Stephen Hyatt Pell
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Stephen Hyatt Pell (February 3, 1874 – 1950), or Stephen Hyatt Pelham Pell was the son of John Howland Pell and Caroline Hyatt. He was born in Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York and died in New York City, New York. Pell was married to Sarah Gibbs Thompson, the daughter of Robert Means Thompson, a mining investor and operator founder of International Nickel, the forerunner of Vale Inco. Pell was a history enthusiast and collector who restored the ruins of Fort Ticonderoga.. From 1944-1949 Pell served as president of the American Numismatic Society.
- Massachusetts Magazine: Pell Family Tree
- Schenectady Gazette: S.H.P. Pell Honorary Doctorate Union College
- Biography at the American Numismatic Society
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