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Max Holland Numerical Control Collection, 1941-1995

Collector:
Holland, Max 1950-
Subject:
Houdaille Corporation
Physical description:
3.7 cu. ft. : 12 boxes
Type:
Reports
Collection descriptions
Clippings
Correspondence
Date:
1941
1941-1995
20th century
1950-2000
Notes:
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.
Summary:
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.
Cite as:
Max Holland Numerical Control Collection, 1941-1995, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
Machine-tool industry
Local number:
Pending (NMAH Acc.)
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

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