Greek-American Historical Museum of Washington State

The Archive

The Museum has been fortunate to receive a number of items that serve to help share the story of the Greek experience in Washington State. Items donated or loaned to the Museum are presently housed in a dedicated space in central Seattle. Items are arranged by category. There are also special sections on AHEPA (American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association) and the Greek War Relief following World War II. Exhibits that have been created from archival items may be viewed by clicking on EXHIBITS. Materials in the archive are available by appointment for inspection or for educational and research purposes. E-mail at greeksinwa@gmail.com or call 206 325 8554.

A few of the over 350 items received through early 2014 are presented here.

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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 …

Washington’s First Greek
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NOTE: Greeks in Washington is dedicated to collecting, preserving and sharing the story of Greeks in Washington State. Of the many stories compiled and exhibited at www.greeksinwashington.org each has its own unique twist. This one, about the first Greek in Washington is truly unique.

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