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Engagement Contract of Munk & Bamberger, 1913

תנאים מה"ר יהודה הכהן מונק עם חנה במבורגר - Manuscript

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  • Lot Number 51485
  • Title (English) Engagement Contract of Munk & Bamberger
  • Title (Hebrew) תנאים מה"ר יהודה הכהן מונק עם חנה במבורגר
  • Note Manuscript
  • Publication Date 1913
  • Estimated Price - Low 300
  • Estimated Price - High 600

  • Item # 1953345
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Description

Physical Description

[1]p., 162:225 mm., ink on paper, usual age staining, signed and dated.

 

Detail Description

Engagement contract of Hannah Bamberger, duaghter of R. Moses (Moshe Leib) Bamberger, rabbi  in Kissingen, the granddaughter of the Wurzburger Rav to a member of the Munk family, R. Judah (Leo) Munk (1883-1963), rabbi in Marburg, subsequently Ohav Zedek in New York City.

Signed by R. Munk and R. Dr. Isaac Seckel ha-Levi Bamberger (1863–1934), son of R. Simon Simhah and district rabbi at Kissingen. He was educated in the yeshiva of R. Hildesheimer in Berlin and was ordained by several prominent rabbinal leaders including R. Isaac Elhanan Spekor of Kovna. R. Isaac Seckel wrote a halakhic tract on the immersion of vessels (Tevilat Kelim, with German translation, 1887); an edition of the Midrash Lekah Tov on the Song of Songs and Ruth (1887); and a translation with commentary of Avot (1897). Many other manuscripts of novellae remain unpublished.

 

Hebrew Description

 

References

Dorot Ahronim part I, Einenstadt col. 47-48; H. Seidman, in: L. Jung (ed.), Guardians of our Heritage (1958), 551ff.; A. Hildesheimer, in: M. Sinasohn (ed.), Adass Jisroel Berlin (1966), 72–83; J. Rothschild (ed.), Leo Munk Gedenkbuch (1918).