AGUCH Library Receives Unpublished Manuscripts

While many were celebrating Purim, there was an extra reason to celebrate at The Library of AGUCH, as they received manuscripts of never-before-published chassidus.

By Staff

The treasures, that were brought to 770 by Rabbi Moshe Orenstein (Rosh Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Netanya), included hanochas from maamorim of the Alter Rebbe and biurei tefillah in the handwriting of the Mitteler Rebbe.

Kfar Chabad Magazine reported that the hanochas of the Alter Rebbe’s maamorim are in the handwriting of the Alter Rebbe’s son Reb Moshe.

The bichel containing the biurei tefillah is said to have been in the possession of the Rebbe Rashab and the outside cover has the handwriting of the Frierdiger Rebbe.

While details as to where these manuscripts came from and how they were procured are yet to be publicized, it is understood that incredible efforts have been put in behind the scenes to ensure that manuscripts like these make it to the Rebbe’s library.

Rabbi Orenstein has brought many rare seforim and manuscripts to the library over the years, and brought his most recent treasure trove to the Ohel before leaving them at the Rebbe’s library.

Head librarian, Rabbi Sholom Ber Levin was present to accept the manuscripts and perused them with great excitement.

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