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Name Holland, Clifford Milburn
Othernames Holland, Clifford
Holland, Clifford M.
Deceased 1924
Occupation Chief Engineer, New York & New Jersey Tunnel Commission (for the Hudson River Vehicular Tunnel renamed Holland Tunnel in his honor, 1924)
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Image of Article: The Eighth Wonder: The Holland Vehicular Tunnel. Gray & Hagen. Smithsonian Annual Report, 1931. - Article

Article: The Eighth Wonder: The Holland Vehicular Tunnel. Gray & Hagen. Smithsonian Annual Report, 1931. - Article

Article: The Eighth Wonder: The Holland Vehicular Tunnel. By Carl C. Gray and H.F. Hagen. As published in Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution; Washington: GPO, 1931. pp. 577-607 followed by Plates 1- 30. Four illustrations/maps. As received: removed from publication. Text and plate captions in notes. Text file plus text/image pdf on file. This monograph appeared in the Annual Report as "Reprinted by permission, with a few omissions from a pamphlet entitled "The Eighth Wonder," published by the B. F. Sturtevant Co." It is considered a very useful document regarding this significant engineering achievement. First published in 1927 (in book format) by the c

Image of Article [Holland Tunnel]: Linking New York and New Jersey. By Clifford M. Holland; in The American City, Vol. XXIV, no. 3, March 1921. - Article

Article [Holland Tunnel]: Linking New York and New Jersey. By Clifford M. Holland; in The American City, Vol. XXIV, no. 3, March 1921. - Article

Article: Linking New York and New Jersey. The Isolation of these Two States from Each Other to be Overcome by New Vehicle Tunnels. By Clifford M. Holland, Chief Engineer, New York & New Jersey Tunnel Commission. As published in journal The American City, Volume XXIV, No. 3 (March 1921), pp. 231-232. With illustration: Profile and Plan of the New York-New Jersey Tunnel. See notes for full text. The Hudson River Vehicular Tunnel (renamed Holland Tunnel in 1924 after his death) was under construction.

Image of Article: When a Road Opened Under the Hudson. By Kevin Coyne. NYT, March 4, 2012, (ARTS | NJ.) - Clipping, Newspaper

Article: When a Road Opened Under the Hudson. By Kevin Coyne. NYT, March 4, 2012, (ARTS | NJ.) - Clipping, Newspaper

Article: When a Road Opened Under the Hudson. By Kevin Coyne. Published in The New York Times, Sunday, March 4, 2012, page 12 (ARTS | NEW JERSEY page). Full text is in notes. PDF of web version on file (see below); pdf of printed version on file. An illustrated article or review about the recently opened exhibition at the Hoboken Historical Museum, "Driving Under the Hudson: A History of the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels." The exhibit was shown January 29 to July 1, 2012. It celebrated the 85th anniversary of the opening of the Holland Tunnel and the 75th anniversary of the Lincoln Tunnel. Article was published digitally on March 2, 2012 at: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/04/nyregion/dr

Image of Eighth Wonder, The. - Book

Eighth Wonder, The. - Book

The Eighth Wonder. [By Carl C. Gray and H.F. Hagen.] Boston: B.F. Sturtevant Company, [1927]. First edition. 8vo brown cloth. 64 pp. plus illustrations. It is considered a very useful monograph regarding the Holland Tunnel, a significant engineering achievement. First published in 1927 by the company that made ventilation fans for the tunnel. Author Hagen was a fan engineer and was associated with the Sturtevant Company. No table of contents or index; list of the 39 illustrations, most are photographs. ILLUSTRATIONS Facing Page Clifford Milburn Holland 14 Site of the Holland Tunnel, Looking West from New York City 15 Sectional View of the Holland Tunnel18 Plan and Profile of th

Image of B+W photo of Holland Tunnel N.Y. entry portal with Holland bust & bunting for 50th anniversary, Nov. 11, 1977. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Holland Tunnel N.Y. entry portal with Holland bust & bunting for 50th anniversary, Nov. 11, 1977. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Holland Tunnel New York entry portal (north tube) with Clifford Holland bust and bunting commemorating fiftieth anniversary, Nov. 11, 1977. 8" x 10" wide. Photograph by UPI (United Press International.) Integral caption at top of image. Reverse has penciled note: New York City Tunnels. Inkstamped: Morgue - Put in Permanent File; also inkstamped date: Nov 15 1977. (Print from Chicago Tribune archives.) Text at top of image: NXP1916593 - 11/12/77 - NEW YORK: A bust of Clifford M. Holland stands at the New York entrance to the tunnel that bears his name. The Holland Tunnel is still very much the way it used to be when it opened 50 years ago toady, 11/12, but the

Image of Sepia-tone photo of Clifford M. Holland, 1st Chief Engineer & namesake of Holland Tunnel. N.Y., n.d., ca. 1920-1921 - Photograph

Sepia-tone photo of Clifford M. Holland, 1st Chief Engineer & namesake of Holland Tunnel. N.Y., n.d., ca. 1920-1921 - Photograph

Sepia-tone photo portrait of Clifford Milburn Holland, first Chief Engineer and namesake of the Holland Tunnel. New York, no date, circa 1920-1921. Digital image only; original print 8" x 10" high. Photo taken by Underwood & Underwood Studios, New York. Studio credit line in image at bottom right; reverse has photographer's inkstamp credit; holographic pencil - Mr. Holland, Holland Tunnel. Holland died in 1924 and the Hudson Vehicular Tunnel, as the project was called, was renamed that year in his honor. This image is from the personal papers of John C. McEnroe who was the Secretary of the New Jersey Interstate Bridge and Tunnel Commission. It was the New Jersey authority cooperatin