J. Leon Altemose

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J. Leon Altemose was a developer and contractor, active in the Valley Forge, Pennsylvania area in the late 20th century. Altemose is best known[editorializing] for his disputed construction project which eventually became the Valley Forge Convention Center.[1][2][3]


  1. ^ Downey, Sally and Jane M. Von Bergen. 16 April 2008, Philadelphia Inquirer, "J. Leon Altemose, controversial contractor, dies at 68".
  2. ^ Teague, Matthew. February 2008 Philadelphia Magazine, "The Last Union Town".
  3. ^ Rubin, Debra K. 17 April 2008, Engineering News-Record, "Open Shop Crusader Leon Altemose Dies at Age 69".