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Pollock family

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Works: 125 works in 150 publications in 3 languages and 783 library holdings
Genres: Trials, litigation, etc  Genealogy  History 
Roles: Author
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Family papers by Robert Middleton Pollock( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Business and personal correspondence, and financial, legal, and subject files, of Pollock, relating to Fargo College, family matters, land holdings, Jordan vs. Sweet case (1912), Frank Lynch, and National Temperance League, and copy of Pinkerton's National Detective Agency report on Louisiana Lottery Company; together with papers of Pollock's wife, Christine (Corse) Pollock, containing letters and other items concerning her school years in Racine, Wis., writings by Mrs. Pollock including "Women's Rights as Citizens," and "Chinese and Japanese in the United States", Fargo College publications of the Pollock children, and newspaper clippings relating to family members
Papers of Thomas Gordon Pollock by Thomas Gordon Pollock( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondents are: among the Pollock family, Abraham David Pollock, his father and a Presbyterian minister of Leeton Forest, Fauquier Co., Va.; his mother, Elizabeth Gordon Lee Pollock, his brother Charles Lee Pollock; and friends and others, including, Edward C. Anderson, M. Boyce, Douglas French Forrest, Edward Livingston Martin, Meriwether Randolph, John Scott, and Robert I. Taylor Scott [189 items] -- Life in the exode [ca. 800 l. 32 cm. holograph] and Life and light in the New Testament [161 l. 32 cm. holograph] historical and theological commentaries on the Bible by A.D. Pollock -- Correspondence, 1900-04, of John Janney, a Leesburg, Va., attorney, on various matters including some legal papers [ca. 20 items. hand and typewritten]
Papers by S. S Gilson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers include a correspondence, a diary, essays and publications, newsclippings and other sundry items primarily documenting Gilson's Civil War service and his friendship with Dr. Thomas Davis, a Presbyterian minister; classmate of Gilson at Jefferson College (Cannonsburg, Pa.)
Pollack family papers by Pollack family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Article in the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle (1984) that gives some family history and describes a party of sixty of their descendants living in Milwaukee who gathered at Gerry and Joe Biller's home
Papers of the Pollock and related Gilmour and Janney families by Pollock family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Other topics include: the deaths of Taylor Scott, Matthew Gilmour (1904), and Nannie Lee Pollock Janney (1908); the upkeep and possible sale of "Leeton Forest"; the mining ventures of John Janney in Utah; John Janney's ocean voyage; corn crops; cattle sales; and the recovery of Monroe Gilmour from a burn injury
 
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Beyond Damned Quarter : the Polk/Pollock family of the Chesapeake Eastern shore in the colonial era
Alternative Names
Pollack family

Pollak family

Pollok family

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