Rabbi Ahron Teitelbaum's Passport issued in Switzerland 1935.
Includes his photograph, signature and his personal information, with many stamps from border crossings.
Rabbi Ahron Teitelbaum (1891-1950) born in Jerusalem studied under the great rabbis of Jerusalem. In 1912 heeded to the call of Rav Chaim Berlin to travel to America to collect funds for "Vad Kneses Yisroel" he remained in America for an extended time engaging in active work for the local Jewish communities and fundraising for the Jews in Israel. He also founded the "committee for assisting refugees from the 1st and was involved assisting many charity organizations which caused him to travel frequently.