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Laws of Mourning , competently out of print, very very hard Sefer to find   Rabbi Aharon Feldman is the son of Rabbi Joseph Feldman (died 1993), a native of Warsaw and scion of a rabbinical family.[2] Rabbi Josef H. Feldman served as a rabbi in Manchester, New Hampshire in the 1930s, but left that post to assume the helm of Baltimore's Franklin Street Synagogue so his sons could attend a Hebrew day school.[3] He was the last rabbi to formally serve as chief rabbi of Baltimore.[citation needed] Rabbi Aharon Feldman has two brothers; his elder brother,[4]Rabbi Emanuel Feldman, was the prominent spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Jacob of Atlanta, Georgia for 40 years.[2] His younger brother, Rabbi Joel Feldman, is a former dean of Talmudical Academy of Baltimore.