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The Talmudic Yeshiva of Philadelphia Philly is located at Drexel Rd, in suburban Philadelphia. The yeshiva was founded by Rav Shmuel Kaminetzky in Rav Elya Svei joined him a few years later as rosh yeshiva. Rav Elya was one of the first of many Lakewood talmidim to start his own yeshiva. At the time, the torah community in Philadelphia was almost nonexistent.
Philadelphia was home to many Jewish organizations, most notably the Jewish Publication Society , but none of them were frum. The yeshiva has done much to change that. The yeshiva was run hand in hand for many years by the two roshei yeshiva. For the most part, they have gotten along famously, which is quite rare.
In the last few years, Rav Elya has been ill and stopped performing many of his long-time duties. Rav Shmuel stopped giving shiur at the same time as Rav Elya, but he continues to be very involved in all aspects of the day to day operations. This outspokenness has helped him accomplish much for the klal. Rav Shmuel was always seen as the more diplomatic of the two and has been a supporter of many innovative programs in chinuch.
For the last 25 years, they have both been very involved in issues of the klal, especially chinuch. Mechanchim have long known that they were reachable until late at night every single night, to discuss educational issues.
Rav Shmuel, like his father, is very open minded and pragmatic about culture and society at large. While bochurim are strongly encouraged as a group, to stay in learning long-term, he has been known to encourage individuals to go to college or the workforce. Nevertheless, the yeshiva remains very out-of-town yeshivish. He is surprisingly accessible to strangers and can move heaven and earth during crises. They each say the shiur that their respective fathers gave and they seem to be well respected by the bochurim.