This subcollection contains the following items: in the first folder, nine black-and-white photographs of street scenes in front of the Holman Building credited on the back of the prints to Dick Allais, 134 E. Clayton St., Athens, Georgia; an unmarked postcard depicting the Holman Hotel Coffee Shop; three Season’s Greetings cards, each including copies of the same Coffee Shop postcard: two are unmarked, the other is in its original envelope, signed “E.D. Newton, Manager,” and includes three inserts bearing the text, “Holman Special: Country Ham For Breakfast. You Will Like It!”; a menu from the Holman Hotel Coffee Shop and another menu, mimeographed, presumably also for the Coffee Shop; a paper placemat bearing an illustration of the Holman building; two sheets of unmarked letterhead stationery; two unmarked envelopes; an unmarked bill of sale; an unmarked reservation card for the Holman Hotel; a 1962 letter to E. D. Newton, manager of the Holman Hotel, from James S. Rivers of WMJM in Cordele, Georgia, with Mr. Newton’s reply; a 1962 letter to E. D. Newton from Edgar M. Crosby of the Sarepta Baptist Association; postcards from Holman Hotel patrons requesting items left behind: one from Leon Mead of Knoxville, Tennessee, and one from J.M. Gooden of Atlanta; a petition concerning nighttime street parking, dated June 18, 1958; a clipping of a newspaper article concerning the above problem; a clipping, dated February 27, 1963, from the Advertiser Entertainment section of the Athens Album, showing a 1927 photograph of Holman Hotel employees; clippings of two newspaper articles concerning the closing of the Holman Hotel: the Athens Banner-Herald, December 16, 1962; the Independent (Anderson, S.C.), January 6, 1963; a brochure entitled Georgia Hotel Laws; a brochure from the Georgia Hotel Association listing Georgia hotels; an undated brochure from the Athens Chamber of Commerce with pictures of several local buildings; and a document with an undated map of the University of Georgia and downtown on one side and a text entitled “Student Life at Georgia” on the other.
In the second folder, an Athens-Watkinsville telephone book dated September 1955 in a Holman Hotel folder; a trash container for automobiles with the name, Holman Hotel, and contact information printed on it; and two keys on holders marked Holman Hotel, for rooms 202 and 406.