Felt (disambiguation)

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Felt is a non-woven cloth that is produced by matting, condensing, and pressing fibers.

Felt may also refer to:

Places[edit]

Flora and fungi[edit]

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People[edit]

  • Felt family, a US family of politicians
  • Dick Felt (1933-2012), former college and AFL Football defensive back
  • Dorr Felt (1862–1930), inventor of the Comptometer, an early computing device
  • Edward P. Felt (1960-2001), a victim of the September 11, 2001 attacks aboard United Airlines Flight 93
  • Ephraim Porter Felt (1868-1943), American entomologist specialised in Diptera
  • Harry D. Felt (1902-1992), American aviator in WWII and commander in chief of Pacific Command
  • John H. Felt (1867-1938), architect and founder of J.H. Felt & Company
  • Louie B. Felt (1850-1928), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) personality
  • Nathaniel H. Felt (1816–1887), politician and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) personality
  • Robert Felt (1952-2002), computer programmer, National Scrabble Championship-winner
  • Ulrike Felt (born 1957), Austrian social scientist
  • William Mark Felt, Sr. (1913-2008), the Watergate scandal informant called "Deep Throat"

Other[edit]

  • Felt and Tarrant Manufacturing Company, manufacturer of the Comptometer desk calculator
  • Felt Bicycles, an American bicycle manufacturer
  • Tar paper, paper impregnated with tar, for waterproofing roofs
  • Roofing felt (asphalt felt), felt paper coated with asphalt bitumen for waterproofing roofs
  • Marker pen, or felt tip pen, a writing instrument
  • Felt boots
  • Felt sense and Felt shift, kind of awareness in Focusing

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