Adolph Levy Frankenthal
Adolph Levy Frankenthal, United States consul.
Frankenthal, Adolph Levy was born on January 1, 1851 in Lübeck, Germany. Son of L. J. and Henrietta (Hirschberg) Frankenthal.
Educated academics in Lübeek and Hamburg, Germany. Graduate Hamburg, 1864.
Resident of Boston, Massachusetts, since 1871. Naturalized, 1877; manufacturer fancy leather goods in Boston until 1898. Inventor patented violin case.
Since January 6, 1898, United States consul at Berne, Switzerland.
Contributor to various Jewish papers in Germany and Switzerland on Hebrew literature, etc.