Charles Hallgarten (1838-1908), German-American banker, philanthropist and social reformer
Fritz Hallgarten (1865-1925), chemist, co-founder and honorary citizen of the University of Frankfurt, the son of Charles Hallgarten. Two sons with 'Jella Bonn': 'Hans Otto', a naval architect (1893-1916, killed in Verdun / First World War, a student of Lessing-Gymnasium, later of Berlin Institute of Technology), 'Paul Arnold' (*1902)
Robert Hallgarten (1870-1924), American-German lawyer and Germanic, son of Charles Hallgarten
Constance Hallgarten (1881-1969), German pacifist and feminist, wife of Robert Hallgarten
George WF Hallgarten (1901-1975), German-American historian, son of Robert and Constance Hallgarten
Richard Hallgarten (1905-1932, known as Ricki Hallgarten), German painter, son of Robert and Constance Hallgarten, friend of Klaus and Erika Mann in Munich
Liselotte Dieckmann (1902-1994), Germanist, comparative literature scholar, daughter of Emma Eleanore Hallgarten (who was a daughter of Charles Hallgarten) and Max Neisser
Hallgarten (Pfalz), a municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Hallgarten (Rheingau), a Stadtteil of Oestrich-Winkel in Hesse, Germany.
Hallgarten Prize at the National Academy of Design
Hallgarten Hall at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire.
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