submitted by Hugh Gilchrist on 27.05.2006
Left to right:
1. Lambrinos Notaras (1860-1932), father of Jack and Anthony;
2. unknown(??) [Identified as Sarantos Zantiotis by Mary Conomos]
3. Jack Notaras (1892-1962);
4. Unknown(??) (although wrongly designated in the book as James Zantiotis)
5. James Zantiotis (youngest lad)
6. Anthony Notaras (1895-1992), father of Angelo, Mitchell, John, Irene, and Betty Notaras.
From page 208, Australians and Greeks. Volume 1. The Early Years.
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