The Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Uziel, writes to representatives of the Aleppo community saying the Crown should to be transferred to Israel.
Isaac Shalom, a leader of the Aleppo community in New York, responds to Benayahu's letter, saying that he has not yet received a response to the request of Chief Rabbi Uziel to transfer the Crown to Jerusalem.
Isaac Shalom, a leader of the Aleppo community in New York, responds to Ben-Zvi's letter and promises to ask the Aleppocommunity to transfer the Crown to Jerusalem.
Ben-Zvi writes to IsaacShalom, one of the leaders of the Aleppo community in New York, and asks him to put pressure on the community in Aleppo to transfer the Crown to Israel.
Ben-Zvi writes to Isaac Shalom, one of the Aleppo community leaders in New York, and asks if he can inquire about missing pages which are said to be left in Aleppo.
A copy of the letter of the smuggler Faham to Shragai, in which he details the hardships and dangers he suffered in order to bring the Crown to Israel, without any compensation or gain on his part - and requests that his activities will be officially recognized.
Shragai wishes to mention the role of Faham in bringing the Crown, and wishes to mention his own part.
"A statement (or a copy of it) by the Rabbis of Aleppo, attesting that the Crown was sent from Aleppo to Israel to the hands of Rabbi Dayan alone. The statement is written in Rashi script, which was accepted by the sages of Syria."
A letter from the Ben-Zvi Institute indicates that there was some information about missing pages in Lebanon, in areas that were under the control of the Israeli army at the time.
Benayahu thanks Rabbi Chehebar for the details he sent about the missing pages of the Crown.