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Memphis World: Give Negro Holloman's Post-NAACP
The Memphis Branch NA ACP has called on Mayor Loeb to name a black person to succeed Frank C. Holloman as director of fire and
Sep 26, 1970

Memphis World: Mrs. Maxine Smith Protests: Cops Insult Negro Women Jailed At City Hall Sit-in
Mrs. Maxine A. Smith, executive secretary of the local NAACP, has called on Director of Fire and Police Frank C. Holloman to
Mar 16, 1968

Mr. Holloman's response to Mr. John J. Farley
Mr. Holloman's reply to Mr. John Farley's letter on Sep 4 to inform him of his current location.
Sep 18, 1953

Notification of Personnel Action - May 1951
NOTE - DO NOT PUBLISH. A paystub for Mr. Frank C. Holloman.
May 12, 1951

Notification of Personnel Action - September 1951
This is a paystub from the Frank C. Holloman collection.
Sep 29, 1951

October 26, 1949 Letter from J. Edgar Hoover to Holloman
papers of Mr. Holloman; Transfer of Mr. Holloman to Washington, D.C.
Oct 26, 1949

Office Memorandum about Hyman Wynne
It is an office memorandum from the SAC to SA Franck C. Holloman about how he handled the Hyman Wynne investigation. Papers of
Jan 24, 1949

Payroll Change
Pay stub for Holloman.
Sep 26, 1951

Probationary Appointment as a Special Agent
John Edgar Hoover is inviting Mr. Frank C. Holloman to become a Special Agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Mar 9, 1948

Reflection of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
John Edgar Hoover wrote to Frank Holloman about the character of the people that he recommends for the New Agents' Class. In
Jul 3, 1951

Removal From New Agents' Class
papers of Mr. Holleman
Jun 29, 1951

Removed from Probation
This is a letter from John Edgar Hoover to Frank C. Holloman informing him that he has been removed from probation and promoted.
Oct 1, 1951