Three early and important letters from Rabbi Herzog, different years. In two of the letters, in addition, the signature of the Rishon LeZion Rabbi Ben-Zion Meir Chai Uziel.
* An early and interesting letter in the handwriting and signature of Rabbi Herzog from a time when he served as the Chief Rabbi of Irish Jewry - 1933. An important letter regarding the shiduch proposal of the daughter of a famous and wealthy Jewish man in Dublin - Mr. Harris. Under the prominent title: "In complete secrecy" - in his letter he details the good deeds of the groom's father, but reveals an important detail: the groom's father and the groom himself do not keep Shabbat! His shops are open on Sabbath, and he does not come to pray in the synagogue all year round.  pages. Official stationery of Rabbi Herzog as "Chief Rabbi of the Free State of Ireland Dublin".
* A historic invitation letter in which Rabbi Herzog calls to Rabbi Yechiel Michal Tokczynski to attend an important yeshiva regarding the building of the Chief Rabbinate in Jerusalem. Signatures of Rabbi Herzog and the Rishon Lezion Rabbi Ben-Zion Meir Chai Uziel. 25 Nissan 1946.  leaf. Official stationery of the Chief Rabbinate of Eretz Israel.
* An important letter signed by Rabbi Herzog to Rabbi Tokczynski - in his letter he invites him to attend a meeting at the Amdursky Hotel: "In order to consult on the ways to purify a city, From the plague of non kosher butcher shops that began to spread in Jerusalem in a frightening manner", And reinforces his words and adds: "The honor of Judaism and the honor of Jerusalem demand that none of the invitees refrain from attending this assembly." Tevet 7, 1940 [Signatures of Rabbi Herzog, and Rishon the LeZion Rabbi Ben-Zion Meir Chai Uziel.
Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac Halevi Herzog [1888-1959] The Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Eretz Israel since 1936, and later of the State of Israel until his death. From 1915 to 1936 he served as rabbi in Ireland: 3 years as rabbi of Belfast, then as rabbi of Dublin and from 1925 as chief rabbi of Irish Jewry.
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