Sefer Hasidim, inscribed by the Udvari Rov, Brooklyn 1953 (50277)

ספר חסידים עם הקדשת ה"ר שלום קרויז אב"ד אודווארי - Manuscript - Hasidic

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Lot Number: 50277
Title (English): Sefer Hasidim, inscribed by the Udvari Rov,
Title (Hebrew): ספר חסידים עם הקדשת ה"ר שלום קרויז אב"ד אודווארי
Note: Manuscript - Hasidic
City: Brooklyn New York
Publication Date: 1953
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD

Description

Physical Description:

Good copies as issued.

 

Detailed Description:   

Inscibed by R. Shalom b. Shmuel Dovid Krausz (1917-2010), the Udvari Rov. The nonagenarian Udvari Rov was the author of the seven-volume Divrei Shalom and was greatly respected and in Williamsburg where he resided and elsewhere in the Torah world. The Rov was a survivor of the Nazi atrocities during World War II and subsequently spent over 70 years in rabbonus. He served as the head of the Bais Horaah of the Hisachdus Harabbonim after being appointed to that role by the Satmar Rov zt”l.

The Rov was a grandson of Rav Dovid Avrohom Moshe Krausz zt”l, the rabbonim of Udvar. He was a son-in-law of Rav Yisroel Avrohom Alter Landau zt”l, the Edelener Rov and author of Bais Yisroel, who, in turn, was a son of Rav Shalom Landau zt”l, the Volover Dayan, and a son-in-law of the legendary Rav Yeshayele Steiner zt”l, the Kerestirer Rebbe.

 

Hebrew Description:

ספר חסידים עם הקדשת ה"ר שלום קרויז אב"ד אודווארי

 

 

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