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Divrei Yehoshua and Chosen Yehoshua, and the book HaEmunah v’HaHashgacha. Personal copy of the Gaon Rabbi Sraya Deblitzky, with his signature. Stamps of the known Jerusalem businessman Reb Yosef Levi Chagiz. Stamp of the bibliographer and learned Rav Yehonatan Meir HaKohen Lapin, among the first printers in Jerusalem. Jerusalem 1901-1902.
Famous books of mussar by the Ga’avad of Telz, Rav Yehoshua Yeller, and the book of Rabbi Shmuel Maltzan, a descendent of students of the Gra. One volume, no binding, with covers for each book. The books were printed by Rid Fromkin in Jerusalem.
1. Rabbi Sraya Deblitzky (1926-2018) was a Lithuanian Haredi rabbi, posek, kabbalist, medakdek, philologist, and author. His books are wide-ranging: Halacha, Kabbalah, grammar, sermons, biographies, history, prayer formulas, and liturgical poems. He was a student of Rabbi Yosef Zvi HaLevi Av Beit Din of Tel Aviv, Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Harlap, Kabbalist Rabbi Mordechai Sharabi, and Hazon Ish. He published about sixty books on a wide variety of subjects. His works were distributed among the religious and ultra-Orthodox public, and he was considered an authority in the fields of Kabbalah, customs, traditional Hebrew grammar, laws of mourning and the Torah of the Vilna Ga'on, His endorsements appear on many modern Torah books today.
2. Jerusalem businessman Reb Yosef Levi Chagiz: head of the Tadachatz Association and the founder of the settlement of Ahuzat Naftali near Karnei Hittin, the son-in-law of Hagiz was Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Zelznik, head of the Etz Chaim Yeshiva. And his grandson was the composer Yehiel Chagiz.
3. Rabbi Yehonatan Meir HaKohen Lapin was among the first printers in Jerusalem, he was for close to forty years one of the best bibliographers in Jerusalem, a book merchant and a member of the committee of Kollel Horodna. He was a relative of Rav Kook.
Generally good condition without binding.
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