Clarence B. Hollander Court Martial Papers
This collection, the Clarence B. Hollander Court Martial Papers, 1918, contains two copies of summaries for the court martial trial of Clarence B. Hollander. He was absent from his Battery from about September 16th, 1918 to about October 6th, 1918. The papers say that Hollander's plea was not guilty, and four people testified. However, the documents are unsigned and contain no verdict.
- 1918 December 27
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This collection, the Clarence B. Hollander Court Martial Papers, 1918, contains two copies of summaries for the court martial of Clarence B. Hollander, who was absent from his Battery for almost a month. The documents list the events of the trial but are unsigned and contain no verdict.
No biographical information could be found about Clarence B. Hollander.
Collection consists of a single folder.
Collection was a Kenwill Donation to the UT Special Collections Library.