submitted by Tasso Conomos on 23.04.2011
submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 22.01.2010
submitted by Mick Georgas on 27.08.2014
Owners, with wife Loula, of the Busy Bee Cafe, Gunnedah. 1954.
submitted by George Poulos on 19.10.2007
Loula ends 50-year link with the Busy Bee Cafe.
It was the end of an era in Gunnedah at the weekend when Loula Zantiotis, the last of the old-style Greek cafe owners, called it a day at the Busy Bee Cafe.
At 12.06 pm on Sunday, 30th September, surrounded by her family, Loula Zantiotis slipped a new padlock on the door saying “yassou - and thanks for the memories.”
Loula has been part and parcel of the Busy Bee since her marriage to ...
submitted by George Poulos on 27.09.2007
Holding a copy of the very superior book Austin Lunch, chronicling life in a Chicago restaurant, during and after the Depression years.
Bessie lives in Claremont, California, USA.
Bessie's Zantiotis heritage derives from The Vouno. "To" Vouno is a very small hamlet (of about 5-6 homes) which lies just out of Karavas on the Ayia Pelagia road.
She is not aware ...
submitted by Tasso John Conomos on 22.10.2006
daughter of John A. and Penelope (Venardou) Conomos, from Hayward, CA USA
John A. and Penelope (Venardou) Conomos, Chrys and Anne (Condas), from Hayward, CA, in 1937
The Conomos family from Hayward, CA USA
daughters of John A. and Penelope (Venardou) Conomos from Hayward, California USA
submitted by George Poulos on 21.12.2007
Peter Venardos - parachoukli - Yaloupos aged 82, in his lounge room, Gunnedah, NSW, Australia, April, 2004.
Peter Venardos, was born in Ayia Anastasia, Kythera.
He left as a 12 year old, migrating to Australia.
Like so many other boy immigrants to Australia, he never saw his mother again after his departure. His mother died during WWII. Peter blames the the German occupying forces for her death. He claims that at a time when she was very ...
submitted by George Poulos on 09.05.2004
Frank Zantiotis, Brisbane, Australia
This photographic portrait is held at the National Library of Australia, along with an ORAL HISTORY interview.
There are numerous Kytherian photographs/oral histories of this type held in repository at the the National Library of Australia.
It would be extremely valuable if all such photographs and oral histories could be replicated at kythera-island.net.
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