Phillips, Ivan Lloyd
Private and official letters, appointment diaries, photographs and papers of Ivan Lloyd Phillips (1910-1984) while working in Colonial Administrative Service in the Gold Coast, Palestine, Cyprus and Malaya, 1931-1962. When serving in Palestine, 1938-1947, he was in the King David Hotel, Jerusalem when the bomb planted by Jewish terrorists exploded on 22nd July 1946, though he escaped unhurt. After retirement, he became Secretary of the Oxford Preservation Trust, 1962-1965, and was Assistant Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Oxford University, 1965-1970.
Located at the Bodleian Library.