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  • Collection: C. V. Boller's Scrapbook

Ada Boller Article_02191917.jpg
The article was obtained from The Fort at Lexington [Illinois] which is run by the Lexington Genealogical and Historical Society in the town where Mr. Boller was born. It is an account of the life of Mr. Boller's sister, Ada Boller. It supplies…

Obit_Louis Boller_10041887.jpg
The article was obtained from The Fort at Lexington [Illinois] which is run by the Lexington Genealogical and Historical Society in the town where Mr. Boller was born. It is an account of the life of Mr. Boller's brother, Louis M. Boller. It supplies…

Obit_Mary Plank Boller_07041912.jpg
The article was obtained from The Fort at Lexington [Illinois] which is run by the Lexington Genealogical and Historical Society in the town where Mr. Boller was born. It is an account of the life of Mr. Boller's mother, Mary Plank Boller. It…

1913 catalog back cover.jpg
Back cover of the 1913 spring/summer mail order catalog produced by the C. V. Boller Company.

Boller_CityDir_Freeport_1926.jpg
Page 42 and 43 of the 1926 city directory for the town of Freeport, NY. Page 43 shows various members of the Boller family residing at 180 Whaley Street and the location of Mr. Boller's business at 42 S. Grove Street, Freeport.

Boller_cat1913_p5.jpg
An illustration of a man in a suit taken from page 5 of the C. V. Boller Company, Spring/Summer 1913 catalog owned by the Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California Santa Barbara.

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A poem written by Edmund Vance Cooke printed on a cabinet card.

1913 catalog photo.jpg
Page 1 of the 1913 spring/summer mail order catalog produced by the C. V. Boller Company.

Boller House 2.JPG
Photo taken in 2015 by April Lynne Earle of 180 Whaley Street, Freeport, Long Island, New York, where Mr. Boller and his family lived from about 1915 until his death in 1951.

Boller Business Freeport.JPG
Photo taken in 2015 by April Lynne Earle of 70 Guy Lombardo Avenue, formerly Grove Street, Freeport, Long Island, New York, where Mr. Boller's tailoring company, C.V. Boller Co., was located from about 1915 to the late 1940s.
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