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Abstract Papers of Callimachos include biographical information, correspondence, writings and speeches, resources, legal documents, memorabilia, collected ephemera, and photographs. The many correspondents include the American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief, the Cyprian National Federation of America, George Demeter, the HellespontGeorge E. Phillies, Theodore Saloutos, and many others. Topics represented include research in the religious archives of Patmos and Alexandria, Greek American press,...
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Abstract The papers (1921-1980) of Dimitri Tselos consist of his writings on art and architecture; book reviews; and articles in the Greek-American press. Papers also reflect his involvement with various Greek American organizations and activities. Included are correspondence, photographs, programs, clippings, and published materials pertaining to the Hellenic Professional Society of Illinois, the Hellenic Students Association, the Greek Students Association "Plato," and the American Friends of Greece,...
Abstract Records consist of organizational papers and financial records, correspondence, print and near-print materials, newspaper clippings, maps, posters, ephemera, and photographs. Included is correspondence with U.S. government officials and representatives, including President Gerald Ford, Hodding Carter III, Rep. Donald M. Fraser, Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, Rep. Joseph E. Karth, Sen. Walter F. Mondale, Rep. Albert H. Quie, Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes, Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger, and Rep....
Abstract Collection consists of biographical materials, research notes and draft articles, documentation related to Rev. Papademetriou's carreer at the Hellenic College Holy Cross School of Theology, his activities in various religious and Greek American organizations. Included are also photographs and newspaper clippings.
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Abstract Collection consists of a set of photocopied materials documenting the family history of Christos Siotas (1899-1955) and his descendants. Christos Siotas was a Hellene from Macedonia, first establishing a fur trading business in Paris, France, before arriving in the United States in 1928
Abstract Papers (1932-1982) of Theodore Saloutos include personal and professional correspondence; research notes; documentation of organizational, teaching, and political activities; photographs; diaries; and memorabilia. Correspondents include Louis Adamic, Pete Domenici, Roger Daniels, Victor Greene, Oscar Handlin, Gary Hart, Andrew T. Kopan, Charles C. Moskos, Moses Rischin, Joseph Rouchek, Carl Frederick Wittke, Rudolph Vecoli, Alan Cranston, and Birch Baye.