Max Holland Numerical Control Collection, 1941-1995
Holland, Max 1950-
3.7 cu. ft. : 12 boxes
Born in Providence, Rhode Island, raised in Los Angeles, Max Holland has been a newspaper journalist and correspondent for the magazine THE NATION. His interest in the Houdaille Corporation resulted from his father's employment in that company, 1953-1982. His first published book, WHEN THE MACHINE STOPPED (1989), was on Houdaille, its divisions, and the machine tool industry.
Documents, promotional materials, correspondence, press clippings, trade journals and reports relating to the machine tool industry and one of its major components, the Houdaille Corporation.
Max Holland Numerical Control Collection, 1941-1995, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
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