Sefer Daʻat Daṿid : ʻal Shulḥan ʻArukh Yoreh deʻah
1800 (approximate start)
1812 (approximate end)
Sinzheim, Joseph David ben Isaac, 1745-1812
Includes a question posed to the author regarding a custom of some women to sew the parchment sheets of Torah scrolls with catgut. Many pages and spaces are blank; apparently only notes or an outline for a fuller work. Written in author's own handwriting; Ashkenazic script; undated. 5-35 lines to a page.
The digital version of this manuscript was produced under the auspices of the National Library of Israel's manuscript digitization program, through a cooperative agreement between Yeshiva University and the NLI.
The original manuscript, presented as a gift to Yeshiva University in 1954, was preserved by Yeshiva University’s Mendel Gottesman Library among its rare collections and made available for research and inquiry. It was transferred by the University to Rabbi Nathan Raphael Auerbach in 2015. By agreement with Rabbi Auerbach, a digital version of the manuscript is on the Yeshiva University website.