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The school was founded as the Griechisch-orthodox kaiserlich-königliches Gymnasium by order of the Ministry of Education in Vienna in 1860. The language of instruction was German until 1882, at which point a Romanian section was established in parallel to the German-language sections. In 1919, the school was renamed Liceul de băeți “Ștefan cel Mare” ("Ștefan cel Mare Boys Lycee"). Throughout its history, the school maintained a reputation as one of the best in Bukovina and attracted students from the entire Bukovina region and beyond. The collection contains matriculation registers, administrative correspondence, administrative and faculty meeting minutes, and various papers pertaining to budget and finances. Matriculation registers from the period of the Habsburg regime are arranged by class, and then alphabetically by student's surname within each class. As can be seen from the entries for the students, the student population was quite mixed and included Germans, Jews, Romanians, Ruthenians, Armenians, and many of the other nationalities present in the Bukovina region at the time. For some classes there are multiple sections, including in some cases special “German” or “Romanian” sections. Each page contains an entry for a single student, and lists the students coursework and grades, as well as comments on the student's conduct and other observations. The entry also lists the student's religion, residence, nationality, and native language, as well as the name, residence, and profession of the student's father (sometimes of the mother as well), and if applicable the name of any guardians or of the address where the student resides and boards while attending the school. At the start of each class's entries are general statistics on the class's performance for that year, as well as a list of instructors, including instructors for religion sections (Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and Jewish).

The collection contains matriculation registers, attendance lists, gradebooks, and administrative papers for the school during the first half of the interwar period, as well as during the years following the second world war. Often the matriculation registers and gradebooks (cataloage de clasă) provide a fair amount of vital statistics information on the students and their families.

This register contains handwritten German entries with printed German titles. Some entries appear to be for residents of other localities, but the bulk of the entries is for Suceava residents. The register consists of an alphabetical index by last name of the birth, marriage, and death registers of the Suceava Jewish community; year, register page number and entry number are listed for each personal name entry.

This register contains handwritten German entries with printed German titles. Some entries appear to be for residents of other localities, but the bulk of the entries is for Suceava residents. The register consists of an alphabetical index by last name of the birth, marriage, and death registers of the Suceava Jewish community; year, register page number and entry number are listed for each personal name entry.

This register contains handwritten German entries with printed German titles. It includes entries for Ițcani (Itzcany) and other neighboring smaller localities. Name, age, profession, and address of the deceased are listed, along with date, cause, and location of death, and date and location of burial. In most cases names of the deceased parents and their town of residence are also listed.

This register contains handwritten German entries with printed German titles. It includes entries for Ițcani (Itzcany) and other neighboring smaller localities. Name, age, profession, and address of the deceased are listed, along with date, cause, and location of death, and date and location of burial. In most cases names of the deceased parents and their town of residence are also listed.

This register contains handwritten German entries with printed German titles. It includes entries for Ițcani (Itzcany) and other neighboring smaller localities. Name, age, profession, and address of the deceased are listed, along with date, cause, and location of death, and date and location of burial. In most cases names of the deceased parents and their town of residence are also listed.

This register contains handwritten German entries with printed German titles. It includes entries for Ițcani (Itzcany) and other neighboring smaller localities. Name, age, profession, and address of the deceased are listed, along with date, cause, and location of death, and date and location of burial. In most cases names of the deceased parents and their town of residence are also listed.

This register contains handwritten German entries with titles printed in Latin. It includes some entries for individuals from Ițcani (Itzcany) and other smaller localities in the region. Name, age, and address of the deceased are listed, along with the date of death, usually also with cause of death.

This register contains handwritten German entries with printed German titles. It includes entries for Ițcani (Itzkany) and a few other smaller localites in the area. Name, age, profession, and address of the bride and groom are given, along with the name and address of their parents and names of witnesses and the officiating rabbi. Amendments notes, and corrections, later ones in Romanian, accompany several entries.

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