The Charles F. Cummings New Jersey Information Center

Finding Aid to the Hellenic Heritage Collection, ca. 1906-2007 (Bulk dates: 1925-1950)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Descriptive Summary

Restrictions on Access

Processing Notes

Historical Note

Scope and Content

Series Descriptions

Access Points

Bibliography

Separated Materials

Container List


The Charles F. Cummings New Jersey Information Center
The Newark Public Library

Processed December 2007 by Julia Telonidis


Descriptive Summary

  Title: Hellenic Heritage Collection
  Dates: ca. 1906-2007
  Extent: 6 linear feet (10 standard archival boxes and 4 oversize boxes of various sizes)
  Abstract: This collection consists of photographs, certificates, passports, clippings and ephemera reflecting the Greek-American community of Newark, New Jersey during the 20th century.
  Provenance: This is an artificial collection assembled by Angelique Lampros and Peter Markos consisting of materials donated by various members of the Greek community in and around Newark, NJ and the United States that resulted in a book titled Remembering Newark's Greeks: An American Odyssey and in the 2002-2003 exhibition at Newark Public Library of the same title.
  Acquisition Information: Donated by Angelique Lampros, 2007.
  Preferred Citation: Hellenic Heritage Collection, The Charles F. Cummings New Jersey Information Center, Newark Public Library.

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Restrictions on Access

  Access Restrictions
There are no access restrictions on this collection.

Photocopying of materials is limited and no materials may be photocopied without permission from library staff.

Use Restrictions
Researchers wishing to publish, reproduce, or reprint materials from this collection must obtain permission.

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Processing Notes

  Original newspaper clippings were photocopied. Nicholas and Vassiliki Lampros wedding photograph with attached wedding crown (Box 2, Folder 2) may need future conservation work. Several items were separated from the collection and are listed under the Separated Materials section. Also, many of the materials in this collection were microfilmed and the microfilm is located in the Newark Public Library's Charles F. Cummings New Jersey Information Center. Select images from this collection can be viewed on the New Jersey Digital Highway website at www.njdigitalhighway.org. Search "Remembering Newark's Greeks."

There are two boxes of data file materials for this collection. There is no patron access to these materials.

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Historical Note

  Newark's Greek community was one of many immigrant communities to make a tremendous impact on the cultural landscape of New Jersey. Large scale immigration from Greece in the late 19th and early 20th centuries resulted in the formation of ethnic communities in various New Jersey cities, including Newark. Offering a less urban environment than New York City, Newark provided a variety of job opportunities to Greek immigrants, including work in leather tanning businesses, cigar factories, and breweries. Many worked as food vendors and later on as restaurateurs and business owners. Although small in numbers, estimated to be around 10,000 in 1910, Greek immigrants carved their own niche in this diverse and thriving city.

Newark's Greeks formed a close knit community based around church and family life. They founded the first Greek Orthodox Church in New Jersey, the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, also known as the "Mother Church of New Jersey," incorporated in 1906 and located on High Street (now Martin Luther King Boulevard) since 1924. Led for thirty-six years by Rev. George Spiridakis, and later on by Rev. James A. Aloupis for forty-seven years, St. Nicholas served as a center for Greek-American religious life and culture. In 1928 a second Greek Orthodox Church was established in Newark, St. Demetrios Church, located in its later years on Clinton Avenue.

Family was central to the lives of Greek Newarkers and family picnics, celebrations and get- togethers were frequent occurrences. Weddings and baptisms were large scale gatherings that served to bring the community together. Community involvement was evidenced in the popularity of Greek American church based philanthropic, educational, and religious organizations such as Philoptochos, G.A.P.A. (Greek American Progressive Association), and G.O.Y.A. (Greek Orthodox Youth Association). These organizations also helped to encourage the continuance of Greek language, cultural traditions, and history. Traditional Greek costumes were worn on occasions such as Greek Independence Day, celebrated annually on March 25th. Religious holidays such as Pascha (Easter) were multi-day celebrations filled with church service attendance, family gatherings, and traditional Greek foods.

Greek-owned businesses thrived, with restaurants, bakeries, flower and candy shops, barbers, and hat shops located throughout the city. Many Greek Americans served in the U.S. military with pride during World War II and participated in many war relief efforts. Individual success stories such as those of theater owner Adam A. Adams, U.S. Army General Leonidas Gavalas, prominent local cardiologist Dr. Nicholas Antonius, and architect William Chirgotis were a testament to the Greeks' successful assimilation into American society. Greek families encouraged the maintenance of traditional culture and family life while stressing the values of education and hard work. Many more second generation Greeks entered various professions such as law, education, engineering and the arts. The success of the community combined with the benefits of the GI Bill, afforded many the opportunity to move to homes in suburban areas. Gradually, the once concentrated community of Newark's Greeks began to disperse.

As a result of this exodus, other Greek Orthodox churches were founded throughout the state. Newark's changing social and economic landscape contributed to the diffusion of the community. In the later decades of the 20th century, church attendance at both churches began to decline. St. Demetrios Church relocated to Union, NJ in 1984. After years of declining church attendance, St. Nicholas Church decided to merge with the community of Sts. Constantine and Helen of Orange, NJ and will relocate to a new church facility in Roseland, NJ. The last church service was held at St. Nicholas in Newark on December 30, 2007, signifying the end of an era for Newark's Greeks.

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Scope and Content

  This collection consists mainly of photographs of various members of the Greek-American community of Newark, NJ and the surrounding area, and depicts various facets of Greek community, family, and religious life in Newark. There are many photographs of the Greek community's most prominent individuals and families, portrait and wedding photographs, and church scenes, many of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church of Newark. There are many images of individuals in Greek costume and images of family events, Greek-owned businesses, celebrations, banquets, and school photographs and sports. There are war related images and images of Greek community and church organizations such as A.H.E.P.A. (American Hellenic Progressive Association) and Daughters of Penelope.

There are also original documents including passports, birth and marriage certificates, immigration and naturalization documents, restaurant menus, certificates, membership cards and various types of ephemera. There are newspaper articles pertaining to the community's most prominent citizens, such as theater owner Adam A. Adams, U.S. Army Brigadier General Leonidas G. Gavalas, and cardiologist Dr. Nicholas Antonius. There are postcards and images of Greece, Greek Orthodox religious brochures, and Greek language teaching materials.

The Newark Public Library mounted an exhibit in 2003 entitled: Remembering Newark's Greeks: An American Odyssey, which has material in this collection, such as posters, publicity materials and photographs of the exhibition opening, and several non-paper based items, including a child's Greek Evzone costume, war medals and baptismal pins.

There are also paper based and audiovisual materials pertaining to oral histories that were conducted with members of Newark's early Greek families. Individual family histories, the Greek-American immigration experience, and growing up in Newark are well reflected in these materials.

The collecting of materials for this project is an ongoing process and more items will be integrated into this collection in the future.

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Series Descriptions

  This collection is organized into six series.

Series I. Photographs in alphabetical order by last name, ca. 1910-2000.
Consists of photographs in alphabetical order by last name. Included in this series are photographs of many of Newark's most prominent Greek families. There are also two folders of photographs of unidentified people.

Series II. Photographs in alphabetical order by subject, 1906-ca. 2000.
Photographs depict weddings, Greek ethnic costume, family events, church scenes, schools, military personnel, theaters, restaurants and other Greek-owned businesses. There is also a box of oversized photographs in this series.

Series III. Documents/publications pertaining to Greek Americans and Greece, ca. 1920-2005.
In this series are original documents such as certificates, menus, correspondence, receipts, invitations, immigration and naturalization documents, postcards from Greece, publicity pertaining to Greek Americans such as newspaper articles, and Greek language and Greek Orthodox religious learning materials. There is also a U-Matic video cassette of footage of an Easter service at St. Nicholas church.

Series IV. Exhibit and book related documents, 2000-2007.
Consists of clippings, advertisements, photographs, posters, exhibit captions. There is also a box of oversized items such as posters in this series.

Series V. Greek-American artifacts (non-paper based items), ca. 1918-2002.
Includes child's Greek Evzone costume, baptismal pins, Greek flag, and war medals, housed in two oversized boxes.

Series VI. Oral history related materials, ca. 1998-2002.
Consists of oral history related notes, forms, transcripts, cassettes of various types, and CDs with interviews of members of Newark's Greek families. The interviews were conducted by Angelique Lampros and Peter Markos in preparation for the 2002-2003 exhibition at Newark Public Library. Excerpts from the interviews were incorporated into the exhibition. This series consists of four subseries.

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Access Points

  The entries below represent persons, organizations, topics, places, and forms documented in this collection.

Subject Names:
Adams, Adam A.
Aloupis, James A.
Antonius, Nicholas.
Chirgotis, William G.
Gavalas, Leonidas G.
Lampros, Angelique.
Lampros, Demetra.
Lampros, George N.
Markos, Peter.
Spiridakis, George.
Zois, Asimina.

Subject Organizations:
AHEPA (Organization).
G.A.P.A.
GOYA (Organization).
Maids of Athena.
Newark Public Library.
Sons of Pericles.
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church (Newark, NJ).
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church (Newark, NJ).

Subject Topics:
Baptism (Liturgy).
Clergy--New Jersey--Newark.
Church buildings--New Jersey--Newark.
Community leaders--New Jersey--Newark.
Costume--Greece.
Dinners and dining--New Jersey--Newark.
Ethnic groups-- New Jersey--Newark.
Greek American restaurateurs--New Jersey--Newark.
Greek Americans--Associations, institutions, etc.
Greek Americans--New Jersey--Newark--History.
Greek language materials.
Immigrants--New Jersey--Newark.
Library exhibits--New Jersey--Newark.
Orthodox Eastern Church.
Restaurants--New Jersey--Newark.
Schools--New Jersey--Newark.
Soldiers.
Theaters--New Jersey--Newark.
War relief--New Jersey--Newark.
Weddings--New Jersey--Newark.
World War, 1914-1918.
World War, 1939-1945.

Subject Places:
Greece.
Newark (N.J.).

Document Types:
Audiocassettes.
Birth certificates.
Brochures.
CD-ROMs.
CD-Rs.
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Immigration records.
Invitations.
Marriage Certificates.
Membership cards.
Menus.
Microcassettes.
Passports.
Photographs.
Postcards.
Posters.
Transcripts.

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Bibliography

  Cummings, Charles F. "Greeks Endured Hardships on the Road to Success." The Star-Ledger. 19 April 2001.

Diamant, Jeff. "The End of a Spiritual Epoch: Greek Orthodox Church to Leave Newark." The Star-Ledger. 20 October 2006.

Lampros, Angelique. Remembering Newark's Greeks: An American Odyssey. Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Co. Publishers, c2006.

Vasilopoulos, Vicki. "A Lost World Lives on at the Newark Library." The New York Times. 15 December 2002.

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Separated Materials

  Atlas of World War II. New York: The Greek War Relief Association, 1943.

Kallas, Dr. John L. Growing Up as a Greek-American. Unionville, NY: KAV Books, Inc., 1992.

Kouveliotes, Stavros. To Triton Mesouranema. Second Revised Edition. San Francisco, CA: Mercury Press, 1942.

Salutos, Theodore. The Greeks in the United States. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1964.

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Container List

  Series I. Photographs in alphabetical order by last name, ca. 1910-2000.

Box
Folder
Description
Dates
1 1 Last names beginning with A: Adams (See also Box 4 Folder 7, Box 5 Folder 8, and Box 5 Folder 5), Aloupis (with Kostakos, Demetroulakis), Andrews, Antonakos, Antonas (with Lampros, Papastamatis) Antonius, Apostolakos (with Kostoulakos), Argyris, Arianas, Arianis, and Aridas ca. 1920-1950
1 2 Last names beginning with B: Bacchus, Barlas (with Katramados, Manos, Gougoumis), Bistis, Bougades, Bournazos(?), and Bravakis (with Diamandas, Thomas) ca. 1920s-2000
1 3 Last names beginning with C: Capelakos, Carnegis, Charlie, Chirgotis, Chletsos (with Valauri, Nikitakis, Vasiliou), Christos, Coniaris (with Poulos, Linardakis, Demetra), Corodemus (with Faraklas), Costandakos, Costas, and Costopoulos (with Yatrakis). ca. 1914-1990s
1 4 Last names beginning with D: Dedousis, Demas, Demos, Dermousis, Diamandas (with Linardakis), and Dokas (with Aloupis, Markos) ca. 1920s-1960s
1 5 Last names beginning with E: Economou and Evrotas ca. 1920s-1960s
1 6 Last names beginning with F: Faraklas, Frangos (with Midas), and Frankos ca. 1929-1940s
1 7 Last names beginning with G: Galanopoulos, Gargas, Gavalas, Geanakis, Geannakakis, Gianas (with Vasiliow), Gecas (See also Box 5 Folder 1, Box 5 Folder 6, and OS 4), Gellas, Georgas, Georgopoulos, Gevas (with Bravakis, Faraklas, Spyridakis, Markos), and Grammata ca. 1910s-1972
1 8 Last names beginning with H-J: Halakos, Halamandaris (with Stathopoulos and Faraklas), Halulakos, Javas, Jolas, Jovanis, and Juvelis (with Vlahakes) ca. 1910s-1960s
1 9 Last names beginning with K: Kafalas, Kallanis, Kalliaris, Kapandais, Karakos, Karambatos (with Markos), Katica, Katsafados, Katsamakis, Katsara, Kefalas, Kehayes, Koloroutis, Koronakos, Kostakos, Kostins, Kostas, Kostoulakos, Kyriakarakos, and Kyriakoulias ca. 1917-ca.1960
2 1 Last names beginning with L: Lampros, (with Theophilos, Costopoulos, Yatrakis, Vasiliou, Nikitakis), Leonidou, Linardakis (with Stathopoulos, Vlahakos, Diamandaris), Lollos (with Faraklas, Corodemus), Louis, and Lymperoupoulos (Lymp) ca. 1930s-1950s
2 2 Lampros wedding photograph (with crown attached) 1935
2 3 Last names beginning with M: Macris, Manas, Manolas, Manolis, Manos (with Pallantios), Markos (with Gevas, Pavalakos), Maskaleris, Massas, Mastakas, Matthews, Mavrades, Mehalaris, Mellas, Mendrinos, Mesenzanos, Metsopoulos, Missirlis, and Mitilinis (with Yatrakis, Costopoulos) ca. 1910s-ca. 1970s
2 4 Last names beginning with N-O: Nicholas, Nickopoulos, Nickolopoulos (name is spelled incorrectly in Remembering Newark’s Greeks book), and Nikitakis (with Geannakakis, Juvelis, Janulis, Pallantios, Vasiliow) ca. 1910s-1940s
2 5 Last names beginning with P-Q: Pallantios (with Manos, Stathopoulos), Pantages, Papandreopoulos (Andrews), Papadopoulos, Papageorge, Papatheodouras, Pappas, Peters, Petine (with Kondilis), Petropoulos, Petroulakos, Politos, Polychronopoulos (with Coniaris, Poulos, Spanioles, Beretsos), Pontiakos, Poulos, and Poutsiaka ca. 1910-ca. 1960
2 6 Last names beginning with R-S: Saros, Sarros, Sideris (with Mitilinis, Karras, Harris, and Manolis), Siemekis, Spiridon (with Maroukis, Baldsamedes), Spiropoulos, Spyridakis (with Costopoulos, Zaveson), Staikos, and Stathopoulos (with Poulos) ca. 1910s-1971
2 7 Last names beginning with T-V: Theodos, Theophiles, Theophilos, Thomas (with Demetroulakos), Tsonas, Tsotakos (with Poulimeneas), Vagenos, Vardakis, Vasiliow, Visas, and Vlahakes ca. 1910s-1960s
2 8 Last names beginning with W-Z: Yatrakis, Yeannakis (with Costopoulos), Zervakos, Zois, Zoulas ca. 1930-ca. 1970
2 9 Unidentified photographs ca. 1910-1990s

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Series II. Photographs in alphabetical order by subject, 1906-ca. 2000.

Box
Folder
Description
Dates
3 1 Businesses: bars, candy shops, delis, donut shops, factories, florists, grocers, restaurants, theaters ca. 1914-ca. 1962
3 2 Celebrations: gatherings, picnics, lamb roast, holidays ca. 1920s-1960s
3 3 Church (general): altars, ceremonies, christenings, clergy, holy communion, ground consecrations, stained glass (interiors) ca. 1920s-ca. 2000
3 4 Church–St. Demetrios: Father Pappas, church exterior, board of trustees, youth groups ca. 1920s-1950s
3 5 Church–St. Nicholas: Palm Sunday and Easter services, Sunday school, Greek School, blessing of Holy Bread, church exterior, Father Aloupis and other clergy, church festival, church exterior, plaque with founding members (See also copies of 1908 & 1913 church ledgers in OS 2) 1906-ca. 2000
3 6 Costume: mostly Greek national costume ca. 1920s-1950s
3 7 Military: officers, Navy, Gen. Gavalas (with Bing Crosby) (See also Box 5 folder 7), WWII, victory gardens, American Legion, nurses ca. 1940s-ca. 1960s
4 1 Newark: street scenes, parks, parades, map of ethnic neighborhoods 1911-ca. 1960
4 2 Organizations: events and dinners, G.A.P.A. (Greek-American Progressive Association), Philoptochos, A.H.E.P.A. (American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association), G.O.Y.A., Sons of Pericles, Parnassus Society, Maids of Athena ca. 1930s-1960s
4 3 Politics: politicians, political campaigns ca. 1950s-ca. 1970
4 4 Students and Schools: Central High School, Arts High, cheerleaders, class groups ca., 1920s-ca. 1950s
4 5 Ships and Immigration: Ships that brought immigrants from Greece: Patris, Byron, Acropolis, Constantinople, Themistocles, King Alexander, Athinai, Edison; also recent photos of Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty ca. 1915-ca. 2000
4 6 Sports: baseball, football, basketball ca. 1930s-ca. 1950s
4 7 Theaters: (Adam A. Adams owned) (See also Box 1 Folder 1, Box 5 Folder 5, and Box 5 Folder 8) ca. 1920-1950s
4 8 War relief: WWII era events, fundraisers, knitting relief efforts, efforts to aid Greece ca. 1940s
4 9 Weddings/Engagements: ceremonies, portraits, bride preparation, banquets. Includes Adams, Boucouvalas and Macris, Coniaris, Demetroulakos, Economou and Visas, Gecas, Gianas, Juvelis, Koronakos, Linardakis, Lymperopoulos (Lymp), Markos, Maskaleris, Nikitakis, Pallantios, Pappas, Sarandoulias, Theofilopoulou and Galanopoulos, Vlahakes, Zois ca. 1905-1950s
OS 1 Oversized photographs: many group photographs, school and church organizations, Bitsis mother and son, wedding photos ca. 1920-1955

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Series III. Documents/publications pertaining to Greek Americans and Greece, ca. 1920-2005.

Box
Folder
Description
Dates
5 1 Original Documents: church and Greek organizations (certificates, menus, correspondence, receipts, invitations, immigration and naturalization documents, testimonial dinner booklets) 1940s-1978
5 2 Original Documents: immigration and naturalization related (including passports) ca. 1920s-ca. 1960s
5 3 Original Documents: marriage and birth related documents 1929-1940
5 4 Original Documents: motor vehicle and hunting license cards 1930s
5 5 Original documents: restaurant and business related ephemera, menus (and two reproductions) ca. 1920-1930s
5 6 Original documents: war related, war relief organizations (U.S.O., American Legion) ca. 1930s-1960s
5 7 General documents/publications pertaining to Greek Americans, includes Asimina Zois (See also OS 1), Peter Thomas, Gen. Gavalas, William Chirgotis, Kostoulakos family, Boutsikaris family ca. 1920s-ca. 2000s
5 8 Adam A. Adams articles/obituary (See also Box 1 Folder 1, Box 4 Folder 7, and Box 5 Folder 5) ca. 1940s-1990s
5 9 Dr. Nicholas Antonius related documents ca. 1950s-1960s
5 10 Gus Gevas related documents, correspondence, political organizations ca. 1940s-1950s
5 11 St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church articles/publicity/history/copies of certificate of incorporation ca. 1906-1990s
5 12 Rev. James A. Aloupis testimonial dinner booklets, retirement celebration books 1969-2002
5 13 St. Nicholas Easter church service with Patriarch Nicholas VI, video footage on U-Matic videocassette, taken April 4, 1980 1980
6 1 Postcards and images of Greece: Acropolis, rural scenes, patriotic images ca. 1920s-ca. 1990
6 2 Poster depicting Greece during different periods and small map of Greece ca. 1940s
6 3 Tes Istorias tes Kainis Diathekis (Greek language children's religious book); Alphabetarion tou Elenopaidos tes Amerikes (Greek language children's primer) 1946-1949
6 4 Greek Orthodox religious/organizational brochures and pamphlets and pamphlet pertaining to the consecration of St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church (Union, NJ) in 1989 ca. 1960s-ca. 1990s
6 5 Essays: The Children of the Greek Pioneers of Essex County and The Maniates of Newark. John Antonakos, Editor. ca. 2005
6 6 Greek language hand written ledger of church meeting minutes (See photocopies of this ledger and also another large-sized original 1913 church ledger in OS 2) ca. 1908-1917

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Series IV. Exhibit and book related items, 2000-2007.

Box
Folder
Description
Dates
7 1 Exhibit/book related publicity (copies of newspaper and periodical articles) 2000-2002
7 2 Exhibit/book related publicity/documents: Newark Public Library, The New Jersey Historical Society, Greek Heritage Fund, release form (blank) documents, speaking engagements ca. 2000-2007
7 3 Printed captions used in exhibit 2002-2003
7 4 Photographs related to the exhibition opening, includes photos of Angelique Lampros and Peter Markos 2002
7 5 Correspondence to Angelique Lampros/Peter Markos regarding exhibit/book 2002
OS 2 Mounted exhibit photographs and posters (box also includes large sized 1913 St. Nicholas church ledger) 1908-2003

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Series V. Greek-American artifacts (non-paper based items), ca. 1918-2002.

Box
Folder
Description
Dates
OS 3 Child's Greek Evzone costume 1930s
OS 4 Greek flag, baptismal pins (marterika), wool baby boots and marterika belonging to George Lampros, Thomas Gecas handkerchief and World War I medals, Paul Andrews religious medal ca. 1918-2002

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Series VI. Oral history related materials, ca. 1998-2002.

Box
Folder
Description
Dates
Subseries A: Notes and forms of interviewees, organized by last name
8 1 A-- Adams Pantages, Aloupis, Anderson, Andrews, Angelides (Javas), Antonakos, Arbes, Argyris ca. 1998-2002
8 2 B-E-- Barlas, Bisbas, Bravakis, Buclary, Chirgotis, Coniaris, Corodemus, Dadenas (Geannakakes), Demas, Dermoussis, Economo (Visas) ca. 1998-2002
8 3 G-J-- Galanopoulos, Genakis, Gellas, Gevas, Gionis, Givas, Halamandaris, Janulis, Juvelis, Jovanis, ca. 1998-2002
8 4 K-L-- Kafalas, Kapandais (Mellas), Kapsimalis, Kiriakatis, Koloroutis, Koronakos, Kostakos, Kostoulakos (Apostolakos), Kyriakoulias, Lakas, Lollos ca. 1998-2002
8 5 M-N-- Macris, Mamolou, Manolis (Vasilion), Manos, Maroulakos, Maskaleris, Marolakos, Markakos, Mavrode, Mehalaris, Mendrios, Metsopoulos, Micheludis, Misirlis, Moutis (Arbes), Nicholas (Krentz), Nikitakis (Soppas) ca. 1998-2002
8 6 P-Z-- Pantages, Paskas, Peters, Petine, Pouliot, Poulos, Saros, Sebelios, Shinas, Skopelitis, Staikos, Stathopoulos, Theodos, Triandafilou, Tsaptsinos, Vardakis, Vlahakes, Xenofanes, Zanias, Zervakos ca. 1998-2002
Subseries B: Transcripts of interviews (printed MS Word documents), arranged alphabetically
8 7 Rev. James A. Aloupis transcript (see also digital audio file CD and audiocassette) ca. 1998-2002
8 8 Ted Bravakis transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
8 9 William Chirgotis transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
8 10 Dr. Charles Coniaris transcript (see also microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
8 11 Joanne and Florence Gellas transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
8 12 Gus Genakis transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
9 1 Jim Gevas transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CDs) ca. 1998-2002
9 2 Rev. Peter Kostakos transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
9 3 Tom and Bertha Manos transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
9 4 William Mavrode transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
9 5 Katherine Pantages transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
9 6 Louis Pantages transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
9 7 Michael Paskas transcript (see also microcassette and digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
Subseries C: Audiovisual materials: microcassettes and standard size audiocassettes, organized alphabetically
9 8 Standard size audiocassettes: Rev. James A. Aloupis (see also digital audio file CD and transcript), J. Petine for K. Lampros (see also digital audio file CD), Maskaleris/Pappas family histories (see also digital audio file CD) ca. 1998-2002
9 9 Microcassettes (see also digital audio files on CD and some on transcript): D. Adams Pantages, Rev. James A. Aloupis, Chris Argyris, Ted and Ann Bravakis, Bill Chirgotis, T. Coniaris ca. 1998-2002
9 10 Microcassettes (see also digital audio files on CD and some on transcript): Gellas (2), Gus Genakis, Jim Gevas (3), Rev. Kostakos (2) ca. 1998-2002
9 11 Microcassettes (see also digital audio files on CD and some on transcript): J. Lollos, Manos, Mavrode, George Mendrios ca. 1998-2002
9 12 Microcassettes (see also digital audio files on CD and some on transcript): Kay Pantages, Lou Pantages, Paskas (2), Spyros Poulos Subseries D: CD-R and digital audio file CDs, arranged alphabetically ca. 1998-2002
10 1 Hellenic Oral History Project CD-R (contains MS Word document versions of printed transcripts) ca. 1998-2002
10 2 D. Adams Pantages interview, digital audio file CD ca. 1998-2002
10 3 Rev. James A. Aloupis interview, digital audio file CDs (3) (see also transcript and audiocassettes) ca. 1998-2002
10 4 Chris Argyris interview, digital audio file CD (see also microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 5 Ted and Anne Bravakis interview, digital audio file CD (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 6 William (Bill) Chirgotis interview, digital audio file CD (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 7 T. Coniaris interview, digital audio file CD (see also microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 8 Gellas interview, digital audio file CDs (2) (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 9 Genakis interview, digital audio file CD (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 10 Gevas interview, digital audio file CDs (3) (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 11 Rev. Kostakos interview, digital audio file CDs (3) (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 12 Lollos interview, digital audio file CDs (2) (see also microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 13 Manos interview, digital audio file CD (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 14 Maskaleris/Pappas family histories, digital audio file CD (see also audiocassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 15 Mavrode interview, digital audio file CDs (3) (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 16 Mendrios interview, digital audio file CD (see also microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 17 Pantages interview, digital audio file CD (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 18 Paskas interview, digital audio file CDs (2) (see also transcript and microcassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 19 Petine J. for K. Lampros interview, digital audio file CDs (2) (see also audiocassette) ca. 1998-2002
10 20 Poulos, Spyros interview, digital audio file CD (see also microcassette) ca. 1998-2002

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