Shem HaGedolim. Vilna, 1856. Copy that Belonged to Rabbi Eliyahu Betzalel Teitelbaum, Son of the Admo"r, Author of ...
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Shem HaGedolim. Vilna, 1856. Copy that Belonged to Rabbi Eliyahu Betzalel Teitelbaum, Son of the Admo"r, Author of 'Yetev Lev'
Shem HaGedolim - in two parts, Vilna, 1856. Bound with: Chasdei Avot, a commentary on Tractate Avot by the Chid"a. Vilna, 1856.
Appearing on the title page of Part I is a stamp of Rabbi Eliyahu Betzalel Teitelbaum, Av Beit Din of Tosh, son of the Admo"r Rabbi Yekutiel Yehudah Teitelbaum, author of Yetev Lev of Sighet. Likewise, his son's stamp also appears, that of Rabbi Moshe Teitelbaum, who also succeeded his father in the Tosh rabbinate.
Refer to the Hebrew catalog text for a brief biography of the gaon Rabbi Eliyahu Betzalel Teitelbaum.
Many owner's stamps appear on the flyleaf, possibly including some prominent ones: "This book belongs to the superlative maggid Rabbi Kehat Meir of Buznov." "Yehoshua Heschel ..." "Ya'akov David ..." and others.
8, 12 [should be: 6] pp, 92 leaves , 4,  leaves.
Poor-moderate condition. Many worming perforations. Aging stains. Original binding, blemished.