Sir Frederick Pollock, third baronet (1845–1937); jurist.
Sir Frederick Pollock, third baronet (1845–1937; Oxford DNB); jurist. Published widely on the history of law. Appointed a Vice-President of the Society of Authors in 1884; also a member of the Council. Appointed Chairman of the Copyright Sub-Committee in May 1890, established to draft a copyright bill. Took over the role of Chairman of the Committee of Management in November 1892, when Walter Besant stepped down. Succeeded by Martin Conway in February 1895.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Entry
Bassano, Alexander. Portrait of Sir Frederick Pollock. Photograph. Reproduced in Frederick Pollock, For My Grandson. London: John Murray, 1933. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Frederick_Pollock,_3rd_Baronet#/media/File:Sir_Frederick_Pollock,_3rd_Baronet.jpg.
“Pollock, Frederick,” The History of the Society of Authors, 1884–1914, accessed September 24, 2023, http://historysoa.com/people/Pollock-Frederick.