Dating guidelines frank walton
However, the broad collection policy of the Library, “representing the history and culture of Greece from Homer to Seferis” (Frank Walton, Annual Report 1973-1974, p.29), the lack of a written acquisition policy specifically for the Archives, and the poor conditions of the other repositories in Athens, eventually led to acquisitions of uneven themes and importance.
A graduate of Hazleton High School and a member of Holy Rosary Parish, Hazleton, Yonko was previously employed as a paver operator by Barletta’s and Slusser Brothers.He was a member of the Hazleton Owls Rod and Gun Club and previously served as president of the Young Men’s Polish Association, Hazleton.Yonko was an avid New York Yankees and New York Giants fan and also enjoyed traveling to Atlantic City and Las Vegas. When possible, the Library should negotiate the donor’s financial support regarding expenses of processing and preservation.
New acquisitions should be mentioned in the ASCSA Archivist’s annual report.
The founder of the Library, John Gennadius, created an extensive collection of Greek literature: from the Cretan poetry of the 16-17th c. and from the first literary works of liberated Greece in the 19th c. Director Frank Walton (1961-1976) continued collecting Greek literature, focusing on the so-called “Generation of the Thirties” with poets George Seferis and Odysseus Elytis as its best known representatives.