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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 05.05.2006

Chlentzos, Prineas, Christian Gathering

Back row: Mr. Prineas, Nick ?, Mr. Moulos, Chris Christian

Front Row: Tedde Chlentzos, Mrs. Prineas, Georgia Prineas, Jeanne Chlentzos, Koula Chlentzos Christian, Stamatoula Chlenztos.
1950's

From the archives of Stamatoula Mavromatis Chlentzos

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 02.05.2006

Kytherian Baptism

Giannoula Coulentianos Mavromati holding a baby on the right. Her husband, Antoni Mavromati to her left.
From the left, Giorgia Mavromatis, and her sister Lefkothea.

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 02.05.2006

Gathering near Christorforyianika

From the archives of Stamatoula Mavromati Chlentzos.

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submitted by Jim Tzannes on 02.05.2006

Jim and Con Comino. Maroochydore Drive-in Theatre.

Projection room of the Maroochydore Drive-in Theatre, Maud Street, Maroochydore, 1971.

Pictured include proprietors Jim and Con Comino. Jim had previously operated the STAR Picture Theatre in Beach Road, Maroochydore.

The theatre was built by the Comino family and officially opened in December 1971, by E.O. De Vere, then Chairman of the Maroochy Shire Council. The first drive-in theatre in the area, it operated six days a week and held three hundred and fifty cars.

In 1979 it was purchased by Birch, Carroll and Coyle Ltd.

Photo by: Robinson Studios.

http://www.maroochylibraries.qld.gov.au/

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submitted by ACT Heritage Library on 02.05.2006

Helen Poulos, dancing outside the Albert Hall, ACT, December, 1979.

Kirsten Davis, 10 of Kambah, in Russian costume, left, Helen Poulos, 10 of Queanbeyan, in Spanish costume, centre, and Anita Cakalic, 10 of Queanbeyan in Mexican costume, rehearse outside the Albert Hall for the 'Song and Dance Spectacular 79'.

Photographer: Jones

Date taken: 04/12/1979

Location: Albert Hall, Yarralumla, Canberra

Suburb: Yarralumla

State: ACT

Business Unit: ACT Heritage Library, ACT Library and Information Service

Comments: The 'Song and Dance Spectacular 79' was held at the Albert Hall. This photograph was published on p. 3 of the Canberra Times on 05/12/1979.

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submitted by National Archives, Australia on 02.05.2006

Andrew Coroneo as part of a delegation, Sydney University, 1959.

The Indonesian student delegation of five men and one woman which has just finished a tour of Australia appeared on television in Sydney and Melbourne. They were entertained by university and student organisations and visited all six States of Australia during their five weeks tour.

The architecture of the main buildings of the University of Sydney interested the delegation members during their inspection tour. Left to right, Andrew Coroneo, Amril Abbas, Venetia Nathan, Paimin Aroean, Susan Isaacas, Oetojo Mahdi, Martin Davey, Joan Skinner and Sue Robertson.

Photographer: J Tanner.

Image no. : A1501, A1842/4

http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/PhotoSearchSearch.asp

http://www.pictureaustralia.org/

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submitted by National Archives, Australia on 02.05.2006

Andrew Coroneo as part of a Sydney University delgation.

The Indonesian student delegation of five men and one woman which has just finished a tour of Australia appeared on television in Sydney and Melbourne. They were entertained by university and student organisations and visited all six States of Australia during their five weeks tour.

The architecture of the main buildings of the University of Sydney interested the delegation members during their inspection tour. Left to right, Andrew Coroneo, Amril Abbas, Venetia Nathan, Paimin Aroean, Susan Isaacas, Oetojo Mahdi, Martin Davey, Joan Skinner and Sue Robertson.

Photographer: J Tanner.

Image Number: A1501:A1842/5

http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/PhotoSearchSearch.asp

http://www.pictureaustralia.org/

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 02.05.2006

Kytherian Baptism

Gianoula Coulentianos Mavromati baptizes a baby. The priest is her father Dionsios Coulentianos. To the left of Gianoula is her husband Antonis Mavromati. The first woman from the left side of the photo is Kirani Chlentzos Katsoules.

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submitted by National Archives, Australia on 29.04.2006

Dance performance by Castellorizian Greek Social Club in 1972.

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

From,

Article on groundbreaking Greeks, NAA

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submitted by National Archives, Australia on 29.04.2006

Greek-Australians model their national dress on the banks of the Yarra River, Melbourne, 1981.

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

From,

Article on groundbreaking Greeks, NAA

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 23.04.2006

Red eggs for Easter 2006

Rex Sneyd of Inverell with Lilian Azara and Mattea Azara ready to crack their Easter red eggs

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 23.04.2006

Red eggs for Easter 2006

Fabia Azara with her yaya Sophia McCarthy and papou Peter McCarthy ready to crack red eggs for Greek Easter.
Inverell NSW 2006

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 23.04.2006

Roxy Girls

Aspasia Patty (Brisbane),Maria Poulos (Tamworth),Sophia McCarthy(Inverell) and Georgia Levounis (Brisbane) at the Roxy Theatre Bingara. A warm up routine for the book launch of 'Katsehamos'.
'Skoulandris'

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submitted by Irina Dunn on 21.04.2006

Peter Prineas dancing with sister Sophia Alexander

Peter Prineas dancing with sister Sophia Alexander at the Roxy Ball at Bingara on 1 Aperil 2006 after the launch of his book "Katsehamos and the Great Idea".

See also:

Speech introducing Bob Carr at the Sydney launch

Review(s) of the book

Professor Janis Wiltons' speech, Bingara book launch

Details of the Bingara book launch, photograph unveiling, and 70th Anniversary Ball

Founders photographs unveiled, Roxy, Bingara

Flyer_-_Roxy_70th_Anniversary.pdf

Kytherians flocked to Bingara from everywhere

Peter Feros's descendants

Descendants and freinds of Roxy Theatre founder, Peter Feros


Peter Prineas at the Sydney launch of his book Katsehamos and the Great Idea


Peter Prineas presents Bob Carr with a gift of his book Wild Places

The Honourable Bob Carr launching Peter Prineas' Katsehamos and the Great Idea

George Poulos, introducing the Honourable Bob Carr at the launch of Katsehamos and the Great Idea


The book Katsehamos and the Great Idea is available from the publisher,
Plateia Press,
32 Calder Road, Darlington, NSW,
or email here
phone (02) 9319 1513
and also from Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW, 2037 and selected bookshops.

Katsehamos and the Great Idea is also available in the New England and Northwest region of NSW, from the Roxy Theatre, Maitland Street, Bingara.
Phone: 02 67240003
or email here

For further information
Phone: Sydney, (02) 9319 1513
Mobile: 0429 322 857

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submitted by Irina Dunn on 16.04.2006

Peter Prineas with Bob Carr at the Sydney launch of "Katsehamos"

Former NSW Premier Bob Carr launched Peter Prineas' book Katsehamos and the Great Idea" at Alexander's on the Park on 12 April

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submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 16.04.2006

Peter Prineas. Author.

Peter Prineas, grandson of Peter
Feros of Peters & Co., the firm that built the Bingara Roxy, at the Book launch, founders photographic display unveiling, and Ball. Roxy Theatre, Bingara, 70th anniversary celebrations, Saturday April 1, 2006
.

More photographs, of the founders, their family and freinds, and the original Roxy, on pp.107-114, in Katsehamos and the Great Idea.

See also:

Review(s) of the book

Professor Janis Wiltons' speech, Bingara book launch

Details of the book launch, photograph unveiling, and 70th Anniversary Ball

Flyer_-_Roxy_70th_Anniversary.pdf

Peter Feros's descendants

Descendants and friends of Roxy Theatre founder, Peter Feros


Peter Prineas at the Sydney launch of his book Katsehamos and the Great Idea


Peter Prineas presents Bob Carr with a gift of his book Wild Places

The Honourable Bob Carr launching Peter Prineas' Katsehamos and the Great Idea

George Poulos, introducing the Honourable Bob Carr at the launch of Katsehamos and the Great Idea


The book is available from the publisher,
Plateia Press,
32 Calder Road, Darlington, NSW,
or email here
phone (02) 9319 1513
and also from Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW, 2037 and selected bookshops.

Katsehamos and the Great Idea is also available in the New England and Northwest region of NSW, from the Roxy Theatre, Maitland Street, Bingara.
Phone: 02 67240003
or email here

For further information
Phone: Sydney, (02) 9319 1513
Mobile: 0429 322 857

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submitted by Irina Dunn on 16.04.2006

Peter Prineas at the Sydney launch of his book Katsehamos and the Great Idea.

The launch occurred at 7.00 pm on Wednesday April 12, 2006, at 'Alexander's on the Park', ground floor American Express building, 175 Liverpool Street (opposite Hyde Park).

The venue was packed with 170 guests, with varying interests, including, cinema historians, those interested in Heritage issues, both for the natural and built environments, Councillors from Gwydir Shire Council, Arts NSW representatives, the former Minister for the Arts, and Premier of NSW, Bob Carr, and Greeks, Philhellenes, and of course, Kytherians.

Bob Carr was both Premier of the state of New South Wales, and Minister for the Arts, for 10 years and 2 months, from March 25, 1995, to August 3, 2005.

See also:

Speech introducing Bob Carr at the Sydney launch

Review(s) of the book

Professor Janis Wiltons' speech, Bingara book launch

Details of the Bingara book launch, photograph unveiling, and 70th Anniversary Ball

Founders photographs unveiled, Roxy, Bingara

Flyer_-_Roxy_70th_Anniversary.pdf

Kytherians flocked to Bingara from everywhere

Peter Feros's descendants

Descendants and freinds of Roxy Theatre founder, Peter Feros


Peter Prineas at the Sydney launch of his book Katsehamos and the Great Idea


Peter Prineas presents Bob Carr with a gift of his book Wild Places

The Honourable Bob Carr launching Peter Prineas' Katsehamos and the Great Idea

George Poulos, introducing the Honourable Bob Carr at the launch of Katsehamos and the Great Idea


The book Katsehamos and the Great Idea is available from the publisher,
Plateia Press,
32 Calder Road, Darlington, NSW,
or email here
phone (02) 9319 1513
and also from Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW, 2037 and selected bookshops.

Katsehamos and the Great Idea is also available in the New England and Northwest region of NSW, from the Roxy Theatre, Maitland Street, Bingara.
Phone: 02 67240003
or email here

For further information
Phone: Sydney, (02) 9319 1513
Mobile: 0429 322 857

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submitted by Irina Dunn on 15.04.2006

George Poulos, introducing the Honourable Bob Carr at the launch of Katsehamos and the Great Idea.

At the Sydney launch of Peter Prineas' book, Katsehamos and the Great Idea.

The launch occurred at 7.00 pm on Wednesday April 12, 2006, at 'Alexander's on the Park', ground floor American Express building, 175 Liverpool Street (opposite Hyde Park).

The venue was packed with 170 guests, with varying interests, including, cinema historians, those interested in Heritage issues, both for the natural and built environments, Councillors from Gwydir Shire Council, Arts NSW representatives, the former Minister for the Arts, and Premier of NSW, Bob Carr, and Greeks, Philhellenes, and of course, Kytherians.

Bob Carr was both Premier of the state of New South Wales, and Minister for the Arts, for 10 years and 2 months, from March 25, 1995, to August 3, 2005.

See also:

Speech introducing Bob Carr at the Sydney launch

Review(s) of the book

Professor Janis Wiltons' speech, Bingara book launch

Details of the Bingara book launch, photograph unveiling, and 70th Anniversary Ball

Founders photographs unveiled, Roxy, Bingara

Flyer_-_Roxy_70th_Anniversary.pdf

Kytherians flocked to Bingara from everywhere

Peter Feros's descendants

Descendants and freinds of Roxy Theatre founder, Peter Feros


The book Katsehamos and the Great Idea is available from the publisher,
Plateia Press,
32 Calder Road, Darlington, NSW,
or email here
phone (02) 9319 1513
and also from Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW, 2037 and selected bookshops.

Katsehamos and the Great Idea is also available in the New England and Northwest region of NSW, from the Roxy Theatre, Maitland Street, Bingara.
Phone: 02 67240003
or email here

For further information
Phone: Sydney, (02) 9319 1513
Mobile: 0429 322 857

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submitted by Irina Dunn on 15.04.2006

The Honourable Bob Carr launching Peter Prineas' Katsehamos and the Great Idea.

At the Sydney launch of Peter Prineas' book, Katsehamos and the Great Idea.

The launch occurred at 7.00 pm on Wednesday April 12, 2006, at 'Alexander's on the Park', ground floor American Express building, 175 Liverpool Street (opposite Hyde Park).

The venue was packed with 170 guests, with varying interests, including, cinema historians, those interested in Heritage issues, both for the natural and built environments, Councillors from Gwydir Shire Council, Arts NSW representatives, the former Minister for the Arts, and Premier of NSW, Bob Carr, and Greeks, Philhellenes, and of course, Kytherians.

Bob Carr was both Premier of the state of New South Wales, and Minister for the Arts, for 10 years and 2 months, from March 25, 1995, to August 3, 2005.

See also:

Speech introducing Bob Carr at the Sydney launch

Review(s) of the book

Professor Janis Wiltons' speech, Bingara book launch

Details of the Bingara book launch, photograph unveiling, and 70th Anniversary Ball

Founders photographs unveiled, Roxy, Bingara

Flyer_-_Roxy_70th_Anniversary.pdf

Kytherians flocked to Bingara from everywhere

Peter Feros's descendants

Descendants and freinds of Roxy Theatre founder, Peter Feros


The book Katsehamos and the Great Idea is available from the publisher,
Plateia Press,
32 Calder Road, Darlington, NSW,
or email here
phone (02) 9319 1513
and also from Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW, 2037 and selected bookshops.

Katsehamos and the Great Idea is also available in the New England and Northwest region of NSW, from the Roxy Theatre, Maitland Street, Bingara.
Phone: 02 67240003
or email here

For further information
Phone: Sydney, (02) 9319 1513
Mobile: 0429 322 857

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submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 16.04.2006

Peter Prineas presents Bob Carr with a gift of his book Wild Places.

At the Sydney launch of Peter Prineas' book, Katsehamos and the Great Idea.

The launch occurred at 7.00 pm on Wednesday April 12, 2006, at 'Alexander's on the Park', ground floor American Express building, 175 Liverpool Street (opposite Hyde Park).

The venue was packed with 170 guests, with varying interests, including, cinema historians, those interested in Heritage issues, both for the natural and built environments, Councillors from Gwydir Shire Council, Arts NSW representatives, the former Minister for the Arts, and Premier of NSW, Bob Carr, and Greeks, Philhellenes, and of course, Kytherians.

About Peter Prineas' book Wild Places.

[Bob Carr has always been passionate about the natural environment, and is also an avid bushwalker.]

The meticulously researched, beautifully written book on wilderness by Peter Prineas with photographs by Henry Gold (285pgs).

"... without a doubt the best overview ever produced on the wilderness areas of eastern New South Wales. This book inspired me and my family to venture off the beaten trails ... to see for ourselves the astonishing vistas it describes with such authority and affection".

- Allen Farrelly, editorial executive News Limited and former editor of The Australian.
"Not just the best book about wilderness in New South Wales - it is essential reading for anyone interested in wilderness in Australia".

- Tim Bonyhady, Australian National University.

"A very readable and informative statement on wilderness and the authoritative work of its kind on the shrinking wilderness of New South Wales. This book will appeal to those committed to the cause of wilderness conservation and to those wishing to discover more of the surprisingly little-known wild places in this more densely populated part of Australia".

- Peter Hitchcock, environmental consultant and former member of the Australian Heritage Commission.

See also:

Speech introducing Bob Carr at the Sydney launch

Review(s) of the book

Professor Janis Wiltons' speech, Bingara book launch

Details of the Bingara book launch, photograph unveiling, and 70th Anniversary Ball

Founders photographs unveiled, Roxy, Bingara

Flyer_-_Roxy_70th_Anniversary.pdf

Kytherians flocked to Bingara from everywhere

Peter Feros's descendants

Descendants and freinds of Roxy Theatre founder, Peter Feros


Peter Prineas at the Sydney launch of his book Katsehamos and the Great Idea


Peter Prineas presents Bob Carr with a gift of his book Wild Places

The Honourable Bob Carr launching Peter Prineas' Katsehamos and the Great Idea

George Poulos, introducing the Honourable Bob Carr at the launch of Katsehamos and the Great Idea



The book Katsehamos and the Great Idea is available from the publisher,
Plateia Press,
32 Calder Road, Darlington, NSW,
or email here
phone (02) 9319 1513
and also from Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW, 2037 and selected bookshops.

Katsehamos and the Great Idea is also available in the New England and Northwest region of NSW, from the Roxy Theatre, Maitland Street, Bingara.
Phone: 02 67240003
or email here

For further information
Phone: Sydney, (02) 9319 1513
Mobile: 0429 322 857