File consists of material used in the production of the annual report for 1957. Includes eight photographs, most of which are related to Electrohome's 50th anniversary celebrations; a press clipping; and two paste-ups. Some photographs contain inscriptions on verso. One photograph depicts Carl A. Pollock, Helen Pollock, W. E. Curry, Dr. Sidney Smith, Edna Staebler, and Dr. J.G. Hagey all seated on a couch.
File consists of a portfolio of material relating to a press conference for Dr. Charles F. Wilson (Consul General for Canada at Chicago) and Carl A. Pollock. Includes typed biographical sketches of Wilson and Pollock, a typed Electrohome fact sheet, portraits of Wilson and Pollock, and a photograph of Pollock's wife Helen.
File consists of a scrapbook of press clippings, photographs, snapshots, telegrams, and ephemera relating to Carl A. Pollock and his activities as Electrohome president and chairman of the board of directors and his involvement in the community. Scrapbook also contains material relating to Pollock's wife Helen (including a 1926 snapshot of the two of them), their 1929 wedding, and Pollock's studies at Oxford University. Material in scrapbook covers mainly the period from 1925 to 1963. Scrapbook also contains some loose material.
File consists of a scrapbook of press clippings, photographs, and ephemera relating to Carl A. Pollock, his activities as Electrohome president and chairman of the board of directors, his involvement in the community, and his death. Scrapbook also contains some material relating to Pollock's wife Helen (including a portrait photograph by Charles Belair) and his son-in-law Donald Steele. Material in scrapbook covers mainly the 1960s and 1970s. Scrapbook also contains some loose material.
File consists of 35 slides of Carl A. Pollock and of collages of press clippings relating to his work as president of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association and significant events at Electrohome during his tenure as company president. Subjects include Pollock speaking at various events and posing at his desk, on the plant floor, and with his wife, Helen. File also includes a slide of Arthur B. Pollock. Most slides are labelled with a brief caption and are found as photographs elsewhere in the collection.