Philip Baker

Philip Baker may refer to:

  • Philip Baker (chess player) (died 1932) – Irish chess player
  • Philip Baker (provost)
  • Philip Noel-Baker, Baron Noel-Baker
  • Pip and Jane Baker

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Irish Chess Championship - Men's Winners
1915 John O'Hanlon 1922 T.G.Cranston 1924 Philip Baker 1925 John O'Hanlon 1926 John O'Hanlon 1927 Philip Baker 1928 Philip Baker 1929 Philip Baker 1930 John O'Hanlon 1931 T.G.Cranston 1932 John O'Hanlon 1933 ... Alan Templeton Ludgate 1979 David Dunne / Eamon Keogh 1980 Paul Delaney 1981 David Dunne / Philip Short 1982 John Delaney 1983 David Dunne 1984 Eugene ...
Philip Baker - See Also
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List Of Counties In Georgia (U.S. State) - Counties Listing
... sq mi (7002738000000000000738 km2) Baker County 007 Newton 1825 Early County ... Colonel John Baker (died 1792), a hero of the American Revolutionary War ... sq mi (7002484000000000000484 km2) Calhoun County 037 Morgan 1854 Early and Baker counties ...
Hugo Award For Best Short Story - Winners and Nominees
... of Fantasy Science Fiction !The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction 19592 !1959 Baker, Anton LeeAnton Lee Baker "They've Been Working On..." Astounding ... of Fantasy Science Fiction 19602 !1960 Farmer, Philip JoséPhilip José Farmer "Alley Man" !"The Alley Man" Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction !The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction 19602 !1960 ... Science Fiction 19662 !1966 Farmer, Philip JoséPhilip José Farmer "Day of the Great Shout" Worlds of Tomorrow 19662 !1966 Leiber, FritzFritz Leiber "Stardock" Fantastic 19662 !1966 ...

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