In 1882, Emánuel Bródy  (Menahem Broda, 1862–1938 / 8th of Av, 5698), son of Ábrahám Broda of Berezovo, son in law of the Nyírtass rebbe, Meshulim Feish Lowy (1821–1875) got in charge as leader of the yeshiva in Nagykálló. Between the two World Wars the number of his disciples was sometimes over 200. After his death, there was no new rabbi elected, and the yeshiva was closed.