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A Layman's Program for Peace by Samuel S. Fels and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Samuel Simeon Fels, youngest son of Lazarus and Susanna Fels, was born in Yanceyville, N.C., on Febru His family moved north to settle in Philadelphia, where in Samuel joined the soap manufacturing business established that year by his older brother. Samuel S. Fels. Samuel Simeon Fels was a philanthropist, civic leader and president of Fels & Company, the manufacturer of Fels Naptha, a popular household soap. In , he founded the Samuel S. Fels Fund, a private independent foundation supporting scientific, educational and/or charitable purposes. The Fels Research Institute was owned and operated by the Fels Fund of Philadelphia, a fund set up by Samuel Fels to continue his philanthropic endeavors. By the s, the Fels Institute was also receiving additional support from the U.S. government from grants and contracts through the National Institutes of Health.
Further, there is no record in Fels' check book that Barber returned the original $, or that Fels paid Barber the $ balance. Barber never asked nor expected that the balance be paid.] Enter Mr. Meiff: On December 20th, in the first paragraph of a letter to Fels, he states that "I hope you have learned that Iso is not going to play the. The Samuel S. Fels Fund was incorporated as a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation on Decem Our founder was Samuel S. Fels, Philadelphia philanthropist and civic leader who was president of Fels & Company, manufacturer of Fels Naptha, a vastly popular household soap. Samuel Fels was born in Yanceyville, North Carolina in and. #N#Samuel Fels High School. School District of Philadelphia. Principal Welcome. Mission and Vision. School Improvement Plan. Contact Information. Cell Phone Policy. Attendance Policy. Student Handbook. Administrative Team. Counselors and Social Work. Main Office and Support Staff. Art and Performing Arts Department. English Department. Samuel Fels of Philadelphia.. [Dale Phalen; Samuels S. Fels Fund, Philadelphia.] Print book: Biography: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: # Samuel S. Fels Fund\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 wdrs.
Morgan then approached a variety of scientists to take on this question, but all turned him down, the book states. He then approached Samuel Fels, a Philadelphia philanthropist, who agreed to fund the project. The study began under the direction of Dr. Lester Sontag, who stayed on as director for almost 40 years. Samuel Fels. Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Philanthropist Samuel Fels, shown second from the left in this photograph, financially supported Henry Goddard’s field workers in their quest to identify families with a history of intellectual disability and immoral living. Collection created through a Samuel S. Fels Community Fellowship Grant in of over book and periodical illustrations from the 16th - to 19th -centuries depicting all aspects of African American history and life. Images range in date from (Giralomo Benzoni, Americae Pars Quinta) to (John Wesley Cromwell, The Negro in American History) and include views . Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Samuel Simeon Fels papers. Seven series of papers including: correspondence, publications, Fels and Company, financial records, legal papers, biography, and miscellaneous. Samuel Simeon Fels, youngest son of Lazarus and Susanna Fels, was born in Yanceyville, N.C., on Febru