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Pollard Notebooks

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Reference code(s): GB 0103 MS ADD 80
Held at: University College London
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Full title: Pollard Notebooks
Date(s): Created c1887-1913
Level of description: Collection (fonds)
Extent: 6 volumes
Name of creator(s): Pollard | Albert Frederick | 1869-1948 | historian
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Administrative/Biographical history:

Albert Pollard was born in Ryde on 16 December 1869. He went to Jesus College Oxford and achieved a first class honours in Modern History in 1891. He became Assistant Editor of the Dictionary of National Biography in 1893. He was Professor of Constitutional History at University College London from 1903 to 1931. He was a member of the Royal Historical Manuscripts Commission, and founder of the the Historical Association, 1906. He was Editor of History, 1916-1922, and of the Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 1923-1939. He published 500 articles in the Dictionary of National Biography, and many other books and papers concerning history. Pollard died on 3 August 1948.


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Notebooks of lecture notes on history.

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