Frank Lane Holland Papers
Frank Lane Holland (1900-1944) served as an officer stationed in the Philippines during WW II. In 1942 he was captured by the Japanese and participated in the Bataan death march. He subsequently was interned at various prison camps, including Davao. Holland died when a Japanese prison ship was sunk by U.S. air strikes. The collection consists of a diary Holland kept, describing his daily life while in the Philippines, as well as correspondence between Holland and his wife, Dorothy Davis Holland, during this period, and five scrapbooks kept by Mrs. Holland on the Philippines, Bataan, and the Pacific Theater during the war.