A long letter in which he writes his opinion against grinding the flour with a mill run by steam for the use of matzos. expresses his joy over the fact that they have obtained wheat for baking matzoth, as well as Torah novellae.
In his words about the mill of steam, he writes: "And what shall we do because the devil has done everything to prepare an obstacle? God will see our case and straighten out before us the ways of the Torah and remove the obstacle soon."
Rabbi Shalom Goldenberg, Av Beit Din of Swalewe was born in 1872 and served in the rabbinate of Swalewe from 1882 to 1913.
 p. dated 5673 (1913), good condition, at the end of which are several lines from his rabbinic wife.
rare and very important.