This high school was opened in 1872 and was known as the K. u. K. Staatsgymnasium of Radautz. After World War I, when Radautz became part of Romania, it was renamed ”Eudoxiu Hurmuzachi.” In the Austrian period students of all ethnic and religious groups attended the school, often travelling from other towns in the region. The collection contains matrikulation books from 1876-1918 without interruption. From 1927-1938 there are gaps and no record books, but a few documents relating to teachers. The matrikulation books contain the name and age of the student, place of birth, residence, religion, father's name, residence, and occupation, classes taken grades, and sometimes additional comments regarding behavior or absences.
”Eudoxiu Hurmuzaci” high school of Rădăuți (various names over the years)
Register books, documents
These records were maintained by the respective school and collected by the Suceava branch of the National Archives at some point in time after World War II and after the restructuring of the school system by the communist regime.
Liceul ”Eudoxiu Hurmuzaci” Rădăuți ; număr curent 154 ; fond 117 ; inventar nr. 247
Liceul ”Eudoxiu Hurmuzaci” Rădăuți ; număr curent 154 ; fond 117 ; inventar nr. 247; Arhivele Naționale ale României, Direcția Județeana Suceava