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submitted by George Poulos on 07.06.2004

Emanuel Kepreotes, Gunnedah as a young man

Emanuel Kepreotes, Gunnedah as a young man
Copyright (2004) Namoi Valley Independent

Emanuel Kepreotes bought the Acropolis Cafe, Gunnedah, from the Melitas Brothers in partnership with Peter Veneris in 1923.

Emanuel died on 24/1/1973, aged 73, and is buried in the (Old) Cemetery, Hunter Street, Gunnedah, plot, MC15.

[Note the "zorni and rundes" (belt and braces) and the "high-riding pants" - a style much favoured by pre-1980's Kytherians, including - [much to my embarrassment when I was growing up - my father - Con George Poulos, Gilgandra, NSW.]


Namoi Valley Independent.
Gunnedah Publishing Company Pty Ltd
287 Connadilly St.,
Gunnedah. 2380.
NSW. Australia.

02 6742 0455

As with many other photographs of Kytherians and Greeks in Gunnedah, the original photograph is held in repository at the:

Water Tower Museum,
Anzac Park

PO Box 244
NSW 2380

02 67402230
02 6742 1184
02 6742 3764
02 6742 1519

The Historical Societies of local town's, particularly well organised ones, like this one at Gunnedah, often hold very valuable Kytherian and Greek-Australian, source material.

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