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Biographical Sketches of Representative Alumni

from the University of Wisconsin: Its History and its Alumni
by Reuben Gold Thwaites   1900

David Bower Frankenburger, A. M., LL. B., Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory.

Born at Lawrence, Pennsylvania, October 13, 1845. In 1855 he came to Wisconsin with his parents, who settled in Green County. In 1864 he entered Milton Academy, and graduated from U. W. in 1869 with the degree of Ph. B. Was instructor in U. W. for two years. Graduated from U. W. Law School in 1871, and entered at once upon the practice of law in Milwaukee. Joined U. W. faculty in 1878. Received degree of A. M. in 1882. Professor Frankenburger was married to Miss Mae Storer, of Madison, and has two children. He has published numerous poems, and magazine articles, and has edited Essays and Monographs, by William Francis Allen (Madison, 1890), and three editions of the General Catalogue of the Officers and Graduates of U. W.

"David B. Frankenburger." The University of Wisconsin: Its History and its Alumni. Madison: J. N. Purcell, 1900. 450.
From the University of Wisconsin Archives: Series 0/5/1