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Haruzei Margolit Vol 1 -2
[First Ed. - Signed Copy] R. Gabriel Zev Margolis
Jerusalem - New York
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First edition. 2 volumes, , 139 ff., 248:155 mm., wide margins, light age staining. Good copy loose in contemporary cloth boards, rubbed, split, and taped.
With Author's inscription on fly. Pp. 130-139 of v.1 appear to have been printed in New York and are not recorded in CD-EPI. Ff. 127-129 contain the Author's regulations for Rochester, New York where many battles concerning kosher butchers were ongoing.
R. Gabriel Zev b. Jehiel Isaac Margolis (1848-1935, Rav Velvele), was among the leading Orthodox rabbis in the United States. He came to the United States in 1907 at the age of 59, after having previously served as rabbi of Grodno for twenty-seven years. He was the son-in-law of R. Nahum of Grodno, who was the spiritual mentor of R. Israel Meir ha-Kohen Kagan, popularly known as the Hafetz Hayyim. Rav Velvele was invited by the Boston community to serve as spiritual leader of several congregations in Boston. He accepted the invitation and arrived in Boston in 1907, remaining there until 1911, at which time he was invited by Adas Yisroel on the Lower East Side of Manhattan to serve as their rabbi, also known as United Hebrew Community of New York, where he served until his passing. An erudite scholar he is the author of many works.
כולל דרושים (גם חידושים ... על הש"ס בדברי הלכה ואגדה ... וגם דברי הדרן על כמה מסכתות ועל משניות, והרבה שו"ת) ... [מאת] גבריאל זאב וואלף מרגליות בהרב יחיאל יצחק ז"ל, לפנים רב בעיר דובראווא, ובעיר יאשינאווקא, ואח"כ מו"ץ בעיר ... הוראדנא ... ואח"כ רב הכולל בעיר באסטאן מאס. ... וכעת רב ... "עדת ישראל" ... בעיר נויארק ... (חלק א
CD-EPI 0179003; Eisenstadt, Dorot, pp. 240-241
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