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This folder contains a variety of documents related to Transnistrian deportees. There is a text or manuscript concerning individuals repatriated in 1943. There are several charts of repatriates suspected of political subterfuge (communist links); charts of individuals deported from certain towns (Dorohiu, Burdujeni), charts of those deported due to infractions of forced labor requirements.

This file contains various papers concerning the distribution of free textbooks to needy children and orphans, the destruction by Russian soldiers of school archives and holdings of Solca, Pârtești de Jos, and Soloneț which had been evacuated to Topoloveni, and various other materials relating to the relocation and return of school documents during and after the war. Although the records offer no indication of Jewish students or school staff, some of the papers indicate the presence of Jewish and/or German merchants in Suceava after the war – a bookdealer Nathan Weiner, a wood dealer Isidor Schläffer, and a hardware business called Bessler & Haimovic.

Access to view this item was not granted to the surveying archivists by the staff of the Suceava County Archives. According to the title, the folder presumably contains information dealing with German and Jewish property seized by Suceava county schools upon the repatriation or deportation, respectively, of those two populations during World War II.

This folder contains letters sent by the National Ministry of Education of Romania regarding the restitution of property seized during the occupation of Transnistria and Bessarabia by the U.S.S.R. There are also responses of schools and school districts to the Ministry regarding these circulars, occasionally with declarations or forms listing any property seized from these territories.

This file is an alphabetical index by name of teacher and name of school. The index relates the document numbers of the various requests, inquiries, evaluations, penalties, and various other types to the name of the individual or of the school. For each letter in the index, individuals are listed, followed by schools filed according to the name of their locality. For the Suceava district (see the end of the “S” section), several documents pertain to actions relating to the Jewish schools of Suceava district as a group. There are also entries for several Jewish teachers.

These stubs of graduation certificates list student's name, date and location of birth, and date of graduation. A substantial number of the students are Jewish. In most cases a photograph of the student is attached. Some full graduation certificates with diploma are also present, and these include on the verso the student's grades on most major exams.

This matriculation register lists each student's attendance and grades on trimester and final exams, along with the student's name, date and location of birth, religion, nationality, and in some cases previous school attendance. Name and religion of parents, as well as the profession of the father, are also listed. A considerable number of Jewish students are attested in this register.

This collection contains the papers of the office of the school inspector of Suceava county. The material includes a variety of documents and correspondence regarding the development of curriculum, administration of district schools, and evaluation of teachers and individual schools. A significant amount of correspondence with regional and national authorities is also present. The collection offers some insight into the numbers of Jewish teachers and students in the district and records, unintentionally, various anti-Semitic activities taking place during World War II (seizure of Jewish property by school administrations , etc). For details on a select number of items surveyed containing material specifically related to the Jewish population, please click on any link below.

The collection consists of matriculation and attendance registers, graduation records, gradebooks, and some financial records. Jewish children were registered in the school. Registration records may include an array of vital data on a pupil including address, parental information, birthdate and place, and so forth. Some records also include photographs of pupils. For details on some of these records, please see the links below.

This collection contains matriculation, attendance, and financial records and registers, as well as a handful of other types of documents.

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