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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 27.01.2013

Soko Koizumi with John Kassimatis

Soko is a grand daughter of Lafcadio Hearn. She is visiting Greece at the moment (January, 2013).

John (Yanni), who lives in Athens, and in Livathi, Kythera, has written an excellent life history of Lafcadio Hearn, (in Greek), which Soko is holding in her hands, in this photograph.

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 20.01.2013

Kytherian Brotherhood of Australia. Committee. 1979

Eleftherios Fatseas, President
Nick Sandeman, Vice President
Con Andronicos, Treasurer
Petros Coroneos
Con Gavrilis
Peter Kalligeros
George Cassimatis
Spiros Frilingos
Nick Samios
Nick S. Samios
Arthur Sklavos
Violet Sandeman

Back Row: Spiros Frilingos, Nick S. Samios, Arthur Sklavos, George Cassimatis, Nick Samios.

Front Row: Petros Coroneos, Violet Sandeman, Eleftherios Fatseas, ...

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submitted by Vasilia Uhrweiss (nee Margetis) on 17.12.2012

Archimandrite Athenagoras Varaklas at the wharf

Archimandrite Athenagoras Varaklas was appointed in 1923, and according to Anastasios Tamis, 'proved to be the most controversial clergyman of the pre-WWII period in Australia'.

See/ download:

Greek Orthodoxy in Australia.pdf

The date may be 1936(?), and the occasion Athenagoras' embarkation for Greece?

Others in the photograph include; left to right: ......Marcello, ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 16.12.2012

From a photograph of Lafcadio Hearn taken in 1889

Λευκάδιος Χερν – Ο ελληνοϊρλανδός συγγραφέας των τριών ηπείρων

Η Ευρώπη τον εγέννησε, η Ασία τον εδημιούργησε ως λογοτέχνη περιωπής και η Αμερική τον ανέδειξε

Της ΦΩΤΕΙΝΗΣ ΤΟΜΑΗ

Levkathitika Nea

ΓΙΟΣ ΙΡΛΑΝΔΟΥ, ενός στρατιωτικού γιατρού που υπηρετούσε ...

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submitted by The Age, Melbourne on 14.12.2012

Reg Saunders with wife Dorothy

To Crete with love: a thank-you for bonds forged in war

The Age, Melbourne, December 14, 2012

Annabel Ross

Reporter

Leslie Manning, 99, meets Glenda Hume, the daughter of Aboriginal Digger Reg Saunders

''I'VE GOT a lot of kisses for this man,'' says Glenda Hume, planting another one on Leslie Manning's cheek. Ms Hume is ...

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submitted by The Age, Melbourne on 14.12.2012

To Crete with love: a thank-you for bonds forged in war

The Age, Melbourne, December 14, 2012

Annabel Ross

Reporter

Leslie Manning, 99, meets Glenda Hume, the daughter of Aboriginal Digger Reg Saunders. The two men fought together in Crete. Photo: Joe Armao


''I'VE GOT a lot of kisses for this man,'' says Glenda Hume, planting another one on Leslie Manning's cheek. Ms Hume is the eldest surviving daughter of Reg Saunders, the first Aboriginal to be commissioned as an officer in the Australian ...

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submitted by Kytherian Association Of Australia on 20.12.2012

Angelo Notaras holding the Kytherian Medal of Honour

On the 10th December, 2012, at a ceremony at the Athenian Restaurant, Barrack Street, Sydney, attended by family, friends, and members of the Committee of the Kytherian Association of Australia, Angelo Notaras was presented with the Kytherian Medal of Honour.

Kytherian Medal of Honour, Reverse ...

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submitted by The Age, Melbourne on 09.12.2012

In the footsteps of our father

The Age, November 20, 2010

Mike Sweet

Photograph: "I wanted to ring that bell to let him know we're here." GLENDA HUMES, eldest living daughter of Reg Saunders.

Last month, the family of Australia's most celebrated Aboriginal soldier travelled to Greece to walk in his footsteps.

AS THE European winter stretches south, the winds across the Aegean pick up, and flights into Nikos Kazantzakis International Airport in Heraklion may be cancelled. ...

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submitted by Kytherian Religious Consciousness on 05.12.2012

Professor Minas Coroneo was awarded the Gold Cross of St Andrew

by Archbishop Stylianos on his name day, Monday November 26th, 2012. Very few of the St Andrews Crosses have ever been awarded. Only 4 of the Gold St Andrew Cross have been awarded.

The Cross is presented for valuable services to the Church and the community. The Cross was presented along with a certificate, signed by His Eminence, with the wording “Honorary Award / The Gold Cross of St Andrew is hereby presented to Minas ...

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submitted by Neos Kosmos, Melbourne on 25.04.2013

Australia's new consulate general for Greece Haralabmos Darafanos, meets with Quentin Bryce at Government House in Canberra.

L-R: Mrs Darafanos; Quentin Bryce; with Haralambos Darafanos.

Warm welcome for Darafanos

Neos Kosmos, 3 Dec 2012


Australia's new Ambassador for Greece Haralabmos Darafanos, met with Quentin Bryce at Government House in Canberra.

Mr Darafanos' wife also attended the event, as did the Counsellors of the Embassy Loukas Tsokos, Evi Siaplaoura and Constantine Koutsopoulos.

After the presentation of credentials, the new Ambassador ...

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submitted by The Japan Times on 21.11.2012

A Journey inside the mind of Lafcadio Hearn

The Japan Times

Friday, Nov. 5, 2010

By LISA GAY and FINTAN MONAGHAN

Special to The Japan Times


Photograph: "Relief Portrait of Koizumi Yakumo" by Minoru Kurasawa.

One hundred and twenty years ago, Greek-Irish writer Lafcadio Hearn first arrived in Japan; in Matsue, a provincial backwater in Shimane Prefecture, he became Koizumi Yakumo — his adopted Japanese name. Enamored with the city's ancient and enduring culture, ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 21.11.2012

Katerina Thomas & Shuji Kawakawa

Viewing exhibits in the LLafcadio Hearn Collection, the American College, in Athens, Greece.

http://www.acg.edu

6 Gravias Street GR-153 42 Aghia Paraskevi Athens, Greece

Phone: +30 210 600 9800

Center of Post-Lyceum Education

The American College of Greece-Deree College, a non-profit Center of Post Lyceum Education, admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin and does not discriminate in its programs.

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 21.11.2012

Katerina Thomas & Shuji Kawakawa

At the American College, in Athens, Greece.

http://www.acg.edu

6 Gravias Street GR-153 42 Aghia Paraskevi Athens, Greece

Phone: +30 210 600 9800

Center of Post-Lyceum Education

The American College of Greece-Deree College, a non-profit Center of Post Lyceum Education, admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin and does not discriminate in its programs.

Katerina Thomas is Academic ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 10.11.2012

Masaaki Noda with prime minister Yoshihiko Noda.

In the Economic Report Magazine, Japan.

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submitted by Kytherian Adventures on 08.11.2012

Crossing the Ice wins 3 awards at the Banff Mountain Film Festival 2012

Photograph: Greg Quail of Quail Television (producer) and Jonesy (producer/director). Image courtesy of The Banff Centre.

We are absolutely stoked (and humbled) to announce that our documentary Crossing the Ice has won 3 awards at the Banff Mountain Film Festival 2012; the Adventure & Exploration category, the People’s Choice and the GRAND PRIZE!!

The Banff Mountain Film Festival is the most prestigious global outdoor film festival in the world. We have grown up being ...

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submitted by Kytherian Social News on 05.11.2012

Nicholas Peter Careedy (Karydis)

In Loving memory of Nicholas Peter Careedy (Karydis)

1-3-1912 to 14-10-2012

Nicholas Peter Careedy, the fourth child and only son of Peter and Marietta Careedy, was born in Mylopotams, Kythera on the 1st of March 1912. After completing high school in Kythera he remained in his village until he left for military service. He spent the first six months of service in the recruiting office of the 31st regiment in Athens and then in the office of the Military Academy. ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 05.11.2012

Mitsumasa Anno's portrait of Rosa Cassimati drawn from reminiscences and 'enhanced' by Maxwell Stillwell

In the letter written by Maxwell Stillwell to Takis Efstathiou below - the sentence - "the portrait of Rosa Cassimati was always a missing piece to the visual of Lafcadio's story, and now it feels more complete" - was bound to pique the interest of every Hearn aficionado.

A photograph or portrait of Rosa Cassimati is the holy grail of Hearn studies.

In this case, the portrait referred to was drawn by Mr. Mitsumasa Anno [安野 光雅 ], and is based upon an oral description ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 05.11.2012

Mitsumasa Anno's portrait of Rosa Cassimati drawn from reminiscences

In the letter written by Maxwell Stillwell to Takis Efstathiou below - the sentence - "the portrait of Rosa Cassimati was always a missing piece to the visual of Lafcadio's story, and now it feels more complete" - was bound to pique the interest of every Hearn aficionado.

A photograph or portrait of Rosa Cassimati is the holy grail of Hearn studies.

In this case, the portrait referred to was drawn by Mr. Mitsumasa Anno [安野 光雅 ], and is based upon an oral description ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 05.11.2012

Maxwell Stillwell, Bon Koizumi & Takis Efsathiou

Letter from Maxwell Stillwell to Takis Efstathiou

Date: October 25, 2012

Dear Mr. Efstathiou,

This is Maxwell whom you met recently in New Orleans. May I call you Takis?

It was truly a pleasure to meet someone so active in the realm of Hearniana as yourself. I traveled to New Orleans for the sole purpose of the Tulane exhibit. Please allow me to describe myself in a bit more detail than the cramped New Orleanian bus allowed us opportunity ...

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submitted by Sunday Telegraph on 02.11.2012

My mystery rash was a cancer

Baulkham Hills' Patricia Samios can still hug Deanna because she insisted she be checked for breast cancer.

Sunday Telegraph 28th October, 2012

Page 26

ROSIE SQUIRES


Breast cancer sufferer Patricia Samios is lucky to be alive after her GP and oncologist missed numerous chances to diagnose the deadly disease.

After noticing a rash on her left breast in January the 46-year-old visited her doctor a week later when ...