Scope and arrangement
The Ira Gollobin papers contain client files of correspondence and related documents, and his research files of articles, news clippings, and other publications on the Philippines. The greater portion of the correspondence relates to Gollobin's legal advice to the family of American expatriate William Pomeroy, who was imprisoned in the Philippines after being captured as a leader of the Hukbalahap insurgency, a Communist-led guerrilla movement. The collection also contains files on Maud Russell, Epifanio San Juan, Jr., José Diokno, and Feng Yu-Hsiang.
The Ira Gollobin papers are arranged in two series: