Rabbi Chaim Ben Tzion Notelevitz
חיים בן ציון ב"ר משהRav, Chevra Torah Anshei Radishkowitz of Brownsville
Date of Death:
Wed. January 10, 1968 -
9 Teves 5728
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Name Listed on Cemetery Database: Name listed on marker: Rabbi Benjamin Notelevitz
Photo Caption: (Center 3) Rav Yitzchok Stollman, Detriot, Rav Yosef Dov Ber Soloveitchik, Boston, and Rav Notelevitz (not wearing a hat), Credit: MCA
Photo Caption: Rabbis Notelevitz and Soloveitchik at the Streit Matzo Bakery, Credit: Aron Streit, Inc.
Source: Jewish Daily
Source: Orthodox Judaism In America, Sherman
Photo Caption: Chevra Torah Anshei Radishkowitz, Est. 1892 located at 139 Amboy Street in Brooklyn, Credit: NYC
Photo Caption: Chevra Torah Anshei Radishkowitz as it stands today (2020), Credit: Google
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Thank you for adding Rav Notolovitz z’l. Does anyone have information about his unpublished manuscripts?
It looks they have some of his כתבי יד here: https://archives.yu.edu/xtf/view?docId=ead/chaimbenzionnotelevitz/chaimbenzionnotelevitz.xml
There are also some papers from him here: https://archivescatalog.library.louisville.edu/repositories/2/archival_objects/24020
but that’s likely more connected to his communal work in Louisville, KY as opposed to כתבי יד
Also see the following general comments regarding him on the kevarim.com index page:
Thanks Moshe. This is very helpful.