Max moved to Berlin and set up as a grain trader in business with an H. Ollendorf (probably his wife's brother, Hermann). He first appears in the Berlin address books in 1866; Ollendorf und Halberstaedter continued to be listed until 1872.
Listed in the Berlin address books from 1866 to 1899. The address books describes Max as a businessman until 1881, thereafter both Max and his brother Moritz are descibed as commodity brokers (Vereid. Waaren= u. Producten=Makler) from 1880 to 1897 and as brokers (Kursmakler) from 1898 until their deaths.
Photo of Max - archive.org: Fred Halbers collection.
Kaethe Halberstaedter’s "Louis Halberstaedter" notes;
Address books for Berlin (1799-1943);
archive.org - Fred Halbers collection: genealogical notes;
archive.org - Fred Halbers collection: dates taken from gravestones in the Juedische Friedhof, Berlin-Weissensee;
familytreemaker.genealogy.com - Jenny Ollendorf's siblings;
Address books for Berlin (1799-1943)
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