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Jacob Frolich (1837 - 1890) was a newspaper publisher and served as Arkansas Secretary of State.
He was born in Oberndorf, Germany in Bavaria and emigrated to the United States with his family. John Frolich and Marie Elizabeth Herrman were his parents. They loved in various states. Frolich settled in Searcy, Arkansas. He purchased Curran Hall after the American Civil War. He founded and published the White County Record, a Democrat Party affiliated paper. He served as Secretary of State of Arkansas for three terms from 1879 to 1885. A portrait of him is part of the Aroansas Digital Archives.
He corresponded with Fontaine Richard Earle. Records of his expenses.from the Secretary of State office exist.
He married Mollie Gaines Finley September 2,1869 and they had three children: Pearl, Finley, and Herman. The Arkansas Digital Archives have a collection of his papers.
- ↑ "Encyclopedia of Arkansas". Encyclopedia of Arkansas.
- ↑ Kwas, Mary L. (April 1, 2011). "A Pictorial History of Arkansas's Old State House: Celebrating 175 Years". University of Arkansas Press – via Google Books.
- ↑ Allsopp, Fred William (May 3, 1922). "History of the Arkansas Press for a Hundred Years and More". Parke-Harper Publishing – via Google Books.
- ↑ "Jacob Frolich". Arkansas State Archives images collection, 1830s-current. June 1, 2020.
- ↑ "Correspondence: Jacob Frolich (Little Rock, Arkansas) to Fontaine Richard Earle, November 5, 1879 | ArchivesSpace at the University of Arkansas". uark.as.atlas-sys.com.
- ↑ State, Arkansas Auditor of (May 3, 1884). "Biennial Report" – via Google Books.
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 "Jacob Frolich papers, circa 1880s". Finding aids. December 31, 1880.
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