R. Solomon ha-Kohen Rabinowich of Radomsk (1803–1866) was a asidic zaddik. R. Solomon studied in the yeshivah of Piotrkow under R. Abraham Zevi, author of the responsa Berit Avraham (1819). His father educated him in Hasidism. In his youth he joined R. Meir of Apta , leader of the popular trend in Polish Hasidism after the death of R. Jacob Isaac ha-Hozeh ("the Seer") of Lublin. In 1834 R. Solomon was appointed rabbi of Radomsk, and from 1843 he was accepted as an hasidic rabbi. R. Solomon’s teachings were in the spirit of the popular trend of Polish Hasidism. He engaged in public affairs and worked on behalf of the poor of his town. His striking personality, his enthusiastic way of praying, and his witty sayings attracted to him many disciples, among them the Hasid and philosopher Aaron Marcus (Verus) and the physician Hayyim David Bernard of Piotrkow. R. Solomon's book, Tiferet Shelomo (1867–69), is considered one of the classic works of Polish Hasidism.
His successor was R. ABRAHAM ISSACHAR HA-KOHEN (d. 1892), author of Hesed le-Avraham (1893–95), who in turn was succeeded by his son R. EZEKIEL HA-KOHEN (d. 1911), author of Keneset Yehezkel (1913). The last of the hasidic rabbis of Radomsk in Poland before the Holocaust was R. SOLOMON ENOCH HA-KOHEN (d. 1942), famous for his establishment of a network of yeshivot called Keter Torah. He was murdered in the Warsaw ghetto. His novellae and those of his son-in-law David Moses, who was killed at the same time, were collected in the book Shivhei Kohen (1953).
הסכמות: ר' נתן נחום הכהן ב"ר [אברהם יששכר דוב ראבינוויץ], זאוויערציע, ב נצבים-וילך תרפ"ב;
ר' שלמה חנוך ב"ר יחזקאל הכהן רבינאוויץ, סאסנאווצא א וארא תרפ"ג;
ר' מאיר יחיאל הלוי [העלשטאק], אסטראווצא;
ר' צבי יחזקאל מיכלזאהן מפלונסק, ווארשא ב מנחם-אב תרפ"ב.