Max Hilb (1828-1881) was a Little Rock merchant and alderman. Hilb arrived in the city in 1864. In 1882 Hilb built Concordia Hall on Markham Avenue as a place for gatherings by the Jewish Concordia Association. He was on the board of directors of the Peoples Insurance Company of Arkansas.
Hilb was married to Ester Hilb.
- Carolyn Gray LeMaster, A Corner of the Tapestry: A History of the Jewish Experience in Arkansas (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1994), 120.
- Kristin Netterstrom, "Plaque a Reminder of Jewish Settlers," Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, March 21, 2009.