Greek-American Historical Museum of Washington State

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THE FLYING EDUCATOR Nick Cosmakos’ aviation career really began at 16 years of age when his parents gave him a $200 gift certificate to …

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200% GREEK FROM SPOKANE Stan Kanellos was exceptionally well prepared with photographs, memorabilia and Seven-Star METAXA brandy to tell his story. He and his …

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SPOKANE’S THRIFTY CHARACTER Argyer “Archie” or “Arch” Cosmos Laloudakis was known not just for his tightfisted ways, but also for the devilish humor he …

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IF THIS BAOULO COULD TALK This item was donated to the Greek American Historical Museum of Washington State by Joanne Meras & Harieklia Meras …

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EVEN HIS PARROT SPEAKS GREEK Heracles Panagiotides is a scholar, a researcher and a philosopher. Almost everything about him reflects his Greek heritage and …

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‘HER FATHER CALLED HER DASCALA From the time she was a young child, Andrea Topetzes Mann loved to “play school.” The benefit of education …

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THE BOSSY LADY FROM BIRCH BAY Harieklia Nina Meras-Bryant is a self-proclaimed “bossy lady,” a characteristic that has contributed to her success and her …

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GREEK IMMIGRANT MEETS SOUTHERN BELLE George and Diane Pirotis’ son, Stavros, has enjoyed a mix of cultures and accents, from his father, a Greek …

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THE GENTLEMAN FROM BELLINGHAM John J. Franks was born in Bellingham, Washington, on July 24, 1929, where he attended both high school and college. …

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BUILDING A GREEK HOUSE Philip and Seane Feredinos tell their children that they love them from here to God and back again. They have …