Phillips, Lionel

(1885-1936)
   South African indus-trialist. He was one of the London Jews who went to South Africa after the discovery of the Kimberley diamond mine. He helped organize the diamond industry. He was a member of the first South African parliament.

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  • PHILLIPS, SIR LIONEL — (1855–1936), South African financier and mining magnate. Born in London, he emigrated to South Africa (from England). He settled in Kimberley in 1875 and started work as a diamond sorter. In 1881 he became a director of the Griqualand West… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Lionel Trilling — (born Lionel Mordechai [cite book last = Wald first = Alan M. title = The New York Intellectuals: The Rise and Decline of the Anti Stalinist Left from the 1930s to the 1980s publisher = University of North Carolina Press date = 1987 pages = p 33… …   Wikipedia

  • PHILLIPS, WILLIAM — (1907–2002), U.S. editor and writer. Born in New York, Phillips attended City College and earned a master s degree at New York University (1930). He completed some graduate work at Columbia while an instructor in English at NYU. Phillips is best… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Lionel Trilling — (Nueva York, 4 de julio de 1905 – 5 de noviembre de 1975) fue un crítico literario, autor y profesor estadounidense. Trayectoria Hijo de una familia judía neoyorkina, Lionel Trilling se educó en la Universidad de Columbia, donde fue contemporáneo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Lionel Phillips — Sir Lionel Phillips, 1st Baronet (6 August 1855 ndash;2 July 1936) was a South African mining magnate and politician.Early lifePhillips was born in London on 6 August 1855 to a family of lower middle class merchants, who formed part of a growing… …   Wikipedia

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  • Phillips Baronets — There has been one Phillips baronetcy. It was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 10 February 1912. Phillips Baronets of London (1912)*Sir Lionel Phillips, 1st Baronet (6 August 1855 ndash; 2 July 1936) *Sir Lionel Francis Phillips …   Wikipedia

  • Lionel Tate — The crime and convictionTate was left alone with Eunick, who was being babysat by Tate s mother, Kathleen Grossett Tate, while she took a nap upstairs. Tate s defense argued that the then 12 year old, 166 pound boy was playing with the 6 year old …   Wikipedia

  • Phillips, Sir Lionel — (1855–1936)    South African mining millionaire. Phillips was one of the young London Jews who went to South Africa to seek their fortune after the discovery of the Kimberley diamond mine. He played an important part in organizing the diamond… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

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