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submitted by George Poulos on 05.06.2004

Astarti Logo Part 2

Astarti Logo Part 2

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submitted by George Poulos on 05.06.2004

Astarti - Logo and Registered Trademark

Astarti - Logo and Registered Trademark

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submitted by George Poulos on 05.06.2004

Astarti - ORGANIC EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL & MEDITERRANEAN FOODS FROM THE ISLAND OF KYTHERA

Astarti - ORGANIC EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL & MEDITERRANEAN FOODS FROM THE ISLAND OF KYTHERA

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submitted by George Poulos on 04.06.2004

Fig 5 Ian Johnson Syd U

Fig 5 Ian Johnson Syd U

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submitted by George Poulos on 04.06.2004

Fig 4 Ian Johnson Syd U

Fig 4 Ian Johnson Syd U

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submitted by George Poulos on 04.06.2004

Fig 3 Ian Johnson Syd U

Fig 3 Ian Johnson Syd U

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submitted by George Poulos on 04.06.2004

Fig 2 Ian Johnson Syd U

Fig 2 Ian Johnson Syd U

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submitted by George Poulos on 04.06.2004

Fig 1 Ian Johnson Syd U

Fig 1 Ian Johnson Syd U

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submitted by George Poulos on 01.06.2004

Mad Max 2 - Also known as the Road Warrior in the USA

Mad Max 2 - Also known as the Road Warrior in the USA

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submitted by George Poulos on 26.09.2007

Rosa Kassamati, her son Lafcadio Hearn, second husband Giovanni Cavallini*, and descendants

By end May, 2004, 10 "Hearn" entries have been posted to kythera-island.net., with a number of users also responding to the original article under People, subsection, High Achievers, by Late in 2003, by Eleni Harou, on 30.10.2003.

The historical background has been well covered in these 15 entries to date. Also by sophisticated "Hearn" web-sites, cited in the articles above.

My interest in Lafcadio Hearn and his mother was stimulated by a descendant, David Baldwin, who lives in Osaka, Japan. I have become very intrigued by both Rosa and Lafcadio.

David lamented that at least two very important documents had not yet surfaced re: the pair.

1. Photograph of Rosa
2. Birth Certificate of Lafcadio

I became convinced that endevouring to contact descendants of Rosa's second husband, Giovanni Cavallini, might also be an important first step in obtaining 1. and 2 above.

Briefly: "Giovanni Cavallini was a Kithira Islander of Italian descent, was a man of some standing. He was Ionian Islands' Vice Consul for Austria-Hungary. Prior to that he was a Governor of Cerigotto (sic) during the British Protectorate. His hobby was collecting antiquities.

Four Children were born to this couple on Cerigo Island:
Ziza Cavallini, Catherine Cavallini, Angelo Cavallini (who died in 1947) and George Cavallini b. March 25, 1872."

So I added:

3. More detail about second husband, Giovanni Cavallini.

4. Contact with Cavallini descendants.

When I was researching a completely different matter on the net - I stumbled, upon a reference to 12 photographs held at:

Special Collections Department
403 Parks Library
Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa 50011-2140
United States of America.

Phone: 515-294-9680

The Chief Archivist informed me that

"Photo's of interest were:

The seven photographs of the Cavalinni family (box 7, folder 15)
include photographs of Rosa's husband John Cavalinni, her father-in-law Aggelo
(or Angelo) Cavalinni, and her children George, Angelo (2 photographs, including
one of Angelo and his wife), Ziza (photographed with her husband Alkiriades
Lastiotis), and Catherine (photographed with her husband Mr. Petroheilou and
a child).

In addition to the photographs of Rosa Cassimati's tombstone and her girlhood home, Box 7 Folder 16 also contains a photograph of the home of Rosa's son John Cavalinni and two general views of Kythera and Kapsali Bay (one with a cross to show the location of Rosa's home and one showing
the location of her son's house). There are two different views of the tombstone- one showing the entire tombstone and one
showing the inscription. There are also two different views of Rosa's girlhood
home."

How, I asked did these photographs come to be in the possession of Ohio State University, and originally, in the posssession of the donor, Dorothea McClelland?

Answer:

"Dorothea McClelland became interested in Lafcadio Hearn's writings, in part because they reminded her of her childhood years spent in Japan.
Because of her interest, she made a study of Hearn and collected numerous materials related to him.

See,

http://www.lib.iastate.edu/spcl/manuscripts/MS266.html

While looking for information on Hearn's mother, McClelland corresponded with
a Mr. Anthony J. Stathis in Kythera, and he sent the photographs to her."

Now this is where the investigation becomes really exciting, and where all the possibilities that can be opened up by the nature of kythera-family.net become apparent. We are now entering into 3rd and 4th stage levels of research.

Questions now arising?

1. Does anyone have information about
Giovanni Cavallini?

2. Does anyone know the whereabouts of the descendants of Ziza Cavallini, Catherine Cavallini, Angelo Cavallini and George Cavallini?

3. Does anyone know the whereabouts of the descendants of Alkiriades
Lastiotis, husband of Ziza Cavallini, and Mr. Petroheilou, husband of Catherine Cavallini?

4. Does anyone know the history of, or is anyone a descendant of, the mysterious Mr. Anthony J. Stathis, who originally sent the photographs to Dorothea McClelland in the first place?

Unfortunately the cost of obtaining each photograph is US$39.

It is not a policy of kythera-island.net to pay for material. That would establish a bad precedent, which would inevitably lead to the economic demise of the site.

However, my personal curiosity has become overwhelming, and I have sent the funds off to purchase two (2) of the photographs;

1. the gravestone of Rosa, with inscription

2. a picture of second husband Giovanni Cavallini.

These will be posted to the web-site upon their arrival.

If these prove helpful in illiciting further information, then I suspect, I will find a means to purchase the remaining 10 photographs.

In the meantime would descendants of Giovanni Cavallini, Alkiriades
Lastiotis, Mr. Petroheilou, and Mr. Anthony J. Stathis, please post any information they have onto kythera-family.net?

* Sometimes spelt Kavalini, Cavalinis, or Cavalenes.

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submitted by George Poulos on 25.05.2004

Archie Kalokerinos Book Cover Medical Pioneer of the Twentieth Century

Archie Kalokerinos Book Cover Medical Pioneer of the Twentieth Century

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submitted by George Poulos on 24.05.2004

SBS Logo

SBS Logo

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submitted by George Poulos on 24.05.2004

Byron Kennedy at the start of Mad Max II

Byron Kennedy at the start of Mad Max II

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submitted by George Poulos on 23.05.2004

Thunderdome Movie Poster

Thunderdome Movie Poster

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submitted by George Poulos on 23.05.2004

Thunderdome Train

Thunderdome Train

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submitted by George Poulos on 23.05.2004

Chinchilla in relation to Queensland and Australia

Chinchilla in relation to Queensland and Australia

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submitted by George Poulos on 23.05.2004

George Miller on set of Mad Max III

George Miller on set of Mad Max III

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submitted by George Poulos on 23.05.2004

George Miller on set of Mad Max III

George Miller on set of Mad Max III

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submitted by George Poulos on 23.05.2004

George Miller 2003

George Miller 2003

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submitted by George Poulos on 23.05.2004

Kennedy Miller Headquarters

Kennedy Miller Headquarters