The collection contains hundreds of class registers spanning 75 years for one of the three public elementary schools for girls in Rădăuți. The collection is comprehensive with few gaps in years or class registers. It appears that the majority of the girls attending this school came from Jewish families and the others from German families. For example, one second grade class from 1918 consists of 54 pupils of whom 30 are Jewish, 19 Roman-Catholic, 2 Protestant, and 3 Greek-Catholic (Eastern-Catholic). Of these 51 claim German as their mother tongue and 3 Ruthenian (Ukrainian). The other second grade class for that year consists of 56 girls, all of whom speak German as their mother-tongue; the religious breakdown is 28 Jews, 24 Catholics, 3 Protestants, and 1 Eastern-Catholic.
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.
Școala primară de fete nr. 2 Rădăuți ; număr curent 515 ; fond 316 ; inventar nr. 84
Școala primară de fete nr. 2 Rădăuți ; număr curent 515 ; fond 316 ; inventar nr. 84; Arhivele Naționale ale României, Direcția Județeana Suceava