Robert Dollar photographic portrait, 1925-1932.


Underwood & Underwood. Robert Dollar photographic portrait, 1925-1932.

Robert Dollar photographic portrait, 1925-1932.

Silver gelatin photographic print (b&w, 10-5/8 x 14 in.) of Robert Dollar before 1932, mounted in a 13 x 16-1/2 in. presentation folder with the Underwood & Underwood studio stamp on the front cover while the print is signed in pencil by Underwood & Underwood, Washington, DC. in the lower right corner.

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Dollar, Robert, 1844-1932 (person)

Biography The founder of a vast lumber and shipping empire, Robert Dollar was born in Falkirk, Scotland in 1844. He emigrated to Canada with his father in 1858 and started work as a cook's boy in a lumber camp. By 1866 he was foreman of a camp and, in 1871, bought his first piece of timber land. He continually enlarged his scope of operations, moving first to Michigan, and, in 1888, to California where he opened an office in San Francisco and...

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