Greek-American Historical Museum of Washington State

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Demetrios “Dimitri” Spyridakis has never said “no” in public or to his students. He credits his success as an environmental engineering professor to the positive support he gave to them and their work.

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As his Greek dance students were poised to go on stage, John Tziotis called out “showtime” to raise their spirits for the performance. He has been affectionately known by that nickname since that time.

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Despite their father’s admonitions, Basil and Jim Anton have spent over 40 years together in the restaurant and catering business.

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A PLACE AT THE TABLE, an exhibit by GREEKS IN WASHINGTON is presented in partnership with Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI).  The …

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Hariklia “Holly” Poulias shares a unique Greek and Japanese heritage. She and her husband Nick share their stories of international travel and their lives in Seattle, Washington.

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Ask Petro Farmasonis where the best Greek food can be found in Seattle, Washington, and he will point to his own kitchen. From 1966 to 1979 Petro and Colleen Farmasonis operated Seattle’s successful Greek-themed restaurant, the Eleniko Horio, Greek Village.