Morris Lenson and first business in Altoona! 1 January 1898
A New Enterprise for Altoona. On February 1 the Keystone Manufacturing Manufacturing company, ol this city, will-begin will-begin will-begin will-begin operations in the manufacture of shirts, jackets, coats, overalls, pants, etc. The machinery is new and the latest improved. The famous Singers will be fitted complete with a new style Diehl electric motor, furnished and fitted by the Altoona Electrical and Engineering Engineering company, 'of this city. The factory consists of two large apartments situated on Tenth avenue near Fourteenth street, and is well adapted for this purpose. The firm is composed of Mr. Louis Silverman and Morris Lenson. The former is a young man well and favorably known in this city and a thoroughly competent business man, who for the past five years has filled the position of book-keeper book-keeper book-keeper for Harry Sleutzker, the well known notion dealer of this city. Mr. Lenson is also well known in this city. He will remain in the factory as superintendent. Both young men are hard-working, hard-working, hard-working, careful business men, and with their product, which will be of the most serviceable kind, and carefully made, they feel sure of success.