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submitted by George Poulos on 12.07.2006

License to archive kythera-family.net, from The National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra, Australia.

From: Rohan Lilley

Electronic & Digital Archivist, Moving Image Section

Sent: Monday, June 05, 2006 2:06 PM

Subject: archiving of www.kythera-family.net/


Dear James, Angelo, & George,

Request for permission to archive

http://www.kythera-family.net/index.php

The National Film and Sound Archive, aims to build a comprehensive collection representing all aspects of ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 07.07.2006

Some more advanced Tips for submitting to kythera-family; from an experienced user.

Timing

Saving Data

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submitted by George Poulos on 07.07.2006

More advanced Tips for submitting to kythera-family; from an experienced user.

Formatting

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submitted by George Poulos on 01.02.2007

Advanced Tips for submitting to kythera-family; from an experienced user.

The Distinction between Photo entry pages, and Word pages on kythera-family.

There are two types of entry pages on the web-site:

1. Straight Photo pages eg Modern Portraits, and Cafes, Shops & Cinemas - which have a little box at the point of entry - and your photo "fits into the box". On Photo Pages you can only submit one photograph per entry.

2. Word Based pages - like General History, ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 02.12.2013

Tips for submitting to kythera-family; from an experienced user.

From,

/download/DiscoverYourRootsHandout.pdf

1. DO THE SIMPLE THINGS FIRST.

These include:

What is your parachoukli.. (Put a reference to it at Names - subsection - Nicknames.)

Photographs of your grandparents - with brief background

Photographs of your parents - with brief background

Photographs of you and your siblings.

Write brief Oral histories. For example - working ...

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 26.06.2006

Greek Nationality Law

Greek Nationality Law, January 2 (15), 1914
-
Law No. 120 concerning the Amendment of Article 23 of the Civil Code of
October 29 (November 10), 1856.

(Translation)
Sole Article. - Article 23 of Law 391 of the 29th October (10 November), 1856
is thus amended :-

“Greek nationality is lost –
“(a.) By naturalisation in a foreign country. For this there is required before-
hand Government permission accorded through ...

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 27.03.2007

Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church of Australia and Oceania arrives in Inverell

The Rt.Rev.Timotheos Evangelinidis, Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church of Australia and Oceania, arrived in Inverell by this afternoon's train. The Rev E.H.Stammer met the distinguished visitor and accompanied him to the residence of Mr and Mrs Theo Psaros , where he was entertained at luncheon. His Lordship departed for Glen Innes this afternoon, en route to Sydney.

from Inverell Times 25 September 1935

Arch Bishop Timotheos Evangelidis arrived in Sydney NSW Australia ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 01.06.2006

Research Library. The National Film and Sound Archive.

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The view from the Research Librarians desk.

Until recently, the Archive was known as ScreenSound Australia.

The Archive is part of the Australian Film Commission.

It is Australia's audiovisual archive, collecting, preserving and sharing the nations moving image and recorded sound heritage.

For the Kytherian community - which has always been very heavily involved in the Radio ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 30.05.2006

National Film and Sound Archive. Rear entrance.

[[picture:"Film and Sound Archive, rear.jpg" ID:10620]]

Until recently, the Archive was known as ScreenSound Australia.

The Archive is part of the Australian Film Commission.

It is Australia's audiovisual archive, collecting, preserving and sharing the nations moving image and recorded sound heritage.

For the Kytherian community - which has always been very heavily involved in the Radio & Cinema industry in Australia, at various ...

History > Archive/Research

submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 30.05.2006

National Film and Sound Archive.

[[picture:"Film and Sound Archive.jpg" ID:10617]]

Until recently, the Archive was known as ScreenSound Australia.

The Archive is part of the Australian Film Commission.

It is Australia's audiovisual archive, collecting, preserving and sharing the nations moving image and recorded sound heritage.

For the Kytherian community - which has always been very heavily involved in the Radio & Cinema industry in Australia, at various ...

History > Archive/Research

submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 30.05.2006

Banners outside the National Archives, Canberra.

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The saying printed on the banners Courage to Care is a particularly appropriate one - for an institution designed to preserve all aspects of the Australian heritage...

...including the Kytherian heritage.

The National Archives are an extraordinarily valuable resource, where many Kytherian-Australian documents and records are kept.

It would be interesting to undertake a systematic ...

History > Archive/Research

submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 30.05.2006

National Archives, Australia. ACT. Canberra.

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An extraordinarily valuable resource, where many Kytherian-Australian documents and records are kept.

It would be interesting to undertake a systematic project to uncover this plethora of Kytherian information.

http://www.naa.gov.au/default.html

"The National Archives promotes good government recordkeeping and encourages community awareness and use of valuable Commonwealth records in its care. ...

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submitted by Graham Brooks & Associates on 29.05.2006

Kings Theatre. Bibliography of the Heritage Impact Assessment, 2002.

Bibliography

1. Barry Sharp. Showcases of the Past, Volume 1, A Pictorial History of Sydney’s Suburban Cinemas, pp. 9f, Kings Theatre Circuit, cit. p. 9.

2. R. Thorne and K. Cork, For All The Kings Men, pp. 32-35, Rose Bay North Kings.

3. The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 June 1935, as quoted in Thorne and Cork, For All The Kings Men, p. 32.

4. Anonymous Author, Three New Suburban Theatres, in Building, 24 May 1938, pp. 29-39, 67

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submitted by Clarence River Historical Society on 27.05.2006

Schaeffer House, Grafton.

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The magnificent Schaeffer House, home of the Clarence River Historical Society.

190 Fitzroy St.
Grafton NSW 2460
Australia

PO Box 396
Grafton NSW 2460

Ph: (02) 6642 5212
Fax:(02) 6642 5212

Email, Clarence ...

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submitted by Graham Brooks & Associates on 30.05.2006

Former King’s Cinema, Rose Bay North. Heritage Impact Assessment.

January 2002
HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT
Gerard Thomas Associates


GRAHAM BROOKS AND ASSOCIATES PTY LTD
ARCHITECTS AND
HERITAGE CONSULTANTS


[Background:

Coles Myer Property Developments Ltd purchased and developed the site.

In 2003, Architects, Gerard Thomas and Associates, submitted a development application to Whoolhara Council.

Australia's second largest ...

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 20.05.2006

Lonely Graves

‘A LONELY GRAVE.’

“Australia’s wide places, where the white man’s footfall was once heard less frequently than that of the native of the soil, has many a mound that marks the last resting place of some venturesome spirit who had invaded what is still the waterless west. Most of them have nothing but the heaped- up earth to indicate that one who blazed the track made his final stay there. But out on the Barcoo, six hundred miles from Brisbane, where the poet ‘Banjo’

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submitted by Vema Newspaper on 12.05.2006

The First Kytherian Immigrant to Australia.

The ‘First Kytherian’ Question

First Published in The Greek Australian Vema, April 2006. pages 10/28 and 11/29.

Original Pdf format:


Page 11/28.
28 - APR 06 P.10-28.pdf

Page 11/29.
29 - APR 06 P. 11-29.pdf

By, Peter Vanges.

Peter Vanges ...

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submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 10.05.2006

Karavas. History of the birth of the town.

[[picture:"Karavas History document.jpg" ID:10447]]

From the Kythiraika, Newspaper.

Editor: Manolis P Kalligeros

210 - 9827436

Fax: 210 - 9885982

Contact Kythiraika, Newspaper, Athens here

April, 1998 Edition. Page 8.

Language: Greek.

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submitted by Merle Cork on 03.05.2006

Kevin J Cork. Obituary notice. 13th March 1998.

[[picture:"Cork, Kevin, Obituary, Kino.jpg" ID:10291]]

Enclosed in Kino magazine, Autumn 1998, No. 63.

Kevin Cork, Philokytherian, Biography


Conserver of the Hellenic and Kytherian Cinema Heritage in Australia.

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submitted by National Archives, Australia on 29.04.2006

Department of Immigration photograph of the 5 000th Greek migrant in 1955.

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National Archives, Australia, Canberra, A.C.T.

From,

Article on groundbreaking Greeks, NAA