NEW YORK (Jul. 10)
Frederick M. Warburg, banker, civic leader and sports enthusiast, died early today at the age of 75 in Memorial Hospital in Winchester, Va., after an extended illness. A partner in Kuhn. Loeb and Co. for 40 years, Mr. Warburg represented the fourth generation of his family in the 106-year-old Wall Street firm. He was a trustee and president of the 92nd Street YMHA, of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies in New York and American Jewish Committee member. He donated to the American Museum of Natural History its Warburg Hall of Ecology, named in memory of his father whom he succeeded as a Museum trustee and secretary.
The eldest son of Felix M. and Frieda Schiff Warburg, Frederick M, Warburg was born in New York, received his early education at the Bovee School in New York and the Middlesex School in Concord, Mass., and entered Harvard with the class of 1919 After World War I Mr. Warburg went to Poland for the Joint Distribution Committee, the major international Jewish relief agency, to inspect the distribution of post-war relief supplies and rehabilitation programs in areas of Eastern Europe. Interment will be private. A memorial service is planned for this autumn. Final arrangements are to be announced.