Memoir by Nona Holloway
Memoir covering the Merritt Holloway family in the late 1940s, including serving on the Deep Springs staff. Merritt returned to Deep Springs as Ranch Manager in the 1970s.
Winona Johnson Holloway
Shadow Butte Press
PDF, scanned with OCR
Deep Springs and nearby Nevada and California
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Deep Springs College
The most interesting part to Deep Springs people will be Chapters 4 and 5, pp. 115-212, which cover the years in the late 1940s when Merritt was the staff cowboy at Deep Springs. The surrounding chapters include accounts of their life in the cowboy and mining cultures of the parts of Nevada and California adjacent to Deep Springs. Nona also wrote a previous volume, "Moving On" (1989) about the family origins in Wallowa County, Oregon, and a subsequent volume, "Riders to the Rainbow, Traders to the People" (1998) about their subsequent lives in northern Arizona.
6 x 9 in., 299 pages
Winona Johnson Holloway, “Moving Out,” Deep Springs Archive, accessed January 21, 2019, http://archive.deepsprings.edu/items/show/1448.