Summaries of study lessons given by Rabbi Moshe Soloveitchik at a yeshiva in Lugano (Switzerland), written by his disciple, the late Rabbi Yosef Coleman (MZ in Kiryat Sefer, and the right hand of Rabbi Shmuel Halevi Wazner).
Shiurim on Tractates Eruvin, Ketubot, Mechot - 60 written pages.
Shiurim on Ketubot Tractate - 15 written pages.
The Gaon Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Mordechai Soloveitchik [1914-1995], grandson of Rabbi Chaim Brisk. One of the greatest of the generation and the leaders of the world of Torah in Europe, Served as Rosh Yeshiva in Switzerland. In his youth he studied at the Torat Chesed Yeshiva in Brisk with Rabbi Moshe Sokolovsky (author of "Emri Moshe") and later at the Beit Yitzhak Knesset Yeshiva in Kamnitz with Rabbi Baruch Ber Leibowitz. After the war he traveled to Eretz Israel and studied at the Lomza Yeshiva in Petah Tikva. In Israel, he was very close to the Chazon Ish, and was in close contact with his uncle, Rabbi of Brisk, who was living in Jerusalem at the time. He then returned to Switzerland and headed the yeshiva which was established in Lugano. In 1962, Rabbi Moshe moved to Zurich, but continued to head the yeshiva in Lucerne for another year, until the arrival of Rabbi Yitzchak Dov Kopelman from New York, who replaced him in this position.
75 written pages. Notebook pages filed to the original binder. Nice and readable writing.