Lev Arye, R. Judah Aryeh Perlow, Jerusalem 1933 (49346)

לב אריה החדש - Only Edition - Hasidic

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Lot Number: 49346
Title (English): Lev Arye
Title (Hebrew): לב אריה החדש
Note: Only Edition - Hasidic
Author: R. Judah Aryeh b. Jacob Perlow, Admor of Novominsk
City: Jerusalem
Publisher: דפוס "ציון" של האחים רוהלד
Publication Date: 1933
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description

Only edition, 2 volumes, quarto, 278:190 mm., wide margins, light age staining. A very good set bound in contemporary boards, rubbed.

 

Detail Description

R. Judah Aryeh b. Jacob Perlow (1877-1961) Admor of Novominsk and founder of the Agudat haAdmorim and Agudat Yisroel in America. He was born in Novominsk, Poland, where his father  was rabbi and Admor. R. Judah Aryeh received his education from his father and was ordained by R. Moshe Nahum Yerushalmsky of Kieltz. He was the son-in-law of R. David Twersky of Makarov. An erudite rabbinic scholar, the Admor was fluent in kabbalah and the teachings of Hasidim, indeed he recited the entire Zohar by rote. Upon the passing of his father in 1902, R. Judah Aryeh established his hasidic court in the town of Vlodova, where he established a highly acclaimed yeshiva. In 1922, he accepted the call from his hasidim who had settled in the United States, and he reestablished his court in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. He founded a yeshiva which at one point had several hundred students. R. Perlow was a founding member of the Agudat Admorim and Agudat Yisrael and influential in both. In 1933 he traveled to Erez Israel where he published this lot.

 

Hebrew Description

ספר רפואת הנפש : כולל כל בקשות החולה והמבקרים ... וכל דיני והנהגת טהרת המתים ... ונוסף בו כל דיני אנינות ...

 

References

Toldot Anshei Shem col. 162; Kevarim.com; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000159768