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Publisher: Brooklyn, A. Kohn:
Edition: In Hebrew. 2 vols in 1. Responsa.
Item #: 002332
Berlin, (known as ha-Neziv), 1817-1893, one of the leading rabbis of his generation, & head of the yeshivah at Volozhin. View more info
Publisher: Israel, Ha-Makhon le-hasidut: 1953
Edition: In Hebrew. Rabbis of the Gur dynasty. Vol 2 of 24 vols.
Item #: 000405
Publisher: Brooklyn, Sifre Talmide Besh't ha-k: 1991
Edition: In Hebrew. Elimelech, 1717-1787, zaddik of the 3rd generation of Hasidism & one of the founders of Hasidism in Galicia.
Item #: 000297
comments cont: Pentateuch commentary. View more info
Publisher: NY, Otsar ha-Hasidim: 1998
Edition: In Hebrew.
Item #: 000601
Publisher: Szinervaralja, Bet Va'ad le-hakhamim Satmar: 1926
Edition: In Hebrew. Responsa.
Item #: 002320
Front cover off-center; top & bottom of spine pulled; corners bumped hard; hinges mended; pages & end papers have a wrinkle; bottom of front fly leaf stained; front edge soiled. View more info
Publisher: NY, ha-Merkaz le-Hotsaat Sifre: 1950
Edition: pub cont: Hisidut mi-Bet Ruzin. In Hebrew.
Item #: 002398
Ruzhin, 1797-1850, hasidic leader. Great-grandson of Dov Baer, the Maggid of Mezhirech. He moved to Ruzhin where he set-up a splendid 'court' & like his father, Shalom Shakna, lived in great luxury & unusual splendor. (EJ 14:526). Covers slightly soiled; top & bottom of spine & corners bumped; slight soiling to pastedowns. View more info
Publisher: NY, Self-pub: 1930
Edition: In Hebrew. Vol I.
Item #: 002211
Modzhitz, hasidic dynasty in Poland (family name Taub). Its founder was Israel of Modzhitz. He emphasized the value of music in Hasidism & is regarded as the creator of the hasidic melody as an art form. His son Saul Jedidiah Eleazar, combined Torah with music & popularized the Modzhitz melodies throughout the Jewish world. He edited & pub his father's sermons with his own in Divre Yisrael. (EJ12:208). View more info