submitted by George Poulos on 09.06.2004
A young Peter Venardos, who took over the Acropolis Cafe, Gunnedah, NSW, Australia, in partnership with Theo Souris in 1945.
For a more detailed history of Peter's buisness life see the article in this section entitled "Gunnedah, Emmanuel Kepreotes, Peter Venardos & Theo Souris - Acropolis Cafe, White Rose Cafe, and Thriftway".
For a 2004 photograph of the same man, see my entry under Photography Diaspora, subsection - Vintage Portraits/People.
As with many other photographs of Kytherians and Greeks in Gunnedah, the original photograph is held in repository at the:
Water Tower Museum,
PO Box 244
02 6742 1184
02 6742 3764
02 6742 1519
The Historical Societies of local town's, particularly well organised ones, like this one at Gunnedah, often hold very valuable Kytherian and Greek-Australian, source material.
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