January 14, 1871 - October 20, 1937
Felix M. Warburg was a member of the banking firm Kuhn, Loeb & Company, New York. Internationally known for his many services and contributions to humanitarian projects following the first World War, Warburg also played a significant role in the development of some of New York's leading art, scientific and educational institutions. Among them were the Federation for Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of new York, the American Joint Distribution Committee, the Jewish Welfare Board, the American Association of Adult Education, the Jewish Theological Seminary, the Institute of Musical Art, the Henry Street Settlement, the Art Commission of New York, Teachers College of Columbia University, the American Museum of Natural History and the American Association of Museums. He was a member of the Board of Trustees at the American Museum of Natural History
Trustee, American Museum of Natural History.
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