Mortimer Levitt Memoir

Ninety-Six and Too Busy To Die:  A Life Beyond the Age of Dying, by Mortimer Levitt

Hardcover with dust jacket, used; signed by the author.

 

Mortimer Levitt founded the Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts in Westport in 1972.

Mortimer Levitt Memoir

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  • Ninety-Six and Too Busy To Die:  A Life Beyond the Age of Dying, by Mortimer Levitt

    Hardcover with dust jacket, used; signed by the author.

    Even though Mortimer Levitt flunked out of high school, he became a legendary rags-to-riches story. He was founder and sole owner of the Custom Shops Shirtmakers, eight-two stores coast-to-coast, no franchise, no partners, no bankers, and no debt.   But Levitt said he did not want to be a businessman, and he retired from the day-to-day management of his business on June 30, 1941, three years and ten months after the opening.  

    Mortimer Levitt founded the Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts in Westport in 1972.