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Lot #    13932
Auction End Date    3/7/2006 2:09:00 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Letter by R. Izhak Yedidiah Frenkel
Title (Hebrew)    '
Author    [Ms.]
City    Tel Aviv
Publication Date    1978
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   [1] p., 210:163 mm., light age staining, ink on stationary, signed and dated.
          
Detailed
Description
   Letter by R. Izhak Yedidiah Frenkel (1913 ), Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Tel Aviv-Jaffa. R. Frenkel was born in Luntshits (Leczyca), Poland, and studied in Warsaw under R. Menahem Zemba, in whose home he stayed and whose works he prepared for publication. In 1935, he immigrated to Erez Israel and was appointed rabbi of the poor Florentin area of Tel Aviv, mostly inhabited by Jews of Oriental origin. During the nearly 40 years that he held this position, he gained a reputation and endeared himself to the community as the people's rabbi, entering into the lives of his community and exerting himself to the utmost in dealing with their many problems. His humble home was open to all. R. Frenkel was responsible for the institution of the Second Hakafot on the night after Simhat Torah, which has become one of the major popular religious features of modern Israel. In 1973 he was elected unopposed as Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Tel Aviv in succession to Rabbi Shlomo Goren.
          
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Listing Classification
Period
20th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Israel:    Checked
  
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Characteristic
Language:    Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
Letters:    Checked
  
Kind of Judaica