Bio: Lipski, Morris (1875 – 19??)
Surnames: Lipski, Boudreau
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Lipski, Morris (27 March 1875 – 19??)
MORRIS LIPSKI, who is engaged in the manufacture of awnings, tents, shades and mattresses and does general upholstering, located at No. 6 Washington street, Wausau, came to this city in 1900 and went into business first as a general repair man. He now has a business that extends into a half dozen counties and he gives constant employment to about five men.
Mr. Lipski was born March 27, 1875, in London, England, and was five years old when his parents brought him to the United States. For the first nine years the family remained in the city of New York, after which he went to Chicago, Ill., and from there to Wausau, where he not only has built up a first class business but has made many personal friends. He was married in this city to Miss Lena Boudreau, and they have one son, James. He is identified fraternally with the Odd Fellows and the Elks and belongs also to the United Commercial Travelers' Association.
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