History of the Greeks in the State of Washington.
All printed and bound materials belonging to the Museum.
Paper and print, loose records, books. Various dimensions.
Greek and English.
Historical records, letters, historical volumes, scrapbooks, newspaper articles.
Personal stories, print memorabilia, articles
The Washington Hellenic Review preceded the AHEPA MENTOR as the primary medium for news and communication in the Greek community in Seattle.
Scrapbook composed of newspaper and magazine clippings, with political war cartoons.
A Seattle Café menu,
A collection of mixed documents and letters, mainly related to the Mitchell and Sevasti Angel family.
Various documents related to the Lerian Reunion held at the Carrot Café in Seattle, Washington. Includes report, invitation, summary, list of attendees, correspondence and news article.
Two AHEPA Certificates of Initiation to the Juan de Fuca chapter of AHEPA for D.M. Nicon and Nick Nicon (father and son).
Two notebooks of documents. Mail #1 includes correspondence from listeners and supporters. Mail #2 includes documents tracking operations and program development.
Various items, including a translation of a report written by Captain Evangelos Niros of the M/V Khian Start, a preliminary report of the Human Resources of the Seattle Greek Community, and a translated book.
Various items, including budgets, activities, member lists, news and financial information.
Copies of original ship manifests spanning range of time, also computer printouts of same.