Letter signed by the Admor Rabbi Yisrael Hager of Vizhnitz on sending emissary to collect money for the expenses of his first granddaughter's marriage with an apology that “the terrible cost is immeasurably greater and all this has led me to make an exception to my norm of not sending emissaries to collect for the needs of a wedding…”
Signature and stamp of the Admor; 18:11 cm, Few stains and creases.
The Admor Rabbi Yisrael Hagar of Vizhnitz author of Ahavat Yisrael (1866-1936) son of Rabbi Baruch of Vizhnitz, grew up in the shade of his grandfather Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Vizhnitz author of Zemach Tzadik, He moved to his father-in-law, Rabbi Meir Horowitz in Dzikov, and in 1878 returned to Vizhnitz, where he was the right hand and the favorite of his grandfather. In 1893, at the age of thirty-three he was appointed Rebbe and expanded the boundaries of Hassidism. He became famous mainly for his love for every Jew.