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December 27, 1985 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 27, 1985

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Rebbe's Library
Sparks Dispute

New York — The fate of the
50,000-volume library of the late
Rabbi Menachem Mendel
Schneersohn, the sixth
Lubavitcher rebbe, will be de-
cided by a Federal District Court
judge in Brooklyn, N.Y. next
month.
Judge Charles P. Sifton will
have to determine whether the
books — many of which are rare
volumes worth tens of thousands
of dollars each — belong to the
rabbi's grandson or to the
Lubavitcher community which
the rebbe led until his death in
1950, the New York Times re-
ported.
The case stems from the sale of
more than 100 of the books by
Barry S. Gourary, the 62-year-old
son of the late rebbe's eldest
daughter. Gourary, a manage-
ment consultant from Montclair,
N.J., removed 400 volumes from
the library last fall. He made
$186,000 from the sale, including

$69,000 for a 15th Century illus-

trated Haggadah.
Gourary insists the books were
the private property of his grand-
father, passed down, via the re-
bbe's widow and two daughters, to

him.

The Lubavitchers, who claim to
have spent $400,000 to retrieve
the books sold by Gourary,
counter that the volumes be-
longed to them — both because
the late rabbi had explicitly said
so and because they had been
purchased largely with charitable
funds raised by the sect.
The Lubavitchers have ob-
tained a restraining order block-
ing Gourary from further sales
until a decision is reached in the
case.

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