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The register includes lesson plans for various subjects, class lists, and information about the teachers. Most of the students are ethnically Romanian, though there are still some Jewish students.

The register book is divided by class and lists each student by name and the grades received. No other information related to vital statistics (parents, birth information, residence) is provided. There are less Jewish students than prior to World War I, but there is still a significant Jewish presence.

Each page of the register contains the exam information for one student: the student's name is at the top below which are listed the subjects, topic of exam for each subject, and grade received. Sometimes additional information regarding the student is included at the top (birth date and place). Some loose leaves of correspondence and school certificates are included at the end. Jewish students make up a large portion of the student population.

Each page of the register contains the exam information for one student: the student's name is at the top, below which are listed the subjects, topic of exam for each subject, and grade received. Sometimes additional information regarding the student is included at the top (birth date and place). Some loose leaves of correspondence and school certificates are included at the end. Jewish students make up a large portion of the student population.

The catalogue lists the students for each class at the school and sometimes includes some comments regarding the students' behavior. No other information is contained regarding parents, birth place or date, etc. The vast majority of the students from these years appear to be Jewish.

This catalogue contains two pages for each individual student on which are entered the student's name, birthplace, father's name and place of residence, student's religion, and remarks as to his behavior and performance. Students of all major religions in the region are represented.

This collection contains six items from a secondary school in Czernowitz which existed at least from the 1850s to the interwar period. The school appears to have changed names several times over the years. Until the interwar period, Jewish students made up a significant portion of the student body. During World War II many documents from northern Bukovina were "evacuated" to southern Bukovina or elsewhere in Romania. This evacuation of documents was often incomplete and many documents have gone missing, which may explain how this collection ended up in Suceava and why it is so small, given that the dates span nearly a century. It is possible that other records for this school are held in archival repositories in Chernivtsi or even elsewhere in Romania. Please see below for details on the six items within this collection.

This school appears to have originally been the a boys elementary school in Cernăuți (Czernowitz, Chernivtsi) and at some point in time during or after World War II it was relocated to Siret. The collection primarily contains minutes of the staff meetings but it also has other registers and files regarding school finances, accounts, and class catalogs. The minutes of meetings (procese verbale) recorded during the war period are potentially of interest.

The collection consists of one file only, which contains 10 receipts for diplomas received by students at the ”Petru Rareș” trade school of Cernăuți. Some of the students were Jewish. The receipts list the graduate's name, birth place and date, father's name, and grade average. Names include Casner, Wirth, Meier, Klein, Waldmann, Cușnir, Baumann, Rosenkranz, Iavorschi, Sandulovici.

Gisela Habler of Czernowitz, identity card.

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