Isaac A. Heilbronner
Values Codes, I – E – L
Isaac Heilbronner was born in 1875, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
His parents were Henry and Hanrietta Heilbronner, later of Butte, Montana.
In 1883, he left school to start his business career as a cash boy at the Bronner Mercantile Company of Butte.
He eventually moved up to salesman.
In 1891, Isaac Heilbronner took a salesman job at Louis D. Cohn’s Wholesale Cigar Firm.
In 1898, Isaac Heilbronner entered into a partnership with E. C. Kulli.
In 1906, Isaac Heilbronner left sales and became a mining investor.
His company was called the National Mining and Investment Company.
Isaac Heilbronner held memberships in the Butte Country Club and the Silver Bow Club.
In 1900, Isaac Heilbronner married Rose Hall (daughter of the Alice Mining Company’s manager).
They had one son: Walter Lewis Heilbronner.
Isaac Heilbronner died in 1925, and is buried in the B’nai Israel Cemetery
- 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://18.104.22.168/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
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