Polman, Påhlman, von Pohlmann family
Polman + arkivet = The Polman Archive, the leading digital repository for the Polman, Påhlman, & von Pohlmann family, with an extensive archive of digital collections, interactive exhibits, and research material. We believe every family has stories deserving of an archive.
Browse the featured items in the collection
Portrait depicting Christina Elisabeth Påhlman, born Renner, married in 1730 to the later lieutenant colonel Carl Gustaf Påhlman (1679-1757).
Karl XI’s decision on the lease conditions of Öötla manor
Artefacts & Objects
Colonel Påhlman’s Sword of Honour gifted from King Gustaf III.
Von Pohlmann seal with coat of arms in Eugen von Nottbeck’s collection of deeds and seals
Smedjemåla no. 1 from Lantmäteristyrelsens arkiv in 1803
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Journey to the 17th and 18th centuries — “the Era of Great Power” of the Swedish Empire — in an immersive exhibit that explores the Swedish and Russian monarchs and their relationship and intersection with the lives of the Polmans.
Photo: Abraham Wuchters, Kristina av Sverige, 1661, oil on canvas. Image courtesy of Skokloster Castle via Wikimedia Commons.
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