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 Harry Hart

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Harry Hart

Birth
Death
20 Nov 1929 (aged 79)
Burial
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA
Memorial ID
163889667 View Source

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Sonia Sanchez Galarza
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"Mr. Harry Hart was a founder and president of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing Company. He was born in Germany in 1850 and came to Chicago with his parents in 1958. He attended Scammon school in Chicago’s northwest side.
In 1872, he and his brother, Max, established the clothing business as Harry Hart and Brother on South State Street. Later Joseph Schaffner and Marcus Marx were included in the partnership. Schaffner died in 1918 and Marx in 1921. Max Hart died in 1928.
Mr. Hart had three children by his first marriage to Addie Cline, Mrs. Lillian H. Kohn, Mrs. William L. Lowenbach, and Jacob H. Hart. Another daughter, Lillie H. died in 1925. He married his second wife, Sara L. Hart in 1906.
Mr. Hart was active in many charities and was a member of the City, Standard, and Midday clubs of Chicago, the Lake Shore Country Club of Glencoe, and the Country Club of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin."

SPOUSE LINK SUBMITTED BY
Sonia Sanchez Galarza
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47848895

SUBMITTED BY
Sonia Sanchez Galarza
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47848895
SOURCE UNKNOWN
"Mr. Harry Hart was a founder and president of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing Company. He was born in Germany in 1850 and came to Chicago with his parents in 1958. He attended Scammon school in Chicago’s northwest side.
In 1872, he and his brother, Max, established the clothing business as Harry Hart and Brother on South State Street. Later Joseph Schaffner and Marcus Marx were included in the partnership. Schaffner died in 1918 and Marx in 1921. Max Hart died in 1928.
Mr. Hart had three children by his first marriage to Addie Cline, Mrs. Lillian H. Kohn, Mrs. William L. Lowenbach, and Jacob H. Hart. Another daughter, Lillie H. died in 1925. He married his second wife, Sara L. Hart in 1906.
Mr. Hart was active in many charities and was a member of the City, Standard, and Midday clubs of Chicago, the Lake Shore Country Club of Glencoe, and the Country Club of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin."


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