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This folder contains a variety of documents related to individuals deported to Transnistria. Primarily the documents are requests from family members who remained in Romania for their deported relatives to be returned to the country. There are also some notes and memos regarding sums of money sent to deportees. The requests from family members for their relatives to be restored provide various details about the deportee, the circumstances surrounding their deportation, and the material circumstances of the author of the letter. Frequently various civil records are included such as birth certificates.

This folder contains correspondence between the central offices of the Jewish council and the Cernăuți offices. The correspondence and material primarily concerns the budget, though some other matters are also mentioned (requests for holiday materials,etc).

These two folders contain almost 400 "declarations" made by the heads of households in Cernăuți in 1942. The forms contain the names of the household members, including relation to the head of the household, age, occupation, and various permit or authoritization numbers. The address, date, signature are also included. Please note that while there are almost 400 such forms, many tens of thousands of Jews lived in Cernăuți throughout the war so these forms only contain the names of a fraction of the Jewish population. Many of the forms in folder 298 sustained water damage and are illegible. The forms were created by the county office of Czernowitz Jews (Oficiul Județean al Evreilor Cernăuți).

This folder contains a list of individuals appointed to administrative positions at the county office of Czernowitz Jews and other Jewish welfare and aid organizations in Czernowitz. The name, department, position, and age are included.

This folder contains a document outlying the plans for the emigration (presumably to Palestine) of those deported to Transnistria. Included are the names of the men in charge of organizing the effort, the price per person and other directions. It was written by the Jewish Council and is addressed to the county office in Cernăuți. There is no date.

This folder appears to have been created by the welfare branch of the Jewish council. There are hundreds of communications regarding sums transferred to various locations in Transnistria. But the material also contains correspondence (requests, messages, announcements of money transfer) between branches in Tranyslvania and elsewhere in the country.

The documents include handwritten biographical notes of several men in leadership positions in the Czernowitz Jewish community and other memos from and to the central offices in Bucharest regarding the Jewish census and other administrative matters.

This business preparatory school has its origin in 1883, when it was founded as a department of a larger trade school. In 1922 the business program separated from the trade school and took the name Școala Superioară de Comerț. The collection consists primarily of certificates of completion and notices of incompletion of course of study. As an example, see dosar 1/1936--the certificates contain the name of the student, the date, and also have a photograph of the student attached on the verso. A large number of the students of this school were Jewish.

The collection consists primarily of certificates of completion and notices of incompletion of course of study. The school reflected the multi-ethnic character of Cernăuți, and accordingly many Jewish students attended. A large number of diploma stubs are present, notable for containing photographs of the students: stubs list the name, birth date, and birth place of the student, as well as the date of graduation, with the photograph of the student on the verso.

This file titled confidential contains a variety of correspondence related to extremist movements and members of these movements of all kinds. Included are documents regarding Iron Guard members, Nazis, communists, or citizens of any country which was currently at war (France, England, Germany). Of special interest may be a list of communists in Cernăuți (apparently all Jews) including the address and profession of the individual and photographs of equipment used to sabatoge trains (homemade bombs, etc).

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