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Lily Sosa de Newton was born on 24 October, 1920 in Morón Province of Buenos Aires, is a historian. Discover Lily Sosa de Newton's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 97 years old?

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Age 97 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 24 October 1920
Birthday 24 October
Birthplace Morón Province of Buenos Aires
Date of death (2017-05-14) Ciudadela
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She worked until 1998 as press and public relations director of Editorial Plus Ultra. She participated in graphic media, television and radio.


She won the first prize in the contest of EUDEBA (Editorial University of Buenos Aires) for the Collection "Genius and Figure" with her book on Hilario Ascasubi, published in 1980, and the Honorable Mention Award "Ricardo Rojas" in Buenos Aires. She published 'Narradoras argentinas' (1852-1932) in 1995 and in 1999 'Las protagonistas', a collection of short biographies of international characters. In 2007, 'Las Argentinas y su historia' was published. It was an essay published with the support of the BA Culture Fund (Metropolitan Program for the Promotion of Culture, Arts and Sciences), of the Government of the city of Buenos Aires. She participated in congresses and diverse meetings about history and feminine problems and her work has been published in acts and collective works, as well as collaborations in magazines and newspapers.


Lily Sosa de Newton was a pioneer in visualising women and wrote the Biographical Dictionary of Argentine Women in 1970, when no one dealt with these issues.


In 1941, newly married, they went to live in Santa Fe because her husband had been appointed editor of a new newspaper, Santa Fe de Hoy. They lived there for three years.


In 1938 she met Jorge Newton, journalist and writer. Later on she married this renowned Argentine historian, who urged her to investigate and write. They wrote together some titles in co-authorship, both books and newspaper articles.


Lily Sosa de Newton (October 24, 1920 — May 14, 2017) was an Argentine historian, biographer and essayist. She was a pioneer in historical research on relevant Argentine women in different fields. She also wrote numerous biographies of historical figures.

She was born on October 24, 1920 in Morón Province of Buenos Aires, a few kilometres from the capital. It was there where her paternal and maternal grandparents lived and where her parents had married. She had an older brother and a younger sister. Then they moved to the city of Buenos Aires, where she studied, first in the Liceo No. 1 and then as a teacher in the 'colegio de Adoratrices'.