Rabbi Moshe Weinberger
משה ב"ר יששכרRav, Bais Medrash HaGadol Anshei Ungarin (Hungary), New York City
Date of Death:
Thu. June 13, 1940 -
Sivan 7 5700
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Directions to Kever: Union Field Cemetery in Ridgewood, Queens maintains computerized records and will provide a detailed location map upon request. Location: Path 42, at the corner of Main and Maple Road, two rows in front of Chief Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Joseph (RJJ)
Credit: Orthodox Judaism in America, Sherman
Photo Caption: Rav Moshe Weinberger was among the first Hungarian Rabbanim to arrive in the United States. After several troubled attempts in the rabbinate, he founded the Pitt Street Matzah Bakery. The Pitt Street Matzah Bakery was the forerunner of the now famous Streit’s Matzah Bakery. Credit: IFJCAH
Credit: The Rise Of The Jewish Community Of New York, Grinstein / IFJCAH
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