“Saving Souls: From Seattle to Churban Europe,” tells the riveting story of Rabbi Sholom Pinchas Wohlgelernter’s rabbinic career.  The article by Devorah Klein, published in Hamodia Weekly Magazine (Feb. 16, 2011), quotes extensively from Yeshiva University Archives’ Vaad Hatzala collection.  Rabbi Wohlgelernter’s son, Judah, is a long-time employee of the Pollack Library at Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus.

Posted by Shulamith Z. Berger


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