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Hollister was incorporated as a town in 1910 with Professor J.W. Blankenship becoming the first mayor.
Hollister is noted for bringing to Taney County the first major influx of tourism. It had the first iron bridge in Taney County which still spans Turkey Creek, the first paved street, electric lights, movie house, the first registered pharmacist and modern steam heated hotel.
The colorful history of this unusual Ozark town is fascinating and covers and era when stock wars were waged between merchants and stockmen. Grape carnivals promoted by the railroad were gala affairs where men and women of an age gone by helped to build an unique English Village in the Ozarks. . .Hollister, Missouri
Local Historian, Viola Hartman, is credited with Hollister's being placed on the National Register of Historical sites In 1978
For a lot more information, visit the City of Hollister's website here
Hollister area listings below:
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