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Henry Pollack Trunk Company
in New York.' He was dead by 1910 when she and her son were enumerated in the 1910 census as a
guest of the Ansonia Hotel with their own income.165 She died on 4 March 1959 in Los Angeles County,
Hannah POLLACK and L. GOODMAN had the following children:
24 i. Sophia B. GOODMAN167 was born in May 1887 in Nebraska.168
+25 ii. Hortense GOODMAN was born on 6 August 1891, Missouri'69,170 and died on 22
January 1988, Los Angeles County, California.171
10. Lottie POLLACK72,173,174 (P. Samuel-1) was born in February 1871 in St. Louis, St. Louis
County, Missouri.175,176 She married Gus HART177,178 who was born in January 1862 in Germany,179,180
around 1890. Her mother was living with them while they were in Springfield, Green County, Missouri,
in 1900.181 The family moved around a great deal. They were in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in 1910
living at 523 W 12th,1 82 The couple was in Indianapolis, Indiana, for the 1920 census183 and in Chicago
by 1930 living at the Chicago Beach Hotel.'84 He was a traveling salesman for a paper company. He
died on 15 February 1934 in Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois.'85 She died on 18 October 1948 in Chicago,
Cook Co, Illinois.'6
Lottie POLLACK and Gus HART had the following children:
+26 i. Samuel HART was born on 23 June 1890, Texas.1878'8 He married Aimee, in 1924;
died in July 1967, Cook Co, Illinois.'89
162 Vital Records, California Death Index.
163 1900 US Census, Nebraska City Ward 3, Otoe County, Nebraska, page 107 105 2nd Ave.
165 1910 US Census, Manhattan Ward 22, New York County, New York, page 115.
166 Vital Records, California Death Index.
1671910 US Census., Nebraska City Ward 3, Otoe County, Nebraska page 107 105 2nd Ave.
170 Vital Records, California Death Index.
172 1880 US Census, St Louis Missouri, supervisor's district I enumeration district 77 page 32.
173 Court Record, Dallas District Court 14th Judicial District Case No 54051 B/A.
174 1930 US Census, City of Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, Chicago Beach Hotel page 20.
175 1880 US Census, St Louis City, Missouri, supervisor's district 1 enumeration district 77 page 32.
176 1900 US Census, Springfield Ward 2, Green County, Missouri, page 127 (stamped) dwelling 461.
177 1930 US Census, City of Chicago, Cook County, Illinois Chicago Beach Hotel page 20.
178 Dallas Morning News, Dogs Mourn as Henry Pollack, Blind Trunk Man, Passes Away, had Guarded Him Many Years;
February 10, 1940 issue.
179 1930 US Census, City of Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, Chicago Beach Hotel page 20.
180 1900 US Census, Springfield Ward 2, Green County, Missouri, page 127 (stamped) dwelling 461.
182 1910 US Census, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, page 268a (stamped).
183 1920 US Census, Ward 6 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, page 270b (stamped.
184 1930 US Census, City of Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, page 20a (stamped).
185 Vital Records, Illinois Death Index.
187 1900 US Census, Springfield Ward 2, Green County, Missouri, page 127 (stamped) dwelling 461.
188 Social Security Death Index.
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