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Pennsylvania State Senate

Morris Einstein



Session Position District Party
1919-1920 42 Republican
1921-1922 42 Republican
1923-1924 42 Republican
1925-1926 42 Republican
1927-1928 42 Republican
1929-1930 42 Republican
1931-1932 42 Republican
1933-1934 42 Republican
 Counties   Allegheny


1865 - 1937

Born in Allegheny City, Pa., June 15, 1865, the son of Leopold and Matilda Loefler Einstein, Morris was educated in public schools; pursued the drug business; in 1900 organized the Pennsylvania Light and Power Co., served as general manager until its merger with the Philadelphia Light and Power Co.; was president of the Mutual Ice and Ice-cream Co.; elected to Select Council of Allegheny County, serving 20 years as chair of Twenty-fifth Ward Republican organization of  Pittsburgh.  Morris was elected to the state Senate in 1918, serving from 1919 through 1934; delegate to numerous conventions and trustee of the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy.  He was a member of Rodef Shalom Congregation, Pittsburgh, where he died on June 12, 1937.