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Phillips, Marion (1881–1932), first Labour Party woman organizer, was born on 29 October 1881 at St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia, youngest in the family of three sons and four daughters of Phillip David Phillips (1836–1909), a well-to-do Australian-born Jewish lawyer, and his wife, Rose Asher...


Marion Phillips (1881–1932) by Lafayette, 1929 © National Portrait Gallery, London


Rosenberg [married name Hoenig], Rose (1892–1966), political secretary, was born at 16 Fort Street, Spitalfields, London, on 1 September 1892, the daughter and eldest child in the family of at least three daughters and four sons of Isaac Rosenberg (b. 1866/7)...


Wolf, Lucien (1857–1930), journalist and lobbyist, was born on 20 January 1857 in London, the elder son of Edward Wolf, pipe manufacturer, and his wife, Céline (née Redlich). On his father's side Bohemian, on his mother's Viennese, Wolf may have spent his working life in ...