submitted by Australian Hellenic Historical Society on 17.04.2012
It would be great to identify all those present in the photographs.
Many Kytherians would have been on the Committee, as Kytherians were instrumental in the establishment of the Church of Ayia Triatha.
Two of the Founding Fathers of the Kytherian Association of Australia are present in this photograph. The gentleman seated on the far right, is first President Cosmas J Cassimamatis, and the gentleman standing behind the priest on the right, holding his hat, is Bretos Margetis.
Can you help identify others in the group?
The AHHS would like to thank Jack Kepreotis of Maroubra, who donated the original photo.
The photo is now housed in the archive of the Kytherian Association of Australia, Library, Level 1, 28 King Street, Rockdale.
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