We all find inspiration in our own unique way. Holley has been inspired by history and certain historical figures since her teens. In high school, she interned at Franklin Roosevelt’s Little White House in Warm Springs while undertaking research for her senior capstone project. That brief time in Warm Springs laid the foundation for Holley's remarkable journey.
Since then, she has worked at two presidential libraries, a nonprofit organization created to honor the life and legacy of one of our most extraordinary first ladies, and published articles on monumental figures in history such as Frank Sinatra, Loretta Lynn, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, Mary McLeod Bethune, and more.
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“OH! LOOK AT ME NOW”: FRANK SINATRA’S MOMENTOUS COMEBACK IN THE 1970S
February 25, 2024
In 1971, Frank Sinatra shocked the world by announcing his retirement. But that was not the end of the legendary singer's career. Read more about Sinatra's comeback and his life during the 1970s in Holley's article published in "Frame of Reference."
WHAT HOLLEY DOES
Holley is always looking to write for new history-related publications or blogs! Check out her articles to learn more about her work as a historian.
As an enthusiastic historian, Holley loves sharing her passion and interest with a vast audience. Have a podcast in mind? Let's discuss more!
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The key to being an astute historian is mastering the art of research. Holley brings the stories of individuals she finds inspiring through her comprehensive research.
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