Levi Luther. Memorandum book

[1898]. Holland, George Frank. Pharmacognosy, botany, and materia medica notes

1900, Oct. 1-1901, Feb. 13. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1900, Oct. 9-1901, Apr. 23. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1900 Holland, George Frank. Surgical clinic.

1900, Oct. 4-1901, Apr. 30. Holland, George Frank.

Medical school notes

1900, Oct. 6-1901, Apr. 10. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1900, Dec. 18-1901, Apr. 12. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1900-1901. Holland, George Frank. Anatomy notes.

1900-1903. Holland, George Frank. Anatomy notes.

1901, Feb. 4-1901, May 7. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1901, Apr. 30. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1901, Oct.3-1901, Nov. 14. Holland, George Frank. Medical school notes

1914, June 30-July 15. Holland, Margaret Ashby (Todd). Revision of a portion of diary of journey to London and British Isles

1914, June 30-Aug. 6. Holland, Margaret Ashby (Todd). Diary of journey to London and British Isles

1933-1942. Account book of office medical supplies

1937, Jan. 1-1937, July 29. Account book

1937, July 29-1938, Apr. 14. Account book

1942, Apr. 27-1942, Aug. 7. Account book

Box 11 1904, Oct. 1-1905, Jan. 16. Account book

1905, Nov. 1-1906, Jan. 31. Account book

1905, Aug. 1-Oct. 31. Account book

1905, Apr. 1-July 31. Account book

1905, Jan. 1-Mar. 31. Account book

1906, Feb. 1-Apr. 30. Account book

1906, May 1-July 25. Account book

1906, July 26-Oct. 16. Account book

1906, Oct. 17-Dec. 31. Account book

1907, Jan. 1-Mar. 22. Account book

1907, Mar. 22-June 30. Account book

1907, July 1-Sept. 16. Account book

1907, Sept. 17-Nov. 30. Account book

1907, Dec. 1- 1908, Feb. 21. Account book

1908, Feb. 22-May 1. Account book

1908, May 27-Aug. 31. Account book

1908, Aug. 21-Nov. 30. Account book

1908, Nov. 24-1909, Mar. 17. Account book

1909, Mar. 17-1909, June 19. Account book

1909, June 20-1909, Sept. 20. Account book

1909, Sept. 21-1910, Jan. 31. Account book

1910, Jan. 1-1910, Sept. 27. Account book

1910, Oct. 1-1911, Aug. 24. Account book

1914, Feb. 4-1915, May 31. Account book

1915, June 1-1919, June 13. Account book

1919, June 12-1921, Mar. 15. Account book

1921, Mar. 15-1922, Sept. 30. Account book

1935, Dec. 1-1936, Dec. 31. Account book

Box 12 1812-1813. Todd, Levi Luther. Orderly book [image]View item(s)

1869-1870. Ledger

1869-1871. Ledger

1872-1873. Ledger

1876-1877. Ledger

1876-1877. Ledger

1878-1882. Ledger

1883-1884. Account book

1883-1894. Ledger

1891, Oct. 5-1893, Apr. 5. Account book

1891 Account book

1893, Apr. 8-1894, Aug. 31. Account book

1894, Sept. 18-1895, Sept. 30. Account book

1895, Oct. 1-1896, July 31. Account book

1896, Aug. 1-1897, May 31. Account book

1897, Jan. 1-1898, Mar. 31. Account book

1898, Apr. 1-1899, Feb. 28. Account book

1899, Mar. 1-Dec. 31. Account book

1900, Aug. 1-1901, July 1. Account book

1901, Jan. 1-July 31. Account book

1901, July 1-1902, July 31. Account book

1902, Aug. 1-1903, June 14. Account book

1903, June 15-Nov. 1. Account book

1903, Oct. 23-1904, Mar. 4. Account book

1904, Mar. 4-June 30. Account book

1904, July 1-Sept. 30. Account book

Box 13 1886, July 1-1886, Dec. 24. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1887, Jan. 1-1888, Mar. 9. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1887, Jan. 1-1888, June 10. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1888, Jan. 1-Apr. 1. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1888, Jan. 1-May 12. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

(3 folders)


1888, Jan. 1-May 19. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1888, Jan. 1-Aug. 28. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1888, Sept. 1-Oct. 30. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1888, Sept. 1-1889, Feb 1. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1888-1889. Ledger

1889, Feb. 1-Apr. 1. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

(2 folders)


1889, March 25-Apr. 8. Holland, George Frank. Bookkeeping notes

1889, Apr. 11-May 1. Holland, George Frank. Penmanship notes

1889, May 20-30. Holland, George Frank. Penmanship notes

1892 Chemistry notes. Holland, Ernest Otto

1894-1897. Ledger

1897-1899. Ledger

1900-1908. Ledger

1903-1905. Ledger

1903-1905. Ledger

1904-1905. Ledger

1905-1907. Ledger

undated. Chemistry notes

undated. Clinical pathology notes

Box 14 1883, Feb. 16-1885, Oct. 1. Philomathean Society, Vevay, Indiana. Constitution and minutes

1891-1892. Holland, George Frank. Indiana University notes

(3 folders)


1893-1894. Pharmacy notes

1894 Organic chemistry

1894 Materia medica

1894 Chemistry notes. Holland, George Frank.

1895, Nov. 30-[1897], Nov. 14. Todd, Levi Luther. Prescription book

1897-1900. Osteology. Holland, George Frank

1900-1901. Anatomy. Holland, George Frank

1907, Oct. 5-1908, Feb. 8. Bloomington Ginseng Company, stock certificate book

1915-1920. Statements and collections

undated. Holland, George Frank. Formulas

undated. Dr. M.H. Shrum. Diseases

undated. Ledger

undated. Clinical pathology

undated. Scrapbook

Box 15 ca. 1941-2003. World War II history of the U.S.S. Mississippi, including reminiscences of men who served on her

(6 folders, one bound volume, one VHS videotape)


Oversize 1 1845, Feb. 13-1853, Jan. 10. Hughes, James. Letter copybook

Oversize 2 1906-1930. Ledger

Oversize 3 1907-1911. Ledger

Oversize 4 1911-1915. Ledger

Oversize 5 1920-1933. Ledger

Oversize 6 1911, Aug. 24-1912, Nov. 1. Account book

1912, Nov. 2-1914, Feb. 3. Account book

1922, Oct. 1-1926, May 29. Account book

Oversize 7 1926, June 1-1931, July 13. Account book

1931, July 14-1935, Dec. 31. Account book

Oversize 8 1860s-1917. Scrapbook

Oversize 9 1904-1929. Scrapbook

Oversize 10 1926-1938. Holland, Philip Todd. Scrapbook

Oversize 11 1930s-1940s. Holland, Philip Todd. Scrapbook

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Printed

Contains newspaper clippings, mainly from 1950, concerning the death of Ernest Otto Holland, but also from 1898, concerning George Frank Holland's time aboard the U.S.S. Vicksburg; medical journal articles, 1877-1901, by Levi Luther Todd.

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Certificates, etc.

1854, June 27. Todd, Levi Luther, Jr. Appointment to office of captain, Washington Guard

1862, Dec. 21. Holland, Philip Calphy. Appointment to office of sergeant, Co. H, 6th reg., Indiana Volunteers

1882, Nov. 13. Holland, Philip Calphy. Election certificate, auditor of Switzerland County, Indiana

1894, Apr. 25. Holland, George Frank. Diploma. College of Pharmacy of the City of New York.

1897, July 13. Holland, Philip Calphy. Physician's certificate

1897, July 14. Holland, Philip Calphy. Physician's license

1899 Yearly abstract of patients, U.S.S. Vicksburg

1901, Apr. 30. Holland, George Frank. Pharmacy license, State Board of New York

1902, Feb. 10. Todd, Anne D. Diploma from Indianapolis Normal School

1903 Bellevue Medical College class of 1903

1904, June 8. Holland, George Frank and Margaret Ashby Todd. Marriage license

1907, Feb. 12. Holland, Philip Calphy. Certificate of attendance, New Orleans Polyclinic

1912, July 10. Holland, George Frank. Military commission

1913, Dec. 1. Holland, George Frank. Appointment to first lieutenant in the Medical Reserve corps

1913-1915. Documents relating to appointment to Medical Reserve Corps

1914, June 22. Holland, George Frank. Membership certificate, American College of Surgeons

1915, May 25. Holland, George Frank. Membership certificate, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States

1915, June 28. Holland, George Frank. Appointment of medical examiner for Aetna Life Insurance Company

1915, July 27. Holland, George Frank. Military commission

1915, Sept. 24. Holland, George Frank. Appointment to first lieutenant, Medical Reserve corps

1916, Feb. 12. Holland, George Frank. Appointment to first lieutenant, Medical Reserve corps

1916, June 1. Holland, George Frank. Membership certificate, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States

1917, Aug. 5. Holland, George Frank. Appointment to captain, National Guard medical corps

1917, Aug. 11. Holland, George Frank. Military commission

1917, Aug. 12. Holland, George Frank. Certificate, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Free-Masonry

1917, Aug. 12. Liberty Class portrait. Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Free-Masonry

1917, Aug. 12. Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Free-Masonry. Liberty class, taken in front of Scottish Rite building

1918, Mar. 13. Holland, George Frank. Appointment to major, National Guard medical corps

1922, Jan. 27. Holland, Elizabeth. Diploma from Bloomington Junior High School

1923, Mar. 24. Holland, George Frank. Membership certificate, Ancient Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America. Murat Temple, Indianapolis, Indiana

1923, Sept. 22. Hugg, Martin M. and Nancy D. Todd. Marriage license

1929, Jan. 30. Holland, Elizabeth. Diploma from Bloomington High School

undated. Holland, Philip Calphy. Certificate of membership, Indiana State Medical Society

undated. Indiana Field Hospital, Co. No. 21, Hattiesburg, Miss.

undated. Todd, Levi Luther. Photograph