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Edward Seligman (Teddy) Hallenstein (1878–1946)

Mr. Edward Hallenstein, well-known Melbourne business man, died on Saturday at the age of 67. Mr Hallenstein was a director of Michaelis, Hallenstein and Co. Pty. Ltd. and Cockatoo Dock, and had been manager of the Michaelis Hallenstein Tannery for the past 33 years. Popular with his employees and a member of several racing clubs, Mr. Hallenstein will be remembered particularly for his generosity in charitable and welfare work. As a member of Footscray Technical school council he did much to further the progress of the school. He is survived by a son, Albert, and two daughters, Mrs. M. Collins and Mrs. B. Bryans. The funeral took place yesterday at Spring Vale crematorium.

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8 September, 1878
St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


18 May, 1946 (aged 67)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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