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The Personal Ledger of the Holy Rabbi Shimon Natan Neta of Lelov [The First] in which He Wrote Names of Tzaddikim ...
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The Personal Ledger of the Holy Rabbi Shimon Natan Neta of Lelov [The First] in which He Wrote Names of Tzaddikim, Hassidim and Men of Action to be Mentioned Favorably in the Holy Places and the Charity Institution which He Himself Managed
The personal ledger of the Holy Rabbi Shimon Natan Neta of Lelov [The First] in which he hand wrote names of Tzaddikim, Hassidim and men of action to be mentioned favorably in the holy places and the charity institution which he himself managed.
The handwritten account ledger contains sums of donations and names of many philanthropists, lists of funds that were raised by certain Shadarim for Kollel Warsaw in Jerusalem which was headed by the Admor Rabbi David Zvi of Lelov and his son Rabbi Shimon Natan Neta who succeeded him. In addition, "The list of letters that were sent 12th of Shevat 1929".
The ledger was handwritten by Rabbi Shimon Natan Neta Biderman. Appearing on it are his personal stamps " שמעון נתן נטע מנכדי הרה"ק הר"מ מלעלוב בהרב הצדיק מו"ה דוד צבי שלמה שליט"א פעיה"ק ירושלם תובב"א". Page 1 no. 12, refers to his brother-in-law R. Avraham Adler is referred to, and no. 23 to his nephew R. Yosef Adler [Rabbi Avraham Adler the son-in-law of the Admor Rabbi David Zvi and the brother-in-law of Rabbi Shimon Natan Neta]. On leaf 19 there are lists of donations titled "My brother-in-law R. Avraham Adler". Many stamps of "ביהמ"ד של אדמו"ר הר' הצ' הק' מרן ר' דוד צבי שלמה בידערמן בהרב הצ' ה' ר' אלעזר מנחם זצלל"ה בעה"ק ירושלים תובב"א". At the end, a notation "This ledger belongs to Rabbi Shimon Natan Neta..."
The Holy Rabbi Shimon Natan Neta Biderman of Lelov [1869-1930] the son of the Holy Rabbi David'l of lelov. A lofty Tzaddik and miracle-worker. Divine Mekubal. Lived in Jerusalem yet travelled frequently to Poland to his Rav the Holy Rabbi Yisrael of Stolin-Kerlin. He lived in Krakow and worked miracles there. Was close to and admired by his Rav of Stolin and by the Tzaddikim of the generation especially the Gaon the Maharid of Belz.
 leaves. of them  pages written alternately. Most of the pages are not full. 14X20 cm. Very good condition.