CONSTANTINE P. MANOUSE - Sinee 1906 Mr. Manouse has been established in the mercantile business in Endicott,
New York, and today holds a place among the substantial and prominent business men of that town. He was born August
4, 1888, in Turkey, son of Peter and Athena Manouse; his father was a fisherman in the homeland, and there the
son grew to manhood, attending the public school. At an early age he learned the trade of tailor, which he followed
for some years, and after coming to America engaged in this line of work on his own account. From a modest start
with a small tailor shop, his business increased to an extent where he was in a position to open a store, where
he sold furnishings, in addition to making clothes to order. His place of business is at No. 61 Washington avenue.
The high class of his workmanship and his reliability soon brought him many customers, and each passing year has
seen an appreciable increase in the amount of business. Mr. Manouse is a Republican, and, as seems natural with
those who make this land their adopted country, he takes the keenest interest in the welfare of the town, State
and country. Mr. Manouse is also prominent in fraternal organizations, being a member of the Masonic order; the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and the Knights of Pythivs.
Mr. Manouse married, July 1, 1917, in Sayre, Blanche Boyles, born September 21, 1900, in Hills Grove, daughter
of George and Minnie (Dunlap) Boyles. Mr. and Mrs. Manouse were the parents of a daughter, Constance, who was killed
by an automobile June 29, 1922. The family attend the Methodist church of Endicott.
Binghamton and Broome County
Editor in chief: William Foote Seward
Libarian for the Binghamton Public Libraey
Lewis Historical Publishing Company
New York and Chicago, 1924
Broome County, NY
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