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2522:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 13.11.2009

I Zoi En Afstralia - Life in Australia - panel at exhibition

I Zoi En Afstralia - Life in Australia - panel at exhibition

Outlining the story behind this marvellous book, published in 1916; chronicling the lives of many of the Greek-Australiam cafe and shop-owners in Australia at the time.

Museums and Galleries Foundation of NSW staged the Milkshakes, Sundaes and Cafe Culture exhibition in various venues around New South Wales, Australia, in 2003-2004.

The travelling exhibition enhanced Australian ...

2513:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Peter Makarthis on 05.05.2007

Australia Cafe - Inverell NSW Australia

A paper bag for sweets/chocolates etc from the Australia Cafe Otho Street Inverell NSW
c1936.
Sid & Harry Zantis(Zantiotis - Potamos)

2493:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 27.05.2004

Leonard Janiszewski & Effy Alexakis on ABC Radio - Greek-Australian Cafe culture

Radio National Program, *ABC Radio, Australia.

*ABC stands for Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and is the Public (Government, non-commercial) broadcaster in Australia.

From,

http://www.abc.net.au/rn/talks/perspective/stories/s944776.htm

presented by Sandy McCutcheon
on Monday 15/09/2003

Leonard Janiszewski (written with Effy Alexakis)

Summary:
California Dreaming: 'The Greek cafe' and ...

2492:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 07.12.2004

Capitol Cafe East Row, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 1937

Capitol Cafe
East Row, Canberra, ACT, 1937

The Capitol, perhaps the most renowned of the Australian capital's early Greek cafes, opened its doors on Thursday morning, 27 October, 1927. It continued to serve the needs of Canberra's growing population for the next thirty years.

Back Row, from left: Spero Cassidy, Jack Cassidy, Theo Notaras, Manuel Calligeris and Peter Cassidy.
Front Row: Agapy Cassidy, Katina Notaris and Hariklia Cassidy (nee Mihalakaki)

2455:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 09.12.2004

Sytematic Research - Greek-Australian Cafe culture

Effy Alexakis & Leonard Janiszewski, based at Macquarie University, have been undertaking systematic research into the Greek-Australian Cafe phenomenon for decades.

Please contact them if you have any information about your parents, grandparents, uncles, cousins etc - cafe.

From,

http://www.austhistmuseum.mq.edu.au/greek/new.htm

THE GREEK CAFÉ

We are currently doing research on the Greek café, initially focusing on New ...

2433:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 08.05.2004

Gunnedah - Loula Zantiotis - The Busy Bee Cafe - Newcastle Herald article

"Loula" Zantiotis and the Busy Bee Cafe

Mrs Theodora Zantiotis
242 Conadilly St
GUNNEDAH
NSW 2380

On Saturday, August 16th, 2003, page 29, the Newcastle Herald,

http://www.theherald.com.au/

published the following article about Loula Zantiotis and the Busy Bee Cafe.

Light grows dim from beacons of hospitality.

By, Philippa Murray.

Stopping at the Greek cafe on the way ...

2380:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 03.05.2004

Cremorne Tea Gardens set up by Theodore Politis in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda in 1916.

The Cremorne Tea Gardens set up by Theodore Politis in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda in 1916.

Politis came from the island of Leukas to Australia in 1901.

I include this photograph here because another Politis, George Politis, an emigrant - initially TO Karavas, Kythera - would later, emigrate to Brisbane, Australia, and establish a shop there.

His son, Nick Politis, would later achieve both fame and fortune in Sydney, NSW.


To ...

2379:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 03.05.2004

Woodburn, NSW - Kytherian store owner near the front counter of his store, circa 1922/23.

Kytherian store owner near the front counter of his store at Woodburn, NSW, circa 1922/23.

The cafe owner has not been identified.

Can anyone help to identify him?



To view a larger collection of photo's, including many Kytherian-Australian photo's go to

http://www.cybernaut.com.au/greeksinoz/photographs/photos.htm


Thanks to Maria Hill, for allowing us to reproduce Kytherian photographs at kythera-island...... ...

2378:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 03.05.2004

Woodburn, NSW - Kytherian store owner at counter of his store, circa 1922/23.

Kytherian store owner at counter of his store at Woodburn, NSW, circa 1922/23.

The cafe owner has not been identified.

Can anyone help to identify him?



To view a larger collection of photo's, including many Kytherian-Australian photo's go to

http://www.cybernaut.com.au/greeksinoz/photographs/photos.htm


Thanks to Maria Hill, for allowing us to reproduce Kytherian photographs at kythera-island......

2377:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 03.05.2004

Woodburn, NSW - Kytherian store owner in his store, circa 1922/23.

Kytherian store owner in his store at Woodburn, NSW, circa 1922/23.

The cafe owner has not been identified.

Can anyone help to identify him?



To view a larger collection of photo's, including many Kytherian-Australian photo's go to

http://www.cybernaut.com.au/greeksinoz/photographs/photos.htm


Thanks to Maria Hill, for allowing us to reproduce Kytherian photographs at kythera-island......

2376:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 03.05.2004

American Bar - George Sklavos - Brisbane, circa 1916.

From, Denis A. Conomos, The Greeks in Queensland. A History from 1859-1945. 2002.
p. 119.

"In about 1912, the Kytherian, George Sklavos, opened the American Milk Bar at 276-278 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, having apparently spent some time in America and observed the latest milk bar developments there.

His shop was one of the most modern of its type at the time, and it became a model which many of its owner's compatriots were to copy. A modern version of ...

2367:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 02.05.2004

Bega - 1950's - Greek cafe owner preparing wood for use in the kitchen.

Greek cafe owner preparing wood for use in the kitchen.

Photograph taken in Bega, NSW, circa 1950s.

The cafe owner has not been identified.

Can anyone help to identify him?


To view a larger collection of photo's, including many Kytherian-Australian photo's go to

http://www.cybernaut.com.au/greeksinoz/photographs/photos.htm


Thanks to Maria Hill, for allowing us to reproduce Kytherian photographs ...

2365:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 02.05.2004

Dorrigo Hotel - 1924 - Kytherian owned

The Kytherian owned Dorrigo Hotel, 1924.

The individuals have not been identified.

Can anyone help fill in the history of these Kytherians?

The history of Kytherian ownership of the Dorrigo Hotel has not been recounted to date.

Can anyone inform us of this history?


To view a larger collection of photo's, including many Kytherian-Australian photo's go to

http://www.cybernaut.com.au/greeksinoz/photographs/photos.htm

2230:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 02.05.2004

Helen Calligeros (nee, Coroneos) - Dubbo, NSW - Karavas - Kythera

The following article appeared in the Dubbo Liberal Newspaper in October, 2003.

[Dubbo is situated in the geographic centre of the state of New South Wales.

Dubbo ia one of the fastest growing inland cities in Australia.

The increasing importance of Dubbo is reflected in its population growth over the past 30 years from 12,000 in 1954 to its current estimate of 38,000. The City has a strong reputation for its successful and innovative approach to the ...

2211:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 29.04.2004

Tenterfield, NSW, Australia - 1922 - Backyard of a Kytherian shop

Backyard of a Kytherian shop in Tenterfield in 1922.

The individuals have not been identified.

Can anyone help fill in the history of these Kytherians?



To view a larger collection of photo's, including many Kytherian-Australian photo's go to

http://www.cybernaut.com.au/greeksinoz/photographs/photos.htm


Thanks to Maria Hill, for allowing us to reproduce Kytherian photographs at kythera-island....

2206:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 29.04.2004

Gilgandra NSW - A Kytherian town - c. WWII-1975 - the Monterey Cafe

I was born in Gilgandra, in 1952, and left after completing my schooling in 1969.

From about the end of WWII, until mid-1975 - Gilgandra, population, 2,900 - was a very Kytherian town.

5 families - the Pentes, Sklavos, Kelly (Koumokellie), Psaltis (Protopsaltis), and Poulos (Tzortzopoulos) - lived in close proximity to each other - culturally, residentially, and commercially.

In the main, Kytherians embraced Kytherians - Gilgandra embraced Kytherians ...

2205:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 29.04.2004

Tenterfield, NSW - 1922 - Kytherian Cafe owner with his staff

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2204:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 29.04.2004

Tenterfield NSW - Kytherian owned Cafe - circa 1937/38.

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2203:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 29.04.2004

Nicholas Aroney, Shop - Sydney 1916.

Nicholas Aroney came to Australia from Kytheria in 1902.

He was well known for his hospitality to new Kytherian arrivals.

Photograph cira Sydney 1916.

No history of this Shop has been provided.

Can anyone help fill in the history of this Shop?



To view a larger collection of photo's, including many Kytherian-Australian photo's go to

http://www.cybernaut.com.au/greeksinoz/photographs/photos.htm

2197:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 30.04.2004

The Museums and Galleries Foundation of NSW (MGF) -

The Museums and Galleries Foundation of NSW (MGF) staged the -"Milkshakes, Sundaes and Cafe Culture" exhibition in various venues around New South Wales, Australia, in 2003-2004.

The photo above was taken at the Inverell Motor Museum exhibition, Inverell, NSW, in April 2004.

The woman standing in front of the display is Angelique(nee, Mitchell/Michaletos) Papadopoulos. She now lives in Wollongong, NSW.

Angelique was bought up in Inverell. Her father Steve ...