This collection consists of files created or maintained by the police authorities in Câmpulung Moldovenesc from the 1920s to the 1940s. In light of the significant Jewish population of the town, many or even most files may contain papers related in some way to Jewish residents. There are, for example, charts of artisans and shop-keepers; requests from organizations (Jewish cultural, religious, political groups) for permission to organize cultural events from dances to meetings to elections and so forth; files on suspected persons (including war-time refugees); files dealing with the revoking of Romanian citizenship from Jews; files from the Austro-Hungarian period with military conscript information; files dealing with forced labor or deportation to Transnistria during World War II. For details on these items and others, please click on any link below.
This trade school has records spanning 20 years. The records are primarily class register books or the main register book for the entire school. One of these school-wide register books (1928) contains only girls names, but it is unclear whether the school was exclusively a girls school or whether the boys register book for that year was lost. The school was attended by Romanian, German, and Jewish students. The registry records a student's name, birth date and place, parents' names, nationalities, and religion, elementary school attended by the student, whether and when they received vaccinations, town of residence, and grades.
This item is an official suit statement submitted by Goldschmit to the court in Câmpulung regarding 12 Kronen that Aleksa Dari borrowed and did not pay back. Goldschmit and Dari are both of Ruși-Moldovița
The documents collection consists of various documents on a wide variety of topics that were donated to or collected by the National Archives Branch of Suceava. For information on individual items within this collection of potential interest to those researching regional Jewish history, please see the below.