William J. Holloway

William Judson Holloway (December 15, 1888 – January 27, 1970) was an American principal, lawyer, and politician who served as the fourth Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma. Following Henry S. Johnston's impeachment and removal from office, Holloway became the eighth governor of Oklahoma.

Prior to becoming governor, Holloway was a Hugo schoolteacher, a state senator and President pro tempore of the Oklahoma Senate. As governor he was responsible for reforming Oklahoma's election laws and addressing transportation problems.

Holloway died in 1970 in Oklahoma City. His son, William Judson Holloway Jr., was a United States federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Holloway, William
Published 1800
printed by T. Maiden, for Ann Lemoine, and sold by T. Hurst

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by Holloway, William
Published 1800
Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row

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by Holloway, William
Published 1792
printed and published, by J. Love, at his circulating and musical library

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by Holloway, William
Published 1792
printed for J. Love, by S. Powell, and W. Holloway

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by Holloway, William
Published 1896
G. Redway