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LOT: 177

Siddur Torah Or with Sha’ar HaKollel by the Admor HaZaken (Chabad)—Vilna 1911

New corrected release. With all of the laws and minhagim founded and announced by the Admor Rabbi Schneor Zalman of Liady, the Shulchan Aruch HaRav and the Tanya. Prayers for all year, holidays, and High Holidays, according to the Ari nusach. With Pesach Haggadah. Printed by the Ram widow and brothers. Organized by Rav Avraham David Lavot, divided into two sections with separate covers: the first part is only what was printed in the first siddurim, printed during the Admor HaZaken’s lifetime with corrections for most of the errors printed during the early editions, with the addition of citations for sources in verses from the Tanach and Chazal. On page 72 is the prayer for the welfare of the Czar. Section two is an addition not printed in the early siddurim. There is an endorsement by the Maharil Mianovitz, brother of the Tanya. Two covers for section 1 and one cover for section 2. 188, [4]; 49, [8], 72, [5] pages. 21cm. Little moth holes, signs of use, stains, slight tears mainly at the edges of pages, old cloth binding with decoration, inscribed leather spine, slight defects to the binding, generally good condition.
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LOT: 178

Miniature siddur, Zichron Yerushalayim, Ari nusach [Chabad]—Jerusalem 1899. Wide sheets, new handsome leather binding

Miniature siddur with prayers for all year, according to the Ari custom used by Admor HaGadol Schneor Zalman of Liady, the Tanya (Chabad). Edited for travelers by Fronkin in Jerusalem, 1899. Interesting siddur, printed without vowels. 444 pages. Uncut, wide pages. Rebound.
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LOT: 179

Likkutei Amarim of the Tanya, master edition according to which all subsequent editions have been printed since—Vilna 1900

“New, corrected release.” This edition was the first glossed edition in many years and after many previous editions, edited according to various manuscripts with important additions, which received the approval of Chabad Admorim and is considered "a master edition," according to which the Tanya book should be printed. To this day, many of the editions that have since been published on all corners of the globe are in fact a photographic print of this edition before us – by the Ram widow and brothers, Vilna, 1900. Two covers. [2] 2-163 pages. Wide margins. New luxurious leather cover, very good overall condition.
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LOT: 180

Collection of booklets from Chabad, some rare, from the period of the Rebbe HaRayatz, 1934 and onward

1. Collection of conversations [#6] from the Admor of Lubavitch (the Rayatz), on the last day of Pesach, 1934. Taken from one of the people who heard the conversations. Warsaw, Kadima printing. 2. Collection of conversations [#8] from the Admor of Lubavitch (the Rayatz), on Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah of 1935. Taken from one of the people who heard the conversations. Warsaw. 3. Booklet in Yiddish, “Di Reid (the conversation) fun Admor Lubavitch [the Rayatz] auf der Asifa fun Agudat Chabad, Elul 1941. Brooklyn New York, Agudat Chassidei Chabad. 4. “HaKriya v’HaKedosha”, issue 44, rosh chodesh Nissan 1944. Published by the Chassidei Chabad association in New York 5. A number of issues (some not complete) of “Kobetz Lubavitch”, 1944-1945. 6. Pamphlet “Etz HaHayyim” by the Admor HaRashab, from his notes with the Rayatz. Second edition, 1973. Different conditions, stains and tears. Most in good condition. A number in ok condition.
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LOT: 181

Glass bottle with water blessed by the Chabad Rebbe

The bottle bears a sticker with the picture of the rebbe and the inscription “L’acqua miracolosa – Che via portera la salut e salvezza” (miracle water, for health and salvation). Originally the Rebbe would give these bottles with a colorful booklet with explanations on the Seven Noahide laws and the importance of keeping them, and notes about the Rebbe and the origin of the water. Published by the Beit Chabad of Petah Tikva. 21cm high. The bottle is completely full, with a plastic cover, never opened. Generally very good condition
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LOT: 182

2 $1 bills given by the Rebbe to a descendent of the Tanya

The bills have notes stating when they were received from the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. Given to Rabbi Eliyahu Yosef Gelbstein, who was a descendent of the Tanya. See Sefer HaTze’etza’im 1270, he was the son of Rabbi Avraham Hallel Gelbstein (ibid. 720), and his mother was Marat Rachel Zissel (ibid. 665), daughter of Rabbi Yehuda Leib Slonim. 6th generation from the founding of Chabad, the Tanya.
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LOT: 183

Letter signed by the Rebbe on letterhead of Mahane Yisrael—rare!

Rare and interesting letter since it’s not on the Rebbe’s letterhead but on that of Mahane Yisrael, the rabbi signed his name where the official stamp of Mahane was supposed to go. In the letter, the Rebbe expresses his thanks on behalf of the “Mishnayot B’al Peh” company. The upper right portion of the letter is missing and so we don’t know the date when the letter was sent. Folding marks and various tears. Good general condition. The "Mahane Yisrael" was founded by the Rayatz on Sivan 1941. The organization was headed by the Rebbe and his son-in-law Rabbi Menachem Mendel - the last Rebbe served as chairman of the organization's executive committee. The goals of the organization were to influence, through the leadership of its members and their actions, the strengthening of Judaism and the observance of the Torah and the practical commandments, and to stir the hearts of the Israelites and bring them closer to Torah repentance and good deeds. To publish the truth which "Immediately for an answer to complete salvation by our righteous Messiah". The organization did not have membership fees from anyone who wants to be a member of the organization, any Torah observant and observant Jew could register as a member, and his actual actions, under his own leadership and influence on others, are the only corporate tax required. Among the various activities of the organization is the Mishnah B’al Peh Company, to which the Rebbe refers in his letter before us, according to which the six sub-orders were divided among the members (four chapters each), so that all the Shas learned orally during the year. Founded after the Rayatz’s suggestion, it is "purifying the air" by saying and repeating Mishnah at home and outdoors, on the street, in the store, in the subway and in any clean place, and thus to bring about the Mashiach.
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LOT: 184

Letter from the Rebbe with a mazal tov on the birth of a grand-daughter—Tevet 1953.

Typewritten letter on official letterhead of the Rebbe. The Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of Lubavitch, Seventh Admor of the Chabad Dynasty (1902-1994), writing to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983.
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LOT: 185

Long letter in which the Rebbe mentions an internal dispute within Chabad (“peace between them is more important than anything”) and worries about the construction of a mikvah on a kibbutz—Iyar 1956

Typewritten. In the letter, the Rebbe asks Rav Yodasin to approach the National Center for Family Purity to ask for an update. Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983.
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LOT: 186

Letter from the Rebbe about health and a question about the best medicine for an impatient personality—1957

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Answers medical questions, with various corrections handwritten. The Rebbe states that involvement in public affairs is “among the best medicine for an impatient personality.” Signed by hand. Letter received by Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 187

Letter with a blessing from the Rebbe for a shana tova, with additions handwritten. Slichot during 1960, the 200th year since the Ba’al Shem Tov’s passing

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 188

Letter with a blessing from the Rebbe for a shana tova, with handwritten additions. 1959

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 189

Letter from the Rebbe in which he mentions the pain caused by the ending of cooperation between Agudat Chassidei Chabad and the youth of Agudat Chabad in Israel, 1960

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. In which the Rebbe expresses his anguish at the cessation of some kind of activity organized between the two organizations. With slight handwritten corrections, signed by hand. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 190

Letter from the Rebbe with birthday wishes and a handwritten addition. 1960

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 191

Letter with the Rebbe’s blessings for a shana tova, handwritten additions. Slichot period 1961

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 192

Letter from the Rebbe with an additional handwritten note. The Rebbe asks the recipient to ask two expert doctors regarding a medical matter. With divrei torah for the memory of the Rayatz. 1966

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 193

Letter with the Rebbe’s order to spread the Torah and wish a Chag sameach and a “psak din” from the Rebbe. 13th of Tishrei, 1960

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 194

Letter from the Rebbe in Yiddish with a chizzuk. 13th of Tishrei 1960

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbanit Haya Batya, wife of Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 195

Letter with blessing from the Rebbe for a shana tova, signed with a handwritten addition—Slichot 1962

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 196

Letter from the Rebbe with a birthday wish for a good year and a handwritten addition. Adar 1964

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 197

Long letter with encouragement to print a book, together with divrei torah of the Rebbe with a handwritten blessing for health and good news in everything. Adar 1967

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 198

Long letter in which the Rebbe mentions the legacies of the Admor HaZaken and the Rebbe HaRayatz, with an additional handwritten blessing for success and good news. Tevet 1968

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 199

2-page letter (full) in which the Rebbe mentions “mivtza’im” and blessings that they deserve, with handwritten additions. Tammuz 1975

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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LOT: 200

Letter with the Rebbe’s blessings for a shana tova, with handwritten additions. Elul 1981

Typewritten, official letterhead of the Rebbe. Sent to Rabbi Alexander Sander Yodasin - one of the most important Chabad rabbis in the Holy Land, rabbi of the Hasidic community in Jaffa for nearly a century, a member of the Beit Din and author of books on the Shas and the Tanya. He was born in Belarus and studied at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in his youth under the Rashab. After the First World War, he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Kherson, Ukraine and was ordained by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The Kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson - the father of the last Rabbi of Chabad was the mesader kedushin at his wedding. He was in close contact with the Rebbe and was repeatedly banned by the Soviets for his activities on his mission. He immigrated to Eretz Yisrael in 1934and settled in Tel Aviv where he was later appointed the rabbi of the Chabad community in Jaffa, which he filled for nearly a century. He was in close contact with the Rebbe of Chabad. Author Author: "Innocent Supporters" - on the Shas, and "The Lesson and the Lvov" - Commentary on the Book of the Tania. He died in 1983
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