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[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Koniah (Konya), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the provi...

(1): Bourgeois of Koniah (Konya); (2): Greek woman of Bourdour (Burdur); and (3): Muslim woman of Bourdour (Burdur). Title devised by Library staff. French caption from book: Koniah: Figure 1: Bourgeois de Koni... More

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Adrianople (Edirne), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the provi...

(1) Bulgarian woman of Ahi Tchèlèbi; (2) Greek woman of Hasskeuı̈ (Khaskovo); and (3) peasant woman of Baı̈djas. Ahi Tchèlèbi and Khaskovo are outside of Plodiv, Bulgaria. Title devised by Library staff. French... More

[Studio portrait of models wearing clothing from İstanbul, Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing clothing from İstanbul, Ottoman Emp...

(1) Armenian bride; (2) Jewish woman of Constantinople; and (3) young Greek girl.

Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Andrinople (Edirne), Ottoman Empire

Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the provin...

(1) Greek peasant of Manastir; (2) Greek peasant woman of Manastir; and (3) Bulgarian woman of Scutari. Title devised by Library staff. Manastir and Scutari were located near Edirne. French caption: Andrinople:... More

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Koniah (Konya), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the provi...

(1): Armenian priest of Koniah (Konya); (2): Mullah of Koniah (Konya); and (3): Greek priest of Koniah (Konya). Title devised by Library staff. French caption from book: Koniah: Figure 1: Prêtre Arménien de Kon... More

A Greek in an outhouse

A Greek in an outhouse

(DLC/PP-1933:0054). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "Squirrel Inn" by Frank R. Stockton, Century magazine, 42:35 (May 1891).

Hadji Abeet. (Greek brigand.) / Franklin Co. Eng., Chi.

Hadji Abeet. (Greek brigand.) / Franklin Co. Eng., Chi.

Hadji Abeet, full-length portrait, facing left, in traditional Greek costume. Copyright 1893 by Place & Coover. Illus. in: Oriental portrait types of the midway plaisance. St. Louis, Mo. : Published by N.D. Tho... More

Friendship, charity, benevolence

Friendship, charity, benevolence

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

Friendship, charity, benevolence
Sulking in their tents -- Mr. Gorman is not going to Chicago -- Mr. Brice is not going to Chicago ...
Sulking in their tents -- Mr. Gorman is not going to Chicago -- Mr. Brice is not going to Chicago ..

Sulking in their tents -- Mr. Gorman is not going to Chicago -- Mr. Br...

No accession number. Published in: Washington post. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

Greeks Were Home Lovers; Professor J. H. McDaniels speaks at Geneva Political Equality Club
A "meat shop on horse-back," by an old Roman archway, Salonica, Turkey

A "meat shop on horse-back," by an old Roman archway, Salonica, Turkey

Photograph shows children and men standing with horse carrying meat in Thessalonikē, Turkey, now in Greece. H31095 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. No. (99). Printed on recto: "Copyright 1903 by Underwoo... More

Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechanki. [Chakva]
Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. [Chakva]
Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechanki. [Chakva]
N.Y. Greeks going home

N.Y. Greeks going home

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

Greeks boarding MADONNA

Greeks boarding MADONNA

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

N.Y. Greeks going home

N.Y. Greeks going home

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

N.Y. Greeks going home

N.Y. Greeks going home

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

Greeks departing on MADONNA

Greeks departing on MADONNA

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

Greeks boarding MADONNA

Greeks boarding MADONNA

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

Greeks returning for war
Greeks, N.Y. - going back to fight

Greeks, N.Y. - going back to fight

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

Greeks boarding MADONNA, Oct. 1912

Greeks boarding MADONNA, Oct. 1912

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

Greeks departing on MADONNA

Greeks departing on MADONNA

Photo taken when Greek immigrants left New York City to return to their country and fight in the first Balkan War, which began in October 1912. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2008)

German air-plane displayed to the crowd at Salonika

German air-plane displayed to the crowd at Salonika

Filed in: Greece General. Title from item. No. 3824. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Making friends with the sea--These orphan children at Marathon, Greece, were brought from the interior of Asia Minor by the Near East Relief and never saw the sea before

Making friends with the sea--These orphan children at Marathon, Greece...

Armenian and Greek orphans standing in sea,Marathon, Greece. Photograph by Near East Relief. Bain News Service photograph. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). No. 7034.

At historic Marathon--A group of orphans in care of Near East Relief brought out of Asia Minor to safety in Greece

At historic Marathon--A group of orphans in care of Near East Relief b...

Armenian and Greek orphans on steps of building, Marathon, Greece. Photograph by Near East Relief. Bain News Service photograph. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). No. 7009.

Athens - Greek chapel

Athens - Greek chapel

Photograph shows women and children with a horse-drawn cart in front of a chapel. Filed in: Greece Buildings, monuments and scenic views. Title from item. No. 169. Forms part of: American National Red Cross pho... More

Greek soldiers escorting Bulgarian prisoners

Greek soldiers escorting Bulgarian prisoners

Filed in: Greece Prisoners. Title from item. No. 0580. On mount: Soldiers, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

The square of Kavalla holds a mixed crowd of humanity - Greeks, Turks, Vlacks and Jews In Kavalla there were formerly nearly 16,000 workmen but when the Bulgarians took the town they treated the Greeks with such cruelty - stripping the town and giving flour only to the Turks - that when the Greeks reoccupied the place there were only 1,000, the rest having died of starvation or being held in Bulgaria as hostages.

The square of Kavalla holds a mixed crowd of humanity - Greeks, Turks,...

Illus. in: "Snaps of Macedonia," Travel. New York : Robert McBride & Company, 1920, vol. 35, no. 1, p. 13. Title from item.

American aid for Greek children - one of the babies clinics established by the American Red Cross in Athens Greek mothers were quick to take advantage of the medical assistance offered by the Americans for their children. The mothers themselves were instructed in pediatrics and better hygiene.

American aid for Greek children - one of the babies clinics establishe...

Filed in: Greece Children Clinics. Title from item. No. 07956. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Salonica. Lemonade vendor

Salonica. Lemonade vendor

Filed in: Greece Industries & Occupations. Title from item. No. T-113. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

American work with the Bulgarians. One of the first things the American Red Cross workers in the Balkans did after conditions permitted, was to go into Southern Bulgaria and establish stations to provide food and medical relief to thousands of Greek prisoners. The photograph shows a typical depot on the Aegean Sea with a group of Greeks waiting for supplies

American work with the Bulgarians. One of the first things the America...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC. Balkan Comm. Group title: Greece (Supplies) Used in: Ex. August 27, 1919. Al... More

On the Golden Horn The Greek quarter of Constantinople.

On the Golden Horn The Greek quarter of Constantinople.

Filed in: Turkey General. Title from item. No. RC-3021. On mount: Turkey. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Salonika, where the Black Sea boats meet, is a great trading center for the Near East This forest of masts is located at the pier set aside for small fishing and trading craft that ply between Salonika and the Isles of Greece. Goods bartered are largely products of the region; rugs, sardines, fruit and olive oil. American stuffs transhipped at Salonika have been relief supplies of the American Red Cross and foodstuffs.

Salonika, where the Black Sea boats meet, is a great trading center fo...

Filed in: Greece Transportation. Title from item. No. RC-12507. On mount: Transportation, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Greeks Still Master Architects. This view from the gates of the modern Olympic stadium at Athens demonstrates that the Greeks still retain some of the genius that their buildings world famous centuries ago. The marble columns and roofs of this building are reflections of the structures on the Acropolis in the dim background where the Ancient Greeks constructed the "wonder city." After the armistice this stadium came under American control being used by the Red Cross as a station for distributing relief to the thousands of Greek refugees driven form their homes by the enemy

Greeks Still Master Architects. This view from the gates of the modern...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Paris Office. Group title: Gen. Greece. On caption card: (1/2065) Used in: T.... More

The only chiropedist in Salonica has his shop on the street corner He is a Greek but as will be noticed by the sign he understands a number of languages including Turkish and Yiddish.

The only chiropedist in Salonica has his shop on the street corner He ...

Filed in: Greece Industries & Occupations. Title from item. No. RC-4742. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Two Athenian boys (foreground) sit down to gaze at the ruins of the old Acropolis, which was the center of civilization many hundreds of years ago

Two Athenian boys (foreground) sit down to gaze at the ruins of the ol...

Filed in: Greece Buildings, monuments & scenic views. Title from item. No. 09465. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

The American sewing circle in Athens A group of Greek women who work in the sewing rooms established by the American Red Cross in the Greek capital.

The American sewing circle in Athens A group of Greek women who work i...

Photograph shows women and children holding garments made for refugees. Filed in: Greece Industries & Occupations. Title from item. No. 09544. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Six American sub-chasers in the Greek Islands were at the disposal of American Red Cross workers in Salonica This cooperation between the American Navy and Red Cross facilitated relief work among the destitute island folk. On the wharf, beside "sub-chaser 128" are some Greek boys and men who have been brought into Salonika [sic] to the Red Cross hospital. The British battleship can be seen in the back-ground.

Six American sub-chasers in the Greek Islands were at the disposal of ...

Filed in: Greece Children. Title from item. No. 09511. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

One of the Greek babies on the scale at the Athens infant welfare clinic operated by the [erased].  American nurses are helping to care for many of the Greek babies in the Hellenic capital where they have been suffering from lack of care and attention
An American nurse -  Miss Lillian Spelman of Boston who is in charge of the task of nursing the large number of children in the camp at Salonica for 20,000 Greeks who have been brought from the Caucasus for the purpose of colonizing Thrace They were halted at Salonica and left in great distress. The American Red Cross and American Relief Administration have stepped in.

An American nurse - Miss Lillian Spelman of Boston who is in charge o...

Filed in: Greece Nurses. Title from item. No. RC-8716. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Fresh clean clothing - is welcomed by this youngster jud[g]ing by his expression He is one of the young members of the camp of Greeks from the Caucasus brought back to colonize the rewon province of Thrace and temporarily stranded in Salinica [i.e. Salonica] where the American Red Cross is helping them.

Fresh clean clothing - is welcomed by this youngster jud[g]ing by his ...

Filed in: Greece Children General. Title from item. No. RC-8709. Album #55. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Orphans under care of American Near East Relief exercising at ruins of the Temple of Jupiter Athens In the background the Acropolis.

Orphans under care of American Near East Relief exercising at ruins of...

Filed in: Greece Children General (folder). Title from item. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Exchanging news - two of the smaller members of the Greek colony which has been set up for repatriates from the Caucasus outside Salonica The boy lost one of his arms and legs in a railway accident. He is a great favorite in the camp.
Dolls from Greece Many little girls in Greece have no flaxen-haired curly headed dolls to play with. Indeed they have none others than those they make themselves.

Dolls from Greece Many little girls in Greece have no flaxen-haired cu...

Filed in: Greece General. Title from item. No. RC-6779. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

At the well A young ragged member of the colony of Greeks who have reached Salonica from the Caucasus for the purpose of settling again in their native land. The water supply at the camp was installed by the British army during the war.

At the well A young ragged member of the colony of Greeks who have rea...

Photograph shows a child filling a jug with water. Filed in: Greece Children General. Title from item. No. RC-8720. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

A study in rags - snapped in one of the streets of the camp at Salonica for Greeks who have been brought back from the Caucasus by their government for the purpose of colonizing Thrace Delayed in Salonica where they disembarked they have been left without food and clothing and thousands were dying when the American Red Cross began relief work there.

A study in rags - snapped in one of the streets of the camp at Salonic...

Photograph shows a smiling boy leaning on a cane. Filed in: Greece Children General. Title from item. No. RC-8688. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

The bread boy - at the camp at Salonica for Greeks who have been brought back from the Caucasus for the purpose of colonizing their country's rewon province of Thrace They have been delayed at Salonica where they landed and their plight has become so bad that the American Red Cross and other relief agencies have stepped in to stem the misery and death.

The bread boy - at the camp at Salonica for Greeks who have been broug...

Filed in: Greece Children General. Title from item. No. RC-8724. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

A class in sewing - is a feature of the child welfare work in the old city of Salonica which the Greek authorities are conducting in cooperation with the American Red Cross The Americans are carrying out an active child welfare campaign in Europe.

A class in sewing - is a feature of the child welfare work in the old ...

Filed in: Greece Children General. Title from item. No. RC-8662. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

[Group portrait of orphans from orphanages at the Old Palace and Zappeion, Athens, Greece, and their directors]

[Group portrait of orphans from orphanages at the Old Palace and Zappe...

Filed in: Greece Children General (folder). Title devised by Library staff. On verso: Mrs. Harris, Director, Old Palace (Girls). Mrs. Bassett, Director, Zappion (Boys). C.M.N., Director of Nursing. 1500 New Yea... More

Samples of their footwear - showing the need for American shoes in the Greek camp at Salonica established for Greeks brought from the Caucasus for the purpose of colonizing their rewon province of Thrace American relief agencies are doing their best to provide food, clothing and medical aid for the stricken voyagers.

Samples of their footwear - showing the need for American shoes in the...

Filed in: Greece Children. Title from item. No. RC-8719. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Barefoot and in rags This little Greek girl is typical of thousands at the camp for Greeks from the Caucasus established by the Greek government outside of Salonica. The Greeks were brought from south Russia for the purpose of colonizing Thrace, ceded to Greece by the peace conference.

Barefoot and in rags This little Greek girl is typical of thousands at...

Photograph shows a child looking into a bucket. Filed in: Greece Children General. Title from item. No. RC-8689. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Too crowded for comfort - no wonder baby is crying with pots and pan for company The American Red Cross photographer found this unusual combination in the camp for Greeks at Salonica which has been established as a temporary home for those brought from the Caucasus to colonize Thrace. They have been there so long that much sickness and death have visited them.

Too crowded for comfort - no wonder baby is crying with pots and pan f...

Filed in: Greece Children General. Title from item. No. RC-8693. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Entrance to Red Cross baby clinic, Athens

Entrance to Red Cross baby clinic, Athens

Filed in: Greece Children Clinics. Title from item. No. RC-10435. On mount: Dispensaries, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Steps of the palace Two of the refugee women tried to prevent their faces from showing in the picture.

Steps of the palace Two of the refugee women tried to prevent their fa...

Filed in: Greece Refugees. Title from item. No. RC-12507. On mount: Fires, Smyrna; Refugees, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Refugee child getting her hair washed at Camp Kalamaria, Salonica, where ARC feeds 11,000 After a public hair cutting, occasionally ordered by ARC nurse in the interests of cleanliness, everybody ostentatiously washes their hair to prevent similar treatment of them.

Refugee child getting her hair washed at Camp Kalamaria, Salonica, whe...

Filed in: Greece Refugees. Title from item. No. RC-33861. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Refugees, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Refugees in front of the ruins of the temple of Thesus [i.e. Theseus]
Refugees from Asia Minor

Refugees from Asia Minor

Filed in: Greece Refugees. Title from item. No. RC-33874. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Refugees, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

The ARC by dint of sheer persistence, succeeded in establishing feeding, medical and sanitary centers in the heart of the mountains, where many refugees had wondered [i.e. wandered] Even the Greek government itself had not reached these people for months after the R.C. had catalogued and was feeding them. The above picture shows the baby milk feeding station at the village of Thimiana, on the Isle of Chios, which is the center of that section of the island.

The ARC by dint of sheer persistence, succeeded in establishing feedin...

Filed in: Greece Refugees. Title from item. No. RC 33878. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Clinics, Chios. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

A section of "barber's row" Enterprising refugees among the hundreds of thousands of Greeks and Armenians who fled from Asia Minor to Greece have set up stools, boxes, chairs and everything that can be sat on in a long row on the quay in Piraeus, the seaport of Athens, and shave and cut the hair of customers.

A section of "barber's row" Enterprising refugees among the hundreds o...

Filed in: Greece Industries & Occupations. Title from item. No. RC-33863. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Refugees, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

The Jr. Red Cross worker calls on a mother of one of the babies who are brought to the clinic in Athens

The Jr. Red Cross worker calls on a mother of one of the babies who ar...

Filed in: Greece Children Clinics. Title from item. No. RC-10436. On mount: Dispensaries, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Five thousand refugees have received soup daily at Chios since January Besides the bread given these people, the soup constituted their only food. Thousands owe their lives to this distribution. The building employed is an old Turkish mosque. The two figures in the foreground are Circassions [i.e. Circassians].

Five thousand refugees have received soup daily at Chios since January...

Filed in: Greece Refugees. Title from item. No. RC 33887. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Refugees, Feeding, Chios. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

In the confusion that followed the debacle at Smyrna, many aged people were separated from their families Pathetic scenes were witnessed everywhere.... One of the first acts of the ARC was to gather these old people together and try to locate their relatives. Many were restored to their families. Some (whose families probably perished) still remain on hand, but now they are well cared for by local authorities under the patronage of the Red Cross.
Wash day scenes at Camp Lembert, Salonica

Wash day scenes at Camp Lembert, Salonica

Filed in: Greece Refugees. Title from item. No. RC-33858. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Refugees, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

In "barbers' row." There are forty of these crude, improvised barber's chairs in a row along the quay in the Piraeus, the sea port of Athens This victim is being shaved. Is [i.e. when] his hair were being cut the wind would blow his shorn locks down the quay.

In "barbers' row." There are forty of these crude, improvised barber's...

Filed in: Greece Industries & Occupations. Title from item. No. RC-8724. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Refugees, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

The milk stations were by far the most important work of the Red Cross, as they were entirely responsible for saving the lives of thousands of babies At one milk station alone on [sic] the dangerous spring months, the total fed on the whole island reached as high at times as 3000.
During the spring months, the ARC anticipating the danger of typhus and other contagious diseases, kept prepared several tents for the purpose of isolating any case that might be found This proved to be a wise precaution, and thanks to such effective means as this, all epidemics were successfully kept down on the Isle of Chios. The above picture shows an isolation ward maintained at Chios. The Red Cross had two such wards, supervised by the American Womens Hospitals.

During the spring months, the ARC anticipating the danger of typhus an...

Filed in: Greece Hospitals & dispensaries. Title from item. No. RC 33880. On mount: Fires, Smyrna, 1922; Hospitals, Chios, Greece. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

Greek and Armenian refugee children in barracks near Athens. Greece received 1,000,000 refugees or one to each family in the country A refugee city that was built by Greek Americans. A model of cleanliness and order.

Greek and Armenian refugee children in barracks near Athens. Greece re...

Photographs show Greek and Armenian children, probably from Anatolia, standing outside barracks and a view of the barracks along a street, near Athens, Greece. Title from item. Negative series code stamped on p... More

An Orthodox priest of Greece. This religion is worshiped  by all Greeks  and the priests have wide influence in the lives of people Orthodox priests must raise beards. They may be married before their ordination but once only in their lives.

An Orthodox priest of Greece. This religion is worshiped by all Greek...

Photographs show a three-quarters length portrait and a head-and-shoulders portrait of a Greek priest. Title from item. Negative series code stamped on page: LC-C26. On page: no. 1461 (top image), and no. 1462... More

Greek and Armenian refugee children in barracks near Athens--Greece received 1,000,000 refugees or one to each family of the country

Greek and Armenian refugee children in barracks near Athens--Greece re...

Greek and Armenian refugee children from Anatolia standing outside one-story building. Frank and Frances Carpenter Collection (Library of Congress). In album: European Pictures (1923 Trip), no. 1469. Copyright ... More

The old palace of Athens, now the headquarters of the Near East Relief Commission which here cares for [a] thousand orphans
[Greek and Armenian refugee children from Anatolia standing outside one-story building, near Athens, Greece]
A refugee city that was built by Greek Americans--A model of cleanliness and order

A refugee city that was built by Greek Americans--A model of cleanline...

Low, one-story building, housing for Greek and Armenian refugees from Anatolia, mountains in the background, near Athens, Greece.

In Thebes no automobiles disturb the peaceful strolls of the Greeks through the Main Street In Greek towns a municpal wash tub is provided where the "fair sex" meet on Monday mornings to discuss styles and scandel [i.e., scandal].

In Thebes no automobiles disturb the peaceful strolls of the Greeks th...

Photographs show a tree lined street in Thebes and women washing clothing at an outdoor communal wash area with spigots, possibly in Thebes.

A typical group of Greeks who have been to the United States. The clothes distinguish them as well as their use of American swear words which they delight in showing off to tourists Black eyed olive skinned Greek girls.

A typical group of Greeks who have been to the United States. The clot...

Photographs show a group of Greek men in the street, some dressed in suit jackets and boater hats and two Greek girls, Greece. Title from item. Negative series code stamped on page: LC-C26. On page: no. 1467 (... More

[The Parthenon with scaffolding] [Greek and Armenian refugee children from Anatolia standing outside one-story building, near Athens, Greece] ; [Frank Carpenter with arms around a column, Greece]

[The Parthenon with scaffolding] [Greek and Armenian refugee children ...

Title devised by Library staff. On page: no. 1600 (top image), no. 1601 (middle image) and no. 1602 (bottom image). In album: European pictures (1923 trip), p. [122]. Caption for image no. 1601 based on similar... More

The Argentines, the Portuguese, and the Greeks
Near Manteca, California. November 1938. Farm Security Administration (FSA) tenant purchase clients, Greeks, from Isle of Crete, formerly rehabilitation clients. Taken from ditch-bank. Had fifteen cows, now have fifty-five
[Man and woman in traditional Greek costumes pulling a burro with flower packs on its back into the Ritz Carlton Hotel, New York City, as part of a fund raising activity for the Greek Emergency Fund] / World Telegram & Sun photo by C. M. Stieglitz.

[Man and woman in traditional Greek costumes pulling a burro with flow...

NYWT&S staff photograph. Written in pencil on back: Miss Georgette Michel & Henry R. Richards pulling and Chas. J. Connor, doorman, pushing Flora who balks at going into the Ritz Carlton. Title devised by Libra... More

[Women and two boys dressed in traditional Greek costumes and  burros carrying baskets of flowers on their backs, posed on a New York City street  as part of a fund raising drive for the Greek Emergency Fund] / World Telegram & Sun photo by C. M. Stieglitz.

[Women and two boys dressed in traditional Greek costumes and burros ...

NYWT&S staff photograph. Written in pencil on back: Miss Esme Boisson, Madam Milto Messinesi, Miss Georgette Michel, Mrs. F. Langley Whitley, Miss Merope Albain, Miss Louise Berry, boy Stephen Basil and Costas ... More

Camp Carson, Colorado. Greeks of the 122 Infantry battalion vow to avenge the invasion of their native land
Cyprus. Famagusta. The old town showing, left: St. Peter & St. Paul, centre St. Nicholas, right St. George of the Greeks
Cyprus. Famagusta. St. George of the Greeks
Sepulchral vases of the ancient greeks, museum, Athens

Sepulchral vases of the ancient greeks, museum, Athens

65140 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Printed on recto: "Copyright 1897 by Underwood & Underwood."

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechanki. Chakva, color separation negative

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechan...

Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Corresponding photographic print is in album: Views in the Caucasus and Black Sea area, Russian Empire,... More

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. Chakva, color separation negative

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. Chakv...

Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Corresponding photographic print is in album: Views in the Caucasus and Black Sea area, Russian Empire,... More

In the evening the people of Athens gather in a great square and sip coffee to the strains of a military band. Politics is the main topic of conversation and discussion. It is said that once upon a time there were two Greeks who agreed on political matters but that is only a story A guard at the royal palace in Athens.

In the evening the people of Athens gather in a great square and sip c...

Photographs show people walking by chairs in a square in front of the "Hotel Grande Bretagne," and a guard at the Royal Palace wearing a fustanella, Athens, Greece. Title from item. Negative series code stamped... More

In the harbour of Pireaus Greek refugee children swept from their homes in Asia Minor by the Turks and now in refugee villages in Athens.

In the harbour of Pireaus Greek refugee children swept from their home...

Photographs show ships and boats at Pireaus and Greek refugee children from Anatolia in front of a building, Athens, Greece. Title from item. Negative series code stamped on page: LC-C26. On page: no. 1478x (t... More

The old palace of Athens, now the headquarters of the Near East Relief Commission which here cares for [space]  thousand orphans

The old palace of Athens, now the headquarters of the Near East Relief...

Photographs show the building which currently serves as the Parliament Building for the Hellenic Parliament, Syntagma Square, Athens. Title from item. Negative series code stamped on page: LC-C26. On page: no.... More

More refugee children in old American clothes In the small towns of Greece the cafes are open early in the morning and soon the air is buzzing with political discussion over morning coffee.

More refugee children in old American clothes In the small towns of Gr...

Photographs show Greek refugee children probably from Anatolia with men and men seated in an outdoor cafe, Greece. Title from item. Negative series code written on page: C262. On page: no. 1480 (top image), an... More

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechanki. Chakva, color separation negative

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechan...

Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Corresponding photographic print is in album: Views in the Caucasus and Black Sea area, Russian Empire,... More

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. Chakva, color separation negative

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. Chakv...

Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Corresponding photographic print is in album: Views in the Caucasus and Black Sea area, Russian Empire,... More

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechanki. Chakva, color separation negative

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechan...

Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Corresponding photographic print is in album: Views in the Caucasus and Black Sea area, Russian Empire,... More

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. Chakva, color separation negative

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. Chakv...

Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Corresponding photographic print is in album: Views in the Caucasus and Black Sea area, Russian Empire,... More

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. Chakva, color separation negative

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Sbor chai︠a︡. Gruppa grechanok. Kavkaz. Chakv...

Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Corresponding photographic print is in album: Views in the Caucasus and Black Sea area, Russian Empire,... More

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechanki. Chakva, color separation negative

Sergei Prokudin Gorskiy, Gruppa rabochikh na sbori︠e︡ chai︠a︡. Grechan...

Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Corresponding photographic print is in album: Views in the Caucasus and Black Sea area, Russian Empire,... More

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