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Sefer Chareidim, with stamps of the Gaon Rabbi Simcha HaLevi Soloveitchik, including notes and glosses handwritten. Berdiyov. 1925.
By the Kabbalist Rabbi Elazar Azkari with stamps of Rabbi Simcha HaLevi Soloveitchik, the Av Beit Din of Mohaliv, glosses handwritten by an unknown author. Written with two different pens, possibly two different authors. One of them at least seems to be that of the Gaon Rabbi Simcha HaLevi Soloveitchik (1879-1941), son of the Beit HaLevi. At age 13 his father passed away, and then he studied under his brother, Rabbi Haim Soloveitchik, who succeeded his father as rabbi of Brisk. He became famous for his skills and in 1911 he was accepted as Av Beit Din of Mohilov, while giving lessons in the Shklov yeshiva (then led by Rav Pesach Proskin), and in 1924 he went to the US and became Av Beit Din at the Tiferet Yisrael Brisker community in Brooklyn. Printer: Menashe Yehezkel Horowitz. 19cm, 124 pages. Generally good condition.
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