Pollock, William Frederick
Sir William Frederick Pollock, second baronet (1815–1888); lawyer and author.
Sir William Frederick Pollock, second baronet (1815–1888; Oxford DNB); lawyer and author. Published a translation of Dante's Divine Comedy (1854); also wrote an autobiography (1887) and edited William Charles Macready's Reminiscences (1876). Chairman of the Committee of Management, succeeding James Cotter Morison. Stepped down in 1888 due to ill health; replaced by Walter Besant.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Entry
Portrait of William Frederick Pollock. Albumen Print.
“Pollock, William Frederick,” The History of the Society of Authors, 1884–1914, accessed June 3, 2023, https://historysoa.com/people/Pollock-William-Frederick.