I found the following records of children born to her parents, Samuel Hollander and Anna Honenváld on the same microfilm: "Registers of Jewish births, marriages and deaths for Bonyhád, Tolna, Hungary. Text in Hungarian and German." FHL microfilm no. 642923, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
See Lina Hollander's birth record for details of the headings and how I figured out the translation.
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The next sibling I find is unnamed.
This unnamed son was born and died on June 2, 1889. There is a dash in the space for the circumcision information and the date of death in the next to last column. Although this page doesn't have a year written on it, it followed pages of births from 1889. And although Lina Hollander's birth record has a year of 1889 written on it, I'm not 100% sure that she was born in 1889, as other records have her birth as 1890 (Social Security Death Index) or 1891 (husband, Josef Handler's Naturalization Record).
I then find a younger sister.
Roza Hollander was born on December 4, 1892 to Samuel Hollander, occupation of peddler, and Anna Honenváld. Roza's naming ceremony was on December 10, 1892, and the officiant is the same as Lina Hollander's, Ignatz [?] Klein.
And another younger sister.
Regina Hollander was born on January 12, 1895 to Samuel Hollander, occupation peddler, and Anna Honenváld. Their residence is listed as Bonyhád 107. The midwife is Berta Hausner. (I would surmise that it is the same midwife that attended Anna in each of her deliveries, but her name is recorded slightly differently each time.) The naming ceremony was January 19, again with Ignacz Klein as officiant.
Fanny Hollander, born May 12, 1888
unnamed son Hollander, born and died June 2, 1889
Lina Hollander, born September 5, 1890 (unlikely 1889)
Roza Hollander, born December 4, 1892
Regina Hollander, born January 12, 1895
This Register of Jewish records ends in 1895. Although I found quite a few Hollanders earlier than these, I didn't find a birth record for Samuel. I may have to look at this microfilm again, looking spcifically for Samuel Hollander's birth.
Next step for researching this family is to borrow the microfilm of the Civil Registration of Bonyhád for 1895 - 1977 and see if I can find more records for the Hollander family. Were there any more children of Samuel and Anna? Can I find the marriage record of Lina Hollander to Josef Handler?