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William Henry Harrison Polhamus
"Polhamus, William Henry Harrison (Aug. 5, 1842-May 22, 1919), lawyer, was born in New York State. He served in the Civil War, and was captured and imprionsed in Libby Prison. In 1887 he began the practice of law in Cleveland; he was also active in the G.A.R. He died in Lakewood."
[William Coyle (ed.), Ohio Authors and Their Books: Biographical Data and Selective Bibliographies for Ohio Authors, Native and Resident, 1796-1950 504 (Cleveland & New York: World Publishing Co. for Martha Kinney Cooper Ohioana Library Association, 1962)] [Used with the gracious permission of the Ohioana Library Association]
William Henry Harrison Polhamus, Cedar Creek: A Poem (Cleveland: The Imperial Press, 1901) [online text]
William Henry Harrison Polhamus, Our attitude toward the Philippines does it accord with our American views of self government ([Cleveland?]: s.n. 1899)(Pamphlets in American history; Spanish-American War, 1898)(31 pgs.)