Adolph H. Heilbronner
Values Codes, I – E – L
Adolph H. Heilbronner was born in 1880, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In 1882, Heilbronner’s family moved to Butte, Montana, where his father worked for a mercantile firm.
In 1899, Adolph Heilbronner began working for the Electric Railway Company.
Heilbronner was the agent for the Salt Lake Route until 1918.
He also invested in real estate and created advertising campaigns.
Adolph Heilbronner supported the building of Columbia Gardens, a Butte Public Park.
Adolph Heilbronner married Fay Levenson (1883-1973) in 1907.
Adolph Heilbronner died in 1957
He is buried at the B’nai Israel Cemetery in Butte, Montana (Block C, Lot 27).
Fay Heilbronner died in 1973
- Coleman, Julie L. Golden Opportunities: A Biographical History of Montana’s Jewish Communities. Helena, Montana: SkyHouse Publishers, 1994.
- Moses Morris papers, 1894-1932. Montana Historical Society Research Center – Archives and Photographs Archives. http://220.127.116.11/archivegrid/collection/data/420247227
- Birth/Death Date information from findagrave.com
- Montana Women’s History. http://montanawomenshistory.org/using-quilts-as-a-window-into-montana-womens-history/#more-2082
Samantha Silver is our Curator for this Adolph H. Heilbronner Exhibit.
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