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    IRWIN A. HOLLOWAY, who has been a resident of Piqua, Ohio, almost continuously during the past nineteen years, is a railway postal clerk, running on the Pennsylvania line between Indianapolis and St. Louis.

    Mr. Holloway was born in Covington, Kentucky, in 1880, and was nine years of age when his parents moved to Piqua, Ohio, where he was reared to maturity and attended the public schools. He completed a course in a commercial college, after which he was employed at office work for some fifteen months. He then was in the employ of an uncle at Syracuse, New York, for six months, at the end of which time he entered the railway postal service, at which he has since continued. He is a man of wide acquaintance in this city and makes his home at No. 507 South Main Street. In 1903 Mr. Holloway was married to Miss Cleo Collar of Ligonier, Indiana, and they have two children, Eleanor Alda and Martha Elizabeth. The family attend the Green Street Methodist Episcopal Church of Piqua.

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