A letter dated 1928 written in the actual handwriting of Rabbi Chaim Hager of Kasov.
In it he writes, "Behold I have accepted a blessing and return a blessing. May it be His will to inscribe and sign him and his household in the Book of Tzaddikim… and may we merit to see Mashiach and go up to Zion with joy quickly… He who is waiting for the general salvation soon, Chaim the son of the tzaddik of Kasov…"
Rabbi Chaim Hager, rabbinic leader of Kasov, was the son of Rabbi Moshe of Kasov – author of the Leket Ani, and grandson of Rabbi Yaakov Shimshon of Kasov who was the son of Rabbi Chaim of Kasov – author of Toras Chaim, who was the son of Rabbi Menachem Mendle of Kasov – author of Ahavas Shalom.
He was killed in the holocaust in 1942.
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