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Harold M. Phillips

President

U.S. Chess Trust

HQ Phone:  (800) 388-5464

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U.S. Chess Trust

P.O. Box 838

Wallkill, New York,12589

United States

Company Description

The U.S. Chess Trust has supported this event since its inception. Tax-deductible donations are accepted, earmarked for the event. The United States Chess Federation (USCF) National Girls Invitational (NGIT) is a tournament of Champions for girls from across...more

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Employment History

President

United States Chess Federation


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Chess History - The U.S. Chess Trust

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President, Harold Phillips (1951-1954) / Executive Director, Ken Harkness (1953-1960)


Interviews — U.S. Chess Trust

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L.K. My father taught me at age 7, and I had a lesson on how to do the king and rook checkmate at age 8 from Harold Phillips, the first USCF president and a New York champion in the year 1895 (!!).
His daughter and my mother were best friends from college.


The World Chess Hall of Fame and Sidney Samole Chess Museum

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Harold Phillips


www.uschesstrust.org

L.K. My father taught me at age 7, and I had a lesson on how to do the king and rook checkmate at age 8 from Harold Phillips, the first USCF president and a New York champion in the year 1895 (!!).
His daughter and my mother were best friends from college.


www.chess-poster.com

Harold Phillips elected USCF president.


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