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. Personal notebook of the Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Leib Malin.
Short paragraphs of thought and mussar, handwritten by Rabbi Leib Malin. Short sentences and paragraphs in a small notebook that was in the rosh yeshiva’s jacket pocket, around 35 handwritten pages. Generally very good condition. Rabbi Aryeh Leib Malin (1906-1962) was the founder and rosh yeshiva of the Beit HaTalmud, and a leader of rosh yeshivot in the US, alongside Rabbi Aharon Kotler. He was a student of lions of Lithuanian Jewry, Rabbi Shimon Shkop, Rabbi Elhanan Wasserman, Rabbi Baruch Beer, and Rabbi Yerucham Leibowitz. He even edited the second section of Rav Leibowitz’s book, “Da’at Chochmah v’Mussar,” as mentioned in the introduction to the book. Also studied under the Griz Soloveitchik in Brisk and many of the Brisker Rav’s lessons were later published from a stencil edition written by him. Studied with Rabbi Moshe Shmuel Shapira. A book of his chiddushim were edited and published by his nephew, Rav Baruch Dov Poversky, which became an important asset for yeshiva students. Among his students are Rav Mordechai Eliphant, Rav Shimshon David Pinkus, and Rav Aharon Feldman.
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