Pollman, Harold A.


Harold Pollman, the son of Sarah (Sallie) and Paul Pollman, was raised in the prairie state of North Dakota, and it defined his character. He worked alongside his father transporting furs from Canada to the U.S. fur markets from the age of 10, earning 10 cents an hour for a ten-hour day. His father, a Russian immigrant at the turn of the 20th century, taught him

5 replies on “Pollman, Harold A.”

Alvin Brown says:

Our sincerest sympathies and condolences go out to the Pollman family at this difficult time.

The loss of a father and patriarch to an entire family is always a huge blow but I know that Leah and the rest of the family will weather this with grace and dignity.

A speedy recovery to Leah.

Alvin and Yolanda Brown

Sara and Robert Franco says:

So sorry to hear of your loss. Knowing you will cherish all your wonderful memories.
Much love…Sara and robert

Martha O'Mara says:

I met Harold when Mike Friedman received the Master of Design Studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and Mike asked me to invite Harold to lecture to my real estate development students. That Fall, in front of about 60 graduate students from over a dozen countries, Harold pulled out a beat-up muddy pair of boots out of a bag, and told them his story. My students were used to world famous architects and developers. But they hung on his every word. Later in the afternoon, Harold held



Stephen Norman says:

I was honored to work on the hall which bears his name, at Temple Emanu-El. May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion.

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