Titre : DIVRE EMET: 'AL DEVAR SHEVU'AT HA-EMET . UVE...
Éditeur : Chicago; United States
Date d'édition : 1904
Reliure : Hardcover
Hardcover, 87 pages, 8vo, facsims, 22 cm. Volume 1. In Hebrew. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Dietary laws. Shehitah. Oaths (Jewish law) . Vol. 2 includes also Mehaah geluyah in Hebrew, Yiddish or English, 28 p. At end. Originally published: Chicago, 1904-1912. Other Titles: Mehaah geluyah. Album (1849-1921) was "born in Tazitz, Lithuania, and studied at the Volozhin yeshivah where he received his ordination. After spending much of his early career working as a rabbi in Russia, Album immigrated to America in 1891. He settled in Chicago and assumed the pulpit of the new Mishna Ugemoro Synagogue, which served the substantial immigrant community. He held this pulpit until his death, overseeing the growth of the congregation and the opening of a second satellite synagogue. Despite his successes as a scholar, communal leader, and congregational rabbi, Album's tenure was not entirely untroubled. His involvement in a number of intra-communal squabbles suggests a difficult personality and penchant for feuding. The most serious of these confrontations occurred in 1903 after Jacob David Willowski was invited to Chicago to serve as the chief rabbi of a collection of allied synagogues. Willowski quickly set out to establish oversight and control of the kashrut supervision of Chicago's vast abattoirs. This move angered Album, who shortly before had secured an arrangement to act as the sole supervisor for the shohatim working at the major packing plants that supplied much of America's centrally slaughtered meat. Album published a polemic that vilified Willowsky. The ugly public dispute that followed created friction and divisions within the immigrant community, eventually degenerating into a violent confrontation in a synagogue between supporters of the two men. The bickering subsided when Jacob Willowski resigned his post and left Chicago for Palestine. Among Album's writings are Divrei Emet, Meha'ah Geluyah, and Teshuvah al Hanutat ha-Metim. " (Mendelsohn in EJ, 2007) . OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (Harvard) . Ex-library. Hinge repair. Wear to cover spine and binding. Slight staining on front cover. Otherwise, very good condition. (Rab-34A-16). N° de réf. du libraire 24554
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