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Consists of autograph manuscript notes by [Simos Menardos] and loose sheets containing names of several locations (toponyms) of Cyprus, written in Greek; notebooks with handwritten notes regarding history; correspondence with his wife Helenē Menardou; miscellaneous correspondence; and a copy of a prenuptial agreement.
Gift of the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund (AM 2013-84; 2019-24; 2022-101).
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The collection was processed by Kalliopi Balatsouka in Decemebr 2021. Finding aid written by Kalliopi Balatsouka in December 2021.
No materials were removed from the collection during 2013 and 2019 processing beyond routine appraisal practices.
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Consists of a notebook with handwritten notes dated and signed by Nikolaos G. Menardos in Lemēssō, Cyprus.Physical Description
Consists of a notebook with handwritten notes regarding ancient Greek historians, signed and dated by Nikolaos Menardos in Limassol (Cyprus).Physical Description
Consists of a notebook with handwritten notes (496 pages) on ancient and Byzantine history, as well as world history.Physical Description
Consists of a notebook containing handwritten notes regarding locations (toponymia) in Ammochōstos (Famagusta), Cyprus.Physical Description
Consists of 435 undated loose sheets in different sizes of autograph manuscript notes by [Simos Menardos] containing names of several locations (toponyms) of Cyprus; written in Greek, with a lot of references in French in black pen and pencil, with numbering on the upper left corner of each sheet in red ink.Physical Description
Consists of (1) letter from Simos Menardos to his wife Helenē; (1) letter from Helenē Menardou to the Dean of the University of Athens; (1) letter from Maria and Geōrgios N. Chatzidakis; (1) card from Michaēl D. Volonakēs; (1) card from Angelikē Phragkoudē; (1) letter from an unidentified person; and an empty envelope from the Philological Association "Parnassos" addressed to Simos Menardos.
Consists of a typescript of a prenuptial agreement between Simos Menardos and Helenē Paschalē.Physical Description