Zev Wolf Leiter זאב וואלף לייטער
(1891 - 1974 CE) (1891 - 1974 לספירה)
A child prodigy who developed into a famous scholar and rabbi. Immigrating to Holland at the start of World War I, he eventually made his way to Pittsburgh, PA where he was a community rabbi and a prolific writer. While in Holland, he wrote a groundbreaking book on the status of women in Judaism.