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L. Arnold Weissberger, American lawyer. Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1943.; Member Bar Association City New York, Phi Beta Kappa.


Weissberger, L. Arnold was born on January 16, 1907 in New York City. Son of Harry Arnold and Anna (Lenson) Weissberger.


Graduate Ethical Cultural School, 1923.


Admitted to New York State bar, 1930, practiced in New York City. With firms Guggenheimer & Untermeyer, 1930-1934, Riegelman, Hess & Hirsch, 1935-1939. Established own firm, 1939.

Partner Weissberger & Frosch, 1955-1970, Weissberger & Harris, 1972-1981. Chairman Friends Theatre and Music Collection, Museum City New York, also trustee mus. Chairman New Dramatists.

Vice president, board directors Bronx House, 1936-1950. Trustee, chairman Martha Graham Dance Center Contemporary Dance. Trustee Fountain House Foundation, American Institute Music, John Golden Fund, Inc., Dance Notations Bureau, Inc., Actor’s Studio, Inc., 1969-1972, Federation Jewish Philanthropic Socs., 1940-1950, Harlem Eye and Ear Hospital, Jose Greco Foundation Hispanic Dance, Inc.

Adviser Bedside Network. President Theatre Hall of Fame, Inc.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Famous Faces, 1973. Also articles in professional journals.


Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1943. Member Bar Association City New York, Phi Beta Kappa.


Harry Arnold Weissberger

Anna (Lenson) Weissberger