Gray and Lynn Poole Papers


COLLECTION OVERVIEW

Collection Number: GR ASCSA GL LGP 012
Name(s) of Creator(s):  Lynn Poole (1910-1969) and Gray Johnson Poole (1907-2005)
Title: Lynn and Gray Poole Papers
Date [bulk]: 1870-1967
Date [inclusive]:
Quantity: 0.60 linear meters
Language(s): English
Summary: This collection consists of material collected by Lynn and Gray Poole for the writing of their book One Passion, Two Loves: The Schliemanns of Troy (1967), including: working notes, typed translations of 190 letters and telegrams—most between Heinrich and Sophia Schliemann—, articles covering Schliemann’s life which appeared in German and English newspapers 1874-1891, Alex Melas’ biographies of his grandparents Heinrich and Sophia Schliemann; papers written about Heinrich Schliemann; and more than 400 photos/slides concerning the Schliemanns (some of which were used in their book).
Immediate Source of Acquisition: Gift of Gray Poole, 1976
Information about Access: The papers are available for research.
Cite as: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Gennadius Library Archives, Lynn and Gray Poole Papers (Αμερικανική Σχολή Κλασικών Σπουδών στην Αθήνα, Γεννάδειος Βιβλιοθήκη, Αρχείο Lynn and Gray Poole)
Notes: Lizabeth Ward Papageorgiou processed and cataloged the collection in 2019.

For more information, please contact the ARCHIVES at:
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
54 Souidias Street
Athens 106 76, Greece
Phone: 213 000 2400 (ext. 425)
Contact via E-mail


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Lynn Poole (1910-1969) started his professional life as the creator of a popular science television program, The Johns Hopkins Science Review (1948-1955), an innovative and highly praised show. Gray Johnson (1907-2005) was a journalist and author of books for young adults. In 1956 she won the Robert E. Sherwood Award for writing a television documentary about desegregation of the Baltimore City schools. After they married in 1941, they wrote more than 30 books: mostly popular science books like Science: the Super Sleuth (1954) about forensic science. They wrote one novel, The Magnificent Traitor; a Novel of Alcibiades and the Golden Age of Pericles (1968). But their most critically successful book was One Passion, Two Loves: The Schliemann’s of Troy (1967).

According to Stefanie A.H. Kennell in “Schliemann and His Papers: A Tale from the Gennadeion Archives,” Hesperia 76, 2007, pp. 805-806:

     “In late 1965, another smaller but nevertheless highly significant cache of Schliemann-related papers was discovered by Lynn and Gray Poole, eager and enterprising chroniclers of the Heinrich-Sophia story. The Pooles, who were on the hunt for new material for what they hoped would be a best-selling biography (and movie spin-off), had succeeded in gaining the confidence of Alexander Melas, Andromache’s last surviving son. Found among the possessions left to Alexander by his brother Leno, the new cache was combined with paper Walton [Francis Walton, director of Gennadius Library, 1961 ̶ 75] already knew to be held by the Schliemann-Melas family outside the Gennadius Library.

     “These documents contained exactly the type of information that the Pooles were seeking. Walton described them as including personal letters—around 200 from Schliemann himself, approximately 50 from Sophia, and perhaps 400 from correspondents such as Luigi Palma di Cesnola, Émile Burnouf, and Karl Blind, among others. There were also diplomas, documents from the Kaiser, and numerous newspaper clippings, mostly from Schliemann’s last two decades. Walton surmised that Andromache and Agamemnon had retained this set in 1937 [when they gave their parents’ papers to the Gennadius Library] ‘because of its more intimate character.’ The Pooles . . . acted as unpaid intermediaries during months of negotiations to facilitate the purchase of the remaining papers by the Gennadius Library for $30,000 . . . in 1966.”


SCOPE AND CONTENT

In 1976, Gray Poole gave the American School of Classical Studies, Princeton the research material she and her deceased husband, Lynn, collected for the writing of their book One Passion, Two Loves: The Schliemanns of Troy (1967). The collection has been organized into two series:

Series I:  This material includes their working notes, typed translations of 190 letters and telegrams—most between Heinrich and Sophia Schliemann—, articles covering Schliemann’s life which appeared in German and English newspapers 1874-1891, Alex Melas’ biographies of his grandparents Heinrich and Sophia Schliemann; papers written about Heinrich Schliemann—partial or complete—by  Ernst Meyer, Briefe von Heinrich Schliemann (1936), William G. Niederland, An Analytic Inquiry into the Life and Work of Heinrich Schliemann (1822 ̶ 1890), Peter-Nick J. Vavalis, “Henry Schliemann’s Visit to Indianapolis” (1960).

Series II:  Over 400 photographs and slides are in this collection; very few are duplicated in the HeinrichSchliemann papers. There are photographs they took themselves: the Arsakeion School in Athens which the young Sophia Engastromenos attended; Iliou Melathron, the Athens home of the Schliemanns; the Schliemann residence in Paris and the Schliemann mausoleum in the First Cemetery in Athens. There are, as well, a large number of photographs of the sites of Troy and Mycenae and objects from these excavations from the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Athen and several Berlin museums; photographs of pages from English and German newspapers reporting Schliemann’s activities, a number of photographs of the Schliemann family and some unidentified professional photographs of Athens, the Greek countryside and antiquities.


CONTENT

BOX 1 – DOCUMENTS

Folder 1a: Chronologies (Poole notes): 1822–1890 (two typed pages, glued); 1822-1866 “Schliemann the entrepreneur” and 1868-1890 “Schliemann the Excavator” (two typed pages, glued); 1865-1891 (fifty-three typed and hand-written pages)

Folder 1b: Short typed text about subjects which appear in the book:

“Heinrich Goes on a Trip: Visit to Hermopolis and the Greek Islands, 1870” (5 pages).

“A Few Activities in the Year 1870” (9 pages).

“Emperor of Brazil at Troy” (3 pages)

“Last Trip to Troy” (5 pages)

“Anecdotes for Use in the Book” (5 pages)

Folder 1c: Miscellaneous short notes (23 typed pages) covering Clothes, Brothers and Sisters, Health of Schliemann Himself, Housing, Languages, Schlie’s White Horse, Egypt, Vehicles, Weather Conditions, Labor, and other subjects.

Folder 1d: Short notes about individuals (6 typed pages): Emile Burnouf, Frank and Frederick Calvert and the Dilessi Murders

Folder 2a: Heinrich Schliemann Family Correspondence, 1870–1886

HS to SS – 24 November 1870(?), London

HS to SS – 5 December 1870, London

HS to SS – 14 May 1873, Troy

HS to SS – 4 August 1875, The Hague

HS to SS – 5 August 1875, The Hague

HS to SS – 10 August 1875, Copenhagen

HS to SS – 13 August 1875, Stockholm

HS to SS – 17 August 1875, Dobberan in Marklinburg

HS to SS – 20 August 1875, Röbel

HS to SS – 22 August 1875, Berlin

HS to SS – 23 August 1875, Berlin

HS to SS – 27 August 1875, Pest

HS to SS – February 1876, no location

HS to SS – 25 September 1876, Mykenae

HS to SS – 24 March 1877, London

HS to SS – 22 August 1877, London

HS to SS – 21 November 1877, London

HS to SS – 18 September 1879, London

HS to Andromache – 8 December 1886, Cairo

Folder 2b: Heinrich Schliemann Family Correspondence, 1871–1887. Thirty-two typed pages with correspondence and telegrams between Heinrich Schliemann and family running continuously (often not in strict chronological order):

Page 1    SS to HS – 7 November 1871, telegram from Paris to Würzburg

                SS to HS – 11 May 1877, telegram from Athens to London

                HS to SS – 30 September (?) 1876, telegram from Argos to Athens

                SS to HS – 5 October 1877, Paris

                Andromache to HS – 5 October 1877, Paris

                SS to HS – 12 October 1877, Paris

Page 2    SS to HS – 14/26 September 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 11 November 1887, Paris

                  SS to HS – 20 April 1877, no location

Page 3     SS to HS – 6/18 October 1877, Paris

                  Murray to HS – 1877, Telegram from London to Würzburg

                  SS to HS – n.d., Paris

Page 4     SS to HS – 7 September 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 29 August 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 9 December 1877, Paris

Page 5     SS to HS – 8 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 3 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 27 November 1877, Paris

Page 6     SS to HS – 19 November 1877, Paris

                  Andromache to HS – 24 November 1877

                  SS to HS – 7 December 1877, no location

                  SS to HS – 1 November 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 21 November 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 29 November 1877, Paris

Page 7     SS to HS – 28 November 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 30 November 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 24 November 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 25 November 1877, Paris

Page 8     Andromache to HS – 3 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – n.d., Paris

                  SS to HS – 6 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – n.d., Paris

Page 9     SS to HS – n.d., Paris

                  SS to HS – 28 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 29 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – n.d., Paris

                  SS to HS – 19 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – n.d., Paris

Page 10   SS to HS – 13 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 11 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – n.d., Paris(?)

                  SS to HS – 12 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 16 December 1877, Paris

Page 11   SS to HS – n.d., Paris

                  Andromache to HS – 23 December 1877, Paris (in French)

                  SS to HS – 26 December 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 9/10 1890, Kattenleutgeben (Austria)

                  SS to George Moschos, 7 March 1887, Athens

Page 12   Spiros Kastromenos to HS – 6/18 December 1869, Athens

                  Spyros Kastromenos to HS – 11/23 December 1869, Athens

                  Agamemnon to HS – n.d., Athens

Page 13   SS to HS – 20/2 May 1886, Athens

                  SS to HS – n.d., Athens(?)

                  SS to HS – 28 April 18??, Athens

                  SS to HS – 29 May 18??, Telegram from Athens to Lebadeia (Livadia)    

                  SS to HS – 24 April 1886, no location

Page 14   SS to HS – n.d., Athens(?)

                  SS to HS – n.d., Athens(?)

                  SS to HS – n.d., telegram from Athens to Lebadeia (Livadia)

                  SS to HS – n.d., Athens(?)

Page 15   SS to HS – 23/4 February 1886, Athens

                  Agamemnon to HS – 23/4 February 1886, Athens

                  SS to HS – 6 February 1886, Athens

Page 16   SS to HS – [1879], (no location)

                  SS to HS – [1877?], (no location)

                  SS to HS – 27 September 1878, no location

Page 17   SS to HS – 6 February 1873, Athens

                  SS to HS – 17/1 March 18??, no location

                  SS to HS – 28 September 1890, Kallenleutgeben (Austria)

Page 18   SS to HS – 18 November 1880, no location

                  SS to HS – 6 February 1878, Paris

Page 19   Spyros Kastromenos to SS – 15 April 18??, Aix-la-Chapelles

                  SS to HS – 25 April [1871], Athens

Page 20   SS to HS – 8 September 1878, no location

                  SS to HS – 2 August 1884, Marienbad

                  SS to HS – 5 September 1877, Paris

                  SS to HS – 22 [?] 188?, Telegram from Athens to ?

                  SS to HS – 21 [?] 188?, Telegram from Athens to ?

                  SS to HS – 2 [?] 188?, Telegram from Athens to ?

                  SS to ? – n.d., Boulogne sur Mer

Page 21   SS to Spyros Kastromenos – n.d., no location

                  SS to HS – n.d., Paris

                  SS to HS – 5 April 1877, Telegram from Athens to London

                  SS to HS – 4 April 1877, Telegram from Athens to London

                  HS to ? – 23 March 187?, Telegram from London to Athens

                  SS to HS – 2 April 1877, no location

Page 22   SS to HS – 14 July 1889, Schwerin

                  SS to HS – 2/9 (2 September) 1880, Carlsbad

                  SS to HS – 1871, no location

Page 23   SS to HS – 20 February 1887, Athens

                  SS to HS – 1884, Marienbad

                  Bernard to SS – 16 April 1892, Berlin

                  SS to HS – 19 October 1880, Athens

                  SS to HS – 8 September 1880, Carlsbad

                  SS to HS – 18 June 1880, Athens

                  SS to HS – 24 August 1880, Carlsbad

Page 24   SS to HS – 28 August 1880, telegram from Carlsbad to Leipzig

                  SS to HS – 9/21 6 (June) 1886, Franzensbad (Czech Republic)

                  Agamemnon to HS – 9/21 6 (June) 1886, Franzensbad

                  SS to HS – 3 6 1886, Franzensbad

                  Andromache to HS – 18 August 1886, Ostende

Page 25   Agamemnon to HS – n.d., no location

                  Agamemnon to HS – 16 August 1886, Ostende

                  SS to HS – 11 August 1886, Ostende

                  Andromache and Agamemnon to HS – 9 August 1886, Ostende

                  SS to HS – 27 June 1886, Franzensbad

Page 26   Andromache to HS – 27 June, Franzensbad

                  SS to HS – 1 August 1886, Telegram from Ostende to Aachen

                  SS to HS – 4 August [1886], Ostende

                  Pauline Parin [?] to SS – n.d., no location

                  SS to HS - ? August 1886, Telegram from Ostende to Aachen

                  Agamemnon to HS – 5 August 1886, Ostende

                  SS to HS – 18/30 6 (June) 1886, Franzensbad

Page 27   SS to HS – 3 July 1886, Ostende

                  SS to HS – 30 April 1889, no location

                  SS to HS – 24 ? 1889?, Telegram from Athens to Rome

                  Andromache to HS – 18 February 1886, Athens

                  SS to HS – 26 December 1885, Lausanne

Page 28   SS to HS – 28 December 1885, Lausanne

                  SS to HS – 6 January 1886, Brindisi

Page 29   SS to HS – November 1887, no location

                  Agamemnon to HS – 29 March 1884, Athens

                  SS to HS – n.d., no location

                  SS to HS – 10 February 1886

Page 30   SS to HS – 21 December [1885], Telegram from Lausanne to St. Nazaire

                  SS to HS – 18 February 1886, Athens

                  SS to HS – 4 November 1885, Lausanne

Page 31   SS to HS – 9/21 February 1886, Athens

                  SS to HS – 14 January 1886, Athens

                  SS to HS – 6/18 June 1886, Vienna

Page 32   SS to HS – 13/25 June 1886, Franzensbad

                  SS to HS – 18 June 1886, Telegram from Trieste to Athens

Folder 2c: 1869 correspondence of Heinrich Schliemann concerning his courtship and marriage to Sophia.  From Briefe von Schliemann, 1869–71, I, pp. 231–257. Some originally in English, others translated from the German. (These typed pages have been glued and are discolored.)

HS to Mr. Skylissi – 3 September 1869, Athens

HS to “Most honorable Professor” – 4 September 1869, Athens

HS to Miss Sophia – 6 September 1869, Athens

HS to Miss Sophia – 12 September 1869, Athens

SS to HS (Mr. Henry) – 16 September 1869, Athens

HS to Miss Sophia – 16 September 1869, Athens

HS to Mr. Amiras – 18 September 1869, Athens

HS to Archbishop Theoklitos Vimpos – 20 September 1869

HS to Honorable Mr. Consul – 21 September 1869, Athens

HS to Professor Mouros [?] – 21 September 1869, Athens

HS to My dear friend Wirths – 21 September 1869, Athens

HS to Mr. Egger – 23 September 1869, Athens

Folder 2d: Miscellaneous Correspondence

April 2 to June 6, 1877 – Copies of seven letters to and from Albert Hartshorne and Loftus Brock concerning the ceremony of his being awarded honorary membership in the British Archaeological Association

March 22 to May 3, 1886 – Copies of two letters and two cards from L. P. di Cesnola, Metropolitan  Museum of Art.

September 18, 1879 to January 29, 1887 – Copies of nine letters from G. Max Müller, Oxford.

September 10 to December 22, 1877 – Copies of seven letters from G. F. Duncombe, Norman MacLeod and R. Laskey regarding Schliemann’s donation of artefacts from Troy to the South Kensington Museum, London.

December 28, 1890 – Copy of telegram to SS from Prince Bernard, Berlin.

Undated copy of telegram to SS from Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany.

Folder 3a: Original hand-written pages of Heinrich Schliemann. (“Here followed the pages that looked like original Schliemann writing . . . GJP [Gray J. Poole] has separately packaged and so marked. September 9, 1976”) Sixteen pages. First page with title “Excavations in Troy” and date 17 June 1873 in Athens (Troy below is crossed out). In upper right hand corner is written “page 300”.

Folder 3b: Five B/W photographs of Heinrich Schliemann’s USA naturalization documents, 17 February 1851, 29 March 1869, 3 September 1869

Folder 3c: Text of unknown authorship concerning the Schliemann and Bötticher cremation argument, likely written around 1890. 5 typed (carbon) pages.

Folder 4a: Typed notes from Ernst Meyer’s biography of Heinrich Schliemann, Briefe von Heinrich Schliemann (1936). 13 pages.

Folder 4b: Photocopy of William G. Niederland, An Analytic Inquiry into the Life and Work of Heinrich Schliemann (1822 ̶ 1890). 27 pages.

Folder 4c: Copy of Peter-Nick J. Vavalis, “Henry Schliemann’s Visit to Indianapolis.” 44 typed (carbon) pages.

Folder 4d: Photocopies of articles in The Journal of the Royal Archaeological Institute 1877, Vol. 35:

Bertram Fulke Hartshorne. “Dr. Schliemann’s Trojan Collection.” 291 ̶ 6.

“Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute” 4 May 1877 - a description of RAI making Heinrich and Sophia Schliemann honorary members of RAI. 302 ̶ 6.

“Special Meeting, June 8, 1877” (Sophia Schliemann gives an address “On the High Culture of the Ancient Greeks: the Long Series of Agents which contributed to it; the reason of its Decay; the Advantages of the Language of Plato; and further, of the Share she had taken in the Discoveries at Troy and Mycenae.” 453 ̶ 9.

Folder 4e: Newspaper Articles (see also photographs of newspapers articles, below):

Königlich-Preussischer Staatsanzeiger. 8 July 1881 and 2 January 1891. Three photographs and three negatives. Translation of 8 July 1881 article. Correspondence between Dr. Werner Brüssau, Berlin, 18 November 1965 and Lynn Poole 24 November 1965.

Leipziger Illustrierte Zeitung. 2 July 1881 – no page number. Short note. Photocopy, 1 page.

Leipziger Illustrierte Zeitung. 16 July 1881 – no page number. Short note. Photocopy, 1 page.

Leipziger Illustrierte Zeitung. 6 August 1881 – no page number. Short note. Photocopy, 1 page.

Leipziger Illustrierte Zeitung. 2 July 1881, 16 July 1881, 6 August 1881. English translations, 1 page.

Leipziger Illustrierte Zeitung. 10 January 1891 – 38 ̶ 42. “Heinrich Schliemann.” Large B/W photographs, 5 pages (with 3 duplicate pages).

Leipziger Illustrierte Zeitung. 6 June 1891 - 613. “Sophie Schliemann.” Large B/W photograph, 1 page.

Neue Vorortzeitung. 1 January 1891 – no page number. Photocopy and 3 page typed translation.

Vossische Zeitung. 22 March 1874 – no page number. Photocopy, 1 page.

Vossische Zeitung. 26 January 1890 – no page number. Photocopy and typed partial translation, 2 pages.

Vossische Zeitung. 4 January 1891 – no page number. Photocopy, 1 page.

London Times. 16 August 1876 – 10. Letter to the Editor from Henry Schliemann. Photocopy, 1 page.

London Times (?). 5 February 1877 – no page number. “The Ruins of Mycenae.” Photocopy, 1 page.

London Times (?). 24 February 1877 – no page number. “The Discoveries at Mycenae.” Photocopy, 1 page.

London Times (?). 3 March 1877 – no page number. “The King and Queen of Greece.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News. 5 May 1877 – 422. “The Princess of Wales in Greece.” Photocopy  and typed page of comments, 3 pages

Illustrated London News. 24 March 1877 – 281. “Schliemann’s Researches in Greece.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News. 31 March 1877 – 306 ̶ 7. “Dr. Schliemann’s Researches at Mycenae.” Photocopy, 3 pages.

Illustrated London News. 7 April 1877 – 330. “The Ruins of Mycenae.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News (?). 9 April 1877 – no page number. “The Carnival at Athens.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News. 14 April 1877 – 358. “A Pilgrimage to Mycenae.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News. 21 April 1877 – 363. “Illustrations of Greece.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News (?). 28 April 1877 – no page number. “The Palace and Gardens, Athens.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News. 2 June 1877 – 551. “Dr. Schliemann’s Researches at Mycenae.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News (?). 9 June 1877 – no page number. “Discoveries at Mycenae.” Photocopy, 1 page.

Illustrated London News (?). 16 June 1877 – no page number. “The Discoveries at Mycenae.” Photocopy, 1 page.

               Illustrated London News. 3 January 1891 – 5. “The Late Dr. Schliemann.” Photocopy, 1

               page.

Folder 5a: Alex Melas, “Henry Schliemann” with preface. Dated 6 March 1965. 28 typed (carbon) pages.

Folder 5b: Alex Melas, “My Grandmother, Sophia Schliemann.” Dated 1964. 85 typed (carbon) pages.

Folder 5c: Handwritten letters from Alex Melas to the Pooles. 3 letters and 2 postcards written between 14 December 1964 and 19 November 1965.

Folder 5d: “List of Diplomas Given to Heinrich Schliemann found in October 1965 by his only living grandson, General Alex L. Melas. 4 handwritten pages, 6 typed pages.

Folder 6a: Correspondence with Gennadius Library, ASCSA and others concerning purchase of Melas family Schliemann papers and disposition of Poole research material.

Francis R. Walton to Lynn Poole, 16 November 1965

Loring C. Bernat to Lanning Macfarland, 1 April 1966

Alex and Lydia Melas to Loring C. Bernat, 5 April 1966

Lynn Poole to Walton, Telegram [22 April 1966]

Richard (Dick) Howland to Francis Walton, Telegram 27 April 1966

Lynn Poole to Chris and Packey, 25 May 1966

Lynn Poole to Walton, Telegram 2 June [1966]

Walton to Lynn Poole, Telegram 2 June 1966

Francis R. Walton to Harry M. Lyter, 4 June 1966

Francis R. Walton to Lynn Poole, 16 June 1966

[Lynn Poole] to Chris and Packey, 16 June 1966

Barbara H. Russell (for Richard Howland) to Mrs. Donald Dunham, 12 May 1976

Gray Poole to Richard Howland, 7 September 1976

Gray Poole to Richard Howland, 9 September 1976

Richard Howland to Lynn Poole, 13 September 1976

Ann Hartmayer (and others BBC) to Ludmila Schwarzenberg (ASCSA), 9 December 1983 to 24 May 1984 (concerning BBC documentary In Search of the Trojan War)

Folder 6b: Miscellaneous Poole Correspondence

Dr. Wolfram Nagel, 16 December 1965

Brian --- , 21 December 1965

James W. Poultney, 17 January 1966

General Th. Papathanassiadis, 19 December 1966

Stephanos Stephanopoulos, 8 December 1966

Folder 6c: Poole working papers – questions to ask, bibliography, acknowledgements, “facts”.

Folder 6d: Reviews or popular press mention of One Passion, Two Loves:

               Baltimore --?--, 30 September 1966

               SR, 26 November 1966

               Los Angeles Times, 31 January 1967

               Los Angeles Times, Letter, 19 October 1975

               Torch: U.S., 15 April 1976

Folder 7: Numbered and labeled envelopes which held photographs and negatives.

 

BOX 2 – PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs with an asterisk * also appear in the Personal Papers of Heinrich Schliemann: Schliemann Photo Series J Box 1.

Descriptions accompanied photographs, numbers 1 to 122. Photograph numbers and text is as written by the Pooles.

1 – Photo of Sophia Engastromenos Schliemann taken just before her marriage to Heinrich Schliemann on September 23, 1869. Two copies and one negative, B/W.

1a – Signature of Heinrich Schliemann as written in register of Hotel d’Angleterre in Ahtnems [Athens?] Greece, September 2, 1869. One copy, B/W.

2 – Heinrich Schliemann at time of marriage to Sophia Engastromenos in 1869. One copy, one negative, B/W.

2a – Page from diary of Heinrich Schliemann July, 1869 as he sailed from New York City to France. Four copies, B/W.

3 – Photo of Arsakeion School in Athens, as it was in 1869 when Heinrich Schliemann visited a classroom and heard Sophia recite from the Iliad. Four copies, B/W.

4 – Long shot and close-up of Arsakeion School as it now stands on Venizelos St in Athens today. Taken on October 1, 1965 by Lynn Poole. Three photographs: one with three copies, six negatives, B/W.

5* – Madame Victoria Engastromenos, mother of Sophia. Three copies, two negatives, B/W.

6 – George Engastromenos, father of Sophia. Portrait painted from an old photograph by George Kastriotes in Athens. G.K. is great-grandson of G.E. Three copies, four negatives, B/W.

7 – Alex L. Melas, grandson of H & S Schliemann stands (on Sept. 28, 1965) on the excavated ancient Agora of Athens. It was at this point where stood the townhouse of the Engastromenos family . . Sophia’s parents. The family name was originally Kastriotes (meaning, House near the Rock – in the shadow of Akropolis). George, Sophia’s father was a true “gangantis” a man of pleasure . . . food gave him a large belly and he was called “Engastromens” meaning “pregnant”. The name was soon applied to the family who became known as Engastromenos. Photo by Lynn Poole, with Minox camera on Sept 28, 1965. Two photographs, each with four copies, two negatives, B/W.

8 – Church of St. Meletios, from wood block drawing in old book, which stood next to the country residence of Sophia’s family in Colonos district outside Athens. In 1965 Colonos was almost in the center of the fast-growing city. The original church was torn down, a new one replaced it. Photocopy by Lynn Poole, on Sept 27 1965. Six copies, thirteen negatives (plus one negative of unidentified man holding photograph of the church), B/W.

9* – Only photograph of Heinrich and Sophia Schliemann taken on their wedding day, Sept 23, 1869. Courtesy of Alex L. Melas. Two copies, three negatives, B/W.

10 – Icons photographed by Lynn Poole in new church of St. Meletios, Athens, on Sept 27, 1965. These icons were shown as woodcuts in the book which showed the original St. Meletios therefore must have been in the church when Heinrich and Sophia were married. NOTE: The large icon of St. Meletios is ringed with white cloth . . . for a wedding ceremony . . . it was so ringed when H & S were married on Sept 23, 1968. Three copies, one negative (plus one negative of unidentified man standing in front of the icon and negative of Number 5), B/W.

11 – Ruins of country house in Colonos district of Athens, belonged to Sophia’s family. It was here, in the garden that H& S wedding reception was held on Sept 23, 1869. Two photographs, three copies each, one negative, B/W.

12 – Cathedral of Notre Dame . . . as Sophia saw it first; late on the afternoon of Oct 3, 1869; on the way to Schliemann’s home at 6 Place St. Michele . . . just across the bridge. Photo taken by Lynn Poole on October 12, 1965 – at same hour H & S arrived in 1869. Two copies, color.

13 and 14 – 6 Place St. Michele, Paris home of Heinrich Schliemann to which he took Sophia as a bride. Photo[s] taken by Lynn Poole on Octo 11, 1965. Four photographs: two color photographs; two B/W, one with two copies, another with three copies and four negatives; plus one negative without print. Plus thirteen color slides.

15 – Vestibule of 6 Place St. Michele, photo taken on October 11, 1965 by Lynn Poole. Two photos, color.

16 to 24 – No photographs

25 – Excavations at Troy 1871. At center left: Heinrich, followed by Sophia, and by Yannakis, the faithful major domo. A drawing from Illustrated London News. Five copies, one negative, B/W. Other photo – wide swatch cut through Hill of Hissarlik in 1871 – an actual photograph. [There was no additional photograph; see possibly BOX 4: Troy 1, 2 or 3.]

26 – Portrait of Madame Victoria Engastromenos mother of Sophia . . . painted by George Kastriotes in 1956. G.K. is great grandson of Madame Victoria. Two copies, four negatives, B/W.

27* – Sophia Schliemann about 1871. Two copies, two negatives, B/W.

28 – Heinrich and Sophia at Troy. One copy, one negative, B/W.

29 – Typical pages from diary kept by Schliemann at Troy – record of finds, and his own drawings of finds. Three photographs, one with three copies, others with two copies, six negatives, B/W.

30 – Metal casts for objects found at Troy. [No photograph]

31 – Whorls found at Troy . . . decorated, with holes in each. Two photographs, one with two copies, B/W.

32 – Huts on rim of digs at Troy. One photograph, one negative, B/W.

33 – Female crude figurine with owl’s head from Troy. Two photographs, two copies each, B/W.

34 – No photograph

35 – Trojan goddess with sauvastika in vulva. Four copies, one negative, B/W.

36 – Pots found at Troy. Six photographs, one with three copies, three with two copies; six negatives, B/W.

36a – Phallic symbols used for phallic worship at Troy. Two copies, one negative. B/W.

37 – Drawing of marble metope of SUN GOD and chariot found at Troy. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

38 – Urn in which embryo was found at Troy. Two copies, two negatives, B/W.

39 – No photograph.

40a – Sculptured head of horse and man marble found at Troy. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Athen (Troja 13). Three copies, one negative, B/W.

40b – Pitcher of owl-headed vase with eyes, nose, necklace, breasts and belt running diagonally across the body – at Troy. Three copies, one negative, B/W.

41 – Terra Cotta Hippopotamus from Troy. Two copies, one negative, B/W. Color – Bronze tripod vessel from Troy. Three negatives, color.
 

BOX 3 - PHOTOGRAPHS

42 – Five-pointed archaic stone idol, with navel on one side, shield on the other; necklace around the neck. Three copies, two negatives, B/W.

43 – Greek inscription found at Troy. One copy, one negative, B/W.

44 – Stone jars found in place in storage room at Troy – drawing. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

45 – Large storage jar at Troy in which workman lived. Four copies, six negatives, B/W.

46 – Athena brown vase from Troy. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

47 – Silver jug found in Great Gold Treasure; this jug contained over 8,000 tiny pieces of gold. Museum für Vor-und Frühgeschichte, Berlin (Troja 5862). Two photographs, one B/W negative, one color negative.

48 – Page 300 of Schliemann’s 1873 diary telling of finding the Great Gold Treasure of Troy. His diary was written in Athens, but “Athens” was crossed out and TROY written in – for publication of his book. Four copies, nine negatives plus two negatives of unidentified text, B/W.

49 – Drawing of excavation at Troy, 1873, “a” marks spot where Great Gold Treasure was discovered. Two copies, two negatives, plus one negative of similar drawing, B/W.

50 – Gold (see p. 465 in Ilios) drinking cup found in Great Gold Treasure at Troy – one end smaller than others; guest drank from larger (wider) end, host from smaller. Museum für Vor-und Frühgeschichte, Berlin, (Neg. nr. 5188). Photograph and four copies of drawing, one negative of each, B/W

51 – No photograph

52 – Sophia Schliemann dressed in gold fillets and gold diadems found at Troy in 1873. Four copies, two negatives, B/W.

53 – No photograph.

54 – Photo within grave circle at Mycenae. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 78). Two copies, one negative, B/W.

55 – Mycenae from distance. Engraving from Illustrated London News, n.d. Seven copies, one negative, B/W.

56 – Mycenae from distance. One copy, one negative, B/W.

57 – Lion Gate at Mycenae – Heinrich, Sophia, Dorpfeld and friends. Five copies, two negatives, B/W.

57a – [Two drawings of Lion Gate.]. One copy each, B/W.

58 – Frankish Tower on Acropolis in Athens near Propolyea, before Heinrich paid for having it  removed in 1874. See page 151 of One Passion, Two Loves. Three photographs, one with three copies, one with two copies, one with two copies and two negatives, B/W.

59 – No photograph.

60 – Entrance to so-called beehive Tomb of Atreus at Mycenae. Three photographs: one with three copies (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 73), one with two copies, one with one copy, one negative, B/W.

61 – Four main treasuries (tombs) found at Mycenae. From Illustrated London News, n.d. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

61a – Left: entrance to Tomb of Atreus, looking from the inside, first room outward. Right: Outside Tomb of Atreus looking in toward the first room. One copy, one negative, B/W.

62 – Inside room of Treasury of Atreus, looking at the entrance into the second room. One copy, one negative, B/W.

63 – Inside second room of Treasury of Atreus, a rough cut rock hewn room. Two photographs, each with two copies and one negative, B/W.

64 – Architectural sketches of four tombs found at Mycenae. From Illustrated London News, n.d. Three copies, one negative, B/W.

65 – Grave stele with warrior and chariot found at Mycenae. Four copies, two negatives, B/W.

65a – Gold cup, so-called CUP OF NESTOR from Mycenae.  One copy, one negative, B/W.

66 – Clay idols found at Mycenae. Three copies, one negative, B/W.

67 – Gold diadem found at Mycenae. From Illlustrirte Zeitung, n.d. One copy, one negative, B/W.

67a – Drawing of excavation at Mycenae with Heinrich and Sophia showing the excavations to Dom Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil. One copy, one negative, B/W.

68 – Treasury outside Lion Gate at Mycenae excavated by Sophia and her workmen. Sophia stands in doorway. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

69 – Heinrich in grave circle at Mycenae. Four copies, two negatives, (plus two unidentified negatives), B/W.
 

BOX 4 - PHOTOGRAPHS

69a – Sophia in grave circle at Mycenae. Drawing. Eight copies, two negatives, B/W.

70 – Heinrich inside Grave Circle at Mycenae giving directions to workmen; man on right of photo is Stamatakis, the dreadful ephor. Sophia and her maid in lower left corner of the drawing. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

71 – Procession of Mycenaean warriors on clay tablet found at Mycenae. One copy, one negative, B/W.

72 – Citadel and Grave Circle at Mycenae – drawing. From Illustrated London News, 24 March 1871. Three copies, one negative, B/W.

73 – Two intaglio gold signet rings from Mycenae. Five copies, two negatives, (plus negatives of 66 and 75), B/W.

74 – Great signet ring from Mycenae – gold. Four copies, three negatives, B/W.

75 – Upper portion of skeleton found at Mycenae – see page 174 One Passion, Two Loves. Two copies, two negatives (see also #73), B/W.

76 – So-called Mask of Agamemnon – from the Great Grave Circle at Mycenae – solid gold. Four copies (one drawing, three photographs), two negatives, B/W.

77 – Pen and ink portrait of Heinrich Schliemann. On back of one is penciled “March 1877”. Three copies, one negative, B/W.

78 – Heinrich Schliemann speaking before the Society of Antiquaries in London. On back of one is penciled “March 31, 1877 – Dr. S. giving account of his discoveries at Mycenae before Society of Antiquarians at Burlington House.” Four copies, three negatives, B/W.

79 – Silver and gold cow’s head drinking cup from Mycenae discovered by Schliemann. On back of one is penciled “Athens. The National Museum. Silver libation vessel in shape of bull’s head from the Royal Tombs, excavated by Schliemann in 1875. (About 1350 B.C.).” Three copies, one negative; drawing with two copies, one negative; B/W.

80* – Madame Sophia Engastromenos Schliemann [and] Andromache Schliemann, age 6, in Paris, 1877. Seven copies, two negatives, B/W.

81 – Exhibition of Trojan and a few Mycenaean Treasures at South Kensington Museum, London, 1877. Four copies, two negatives, B/W.

81a – Gorge of Hercyna – Livadia. Three views, B/W.

82 – Beehive Tomb – Treasury of the Minyas at Orchemenos, Nov. 1880. Two views. Five copies, one negative; B/W.

82a – Floral design from room of beehive tomb excavated at Orchemenos by Schliemanns in 1880. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

83 – Heinrich in greatcoat of fur, taken in St. Petersburg, Russia. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

83a – Rathaus in Berlin (East) where Schliemanns were banqueted on July 7, 1881, when Trojan collection was given to Berlin and H.S. made an Honorary Citizen of Berlin. Lynn Poole took these photographs on Oct. 11, 1965. Multiple views in B/W and color print and color slides. Twenty-four copies, two B/W negatives.

83b – Sketched portrait of Sophia Schliemann on front of German newspaper Sept 31, 1880. Four copies, two negatives, B/W.

83c* – Ernest Schliemann, father of Heinrich. One copy, one negative (in poor condition), B/W.

84 – Drawing of excavation at Troy. One copy, one negative, B/W.

84a* – Heinrich Schliemann at age 61. One copy, two negatives, B/W.

85 – Coin of Marathon. See pages 15-154[?] One Passion, Two Loves. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

86a – Decorated sword and painted vessel from Tiryns (drawings). Two photographs with two copies each, negative, B/W.

86 – Ear in clay from Tiryns (drawing). Two copies, one negative, B/W.

87 – Dog in clay from Tiryns (crawing). Two copies, one negative (see 86), B/W.

88 – Spike discs from Tiryns (drawing). Two copies, one negative, B/W.

89 – Bull Jumper from Tiryns (drawing from German newspaper). Two copies, one negative, B/W.
 

BOX 5 - PHOTOGRAPHS

90 – Idol from Tiryns (drawing). Two copies, one negative (see 88), B/W.

91 – Sketch of plan of Tiryns made by Wilhelm Dorpfeld . . . Tiryns fortress. Three copies, two negatives, B/W.

92 – Vaulted passageway at Tiryns. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

93* – Heinrich Schliemann dressed in suit he wore on his return from Pilgrimage to Mecca. Six copies, one negative, B/W.

94 – Architectural rendering by architect Tsiller of ILIOU MELATHRON, the Schliemann’s great palace on Venizelou Street, Athens, Greece. Still standing in 1965, used as Areapagos - -  desecration!!!! Two views, one with one copy, one negative; one with six copies, four negatives; B/W.

95 – Floor plan of Iliou Melathron. Three copies, four negatives (see also 94), B/W.

96 – Iliou Melathron, Exterior, 1965. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

96(1) – Iliou Melathron, Exterior, 1965. One copy, B/W. And eight color negatives for 96 (4, 5, 6).

96(2) – Iliou Melathron, Exterior, 1965. Four views, four prints, color.

96(3) – Iliou Melathron, Exterior, 1965. Four views, four prints, B/W.

96(4, 5, 6) – Iliou Melathron, Interior, 1965. Eighteen views, twenty-three copies, color.

96(7) – Iliou Melathron, Interior and Exterior, 1965. One color, one B/W print.

96(8) – Iliou Melathron, Interior and Exterior, 1965. Twenty views, color slides.

96(9) – Iliou Melathron, Interior, 1965. Six views, color slides.

96a – Iliou Melathron, five inscriptions on walls. B/W and color prints with descriptions, fourteen copies, two slides .

96b15 Exterior of Iliou Melathron. Ten views, eighteen copies, B/W.

97 – Ziller’s plan of Schliemann’s house. (See # 95)

98 – Mural of quote from Hesiod on wall at Iliou Melathron. Hesiod, Works and Days Prologue – lines 1 thru 7 “Muses of Pieria, who give glory through song, come hither, tell of Zeus your father and chant his praise. Through him mortal men are famed or unfamed, sung or unsung alike, as great Zeus wills. For easily he makes strong men low; easily he humbles the proud and raised the obscure, and easily he straightens the crooked and blasts the egotistical.” Two views, seven copies, three negatives, B/W. And a typed quote Hesiod:225-231.

99 – Drawing of Schliemann’s mausoleum in Athens. Three copies, four negatives, B/W.

99(1-7) – Schliemann’s mausoleum in Athens. 18 views, 41 copies, 18 negatives, B/W and color.

100 – Drawing of Iliou Melathron . . . showing offending statues on the balustrade of roof. See One Passion, Two Loves, pages 215-217. [No photograph in this envelope, but possibly refers to 94.]

100a* – Sophia with children, Andromache and Agamemnon ca 1880. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

101 – Nero’s (dog) grave at Iliou Melathron. Two copies, B/W.

102 – Stairway & motto mural in Iliou Melathron. Inscription from Hesiod’s Work and Days. “But they who give straight judgments to strangers and to the men of the land, and go not aside from what is just, their city flourishes, and the people prosper in it: in their land an all-seeing Zeus never decrees cruel war against them. Neither famine nor disaster ever haunts men who do true justice; but lightheartedly they tend the fields which are all their care.” [No photograph in this envelope, but see 98.]

103 – Quote painted on wall of toilet, second floor of Iliou Melathron – from comic poet Eubulus: “Next Thebes I came to, where they dine at night; and day as well, and every house in sight, boasts its own privy – to full a man a boon. As great as any known beneath the moon; for he that wants to and has far to run biting his lips and groaning – he’s some fun.” Two copies, one negative, B/W.

104 – Tsiller’s architectural rendering of Schliemann’s Mausoleum in Athens. [See 99]

105 – 1889 conferences at Troy. (Penciled on back, “left to right: Unknown, Major Heinrich Steffen, Schliemann, Ottamdy Bey, Capt. Boetticher”). Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athens. Five copies, three negatives, B/W.

106* – 1889 Troy Conference. Left to right: Turkish guard, Wilhelm Dorpfeld, Professor Nieman, Major Heinrich Steffen, Heinrich Schliemann, Capt. Boetticher. One copy, one negative (in bad condition), one reprint from popular press (?), B/W.

107 – 1889 Conference at Troy. One copy, one negative, B/W.

108 – 1889 Conference at Troy. (Penciled on back, “left to right: Professor Niemann (sp?), Capt. Boetticher, Schliemann – seated, William Dörpfeld, Major Heinrich Steffen, O. Hamdy Bey - Director of [?] Museum, Const[antinople]”).  Two copies, two negatives, B/W.

109 – Boetticher book [cover] against Schliemann. Two copies, B/W.

110 – Last digs at Troy for Schliemann, 1890. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athens, (Troja 203). See photos on page 164-65 of One Passion, Two Loves. Two photographs: one with two copies, B/W.

111 – Last photograph of Schliemann taken at Troy 1890. Two copies, one negative, B/W.

112 – No photograph

113 – No photograph

114 – No photograph

114a – Announcements of Heinrich Schliemann’s death in Berlin’s “Illustrite Zeitung”, Jan 10, 1891. One copy, one negative, B/W.

115 – Sophia Schliemann (seated) with daughter Andromache (standing) and Wilhelm Dorpfeld (seated, close) at the theater at Troy – taken in 1896. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athens (Troja 124). Three copies, one negative, B/W.

116 – Sophia at opening of orphanage she sponsored. One copy, one negative, B/W.

117 – Sophia, right, with back to camera . . . ground breaking at a sanatorium. One copy, one negative, B/W.

118 – Sophia and Agamemnon, taken at plaza overlooking Bay of Phaleron – last time Sophia and Agamemnon saw each other, one year before Agamemnon’s death. Three copies, one negative, B/W.

119* – Melas family – Leon Melas married Andromache Schliemann. (Written on the backs: “Leon Melas standing; holding on to his father is Michel Melas, the eldest son;  seated in black dress [in mourning for her father-in-law] to the right is Andromache Schliemann Melas; seated in white dress to left is Sophia Schliemann; baby in Sophia’s lap is Alex L. Melas” -- Alex Melas’ description.) Two copies, three negatives, B/W.

119(1) – Melas family. (Written on the back: “1. Leon Melas, seated, husband of Andromache Schliemann Melas.  2. On his left side, standing is his oldest son – Michel.  3. Seated behind and to his right is Alex L. Melas – now the only living grandchild of the Schliemanns.  4. Seated to right is his youngest son Leandros.”) Two copies, two negatives, B/W.

119(2) – Andromache Schliemann (standing) with a friend. Three copies, B/W.

120* – Madame Sophia Engastromenos Schliemann taken in 1927 just before she sold Iliou Melathron and built a house at Phaleron. (Penciled on the back: “Portrait of Sophia Schliemann years after Heinrich’s death wearing the pearls he bought for her in St. Petersburg in 1878.”) Two copies, three negatives, B/W.

121* – Sophia Engastromenos Schliemann just a few months before she died in 1932. (Penciled on the back: “Last portrait of Sophia before she died.”) Three copies, two negatives, B/W.

122 – End of prologue in One Passion, Two Loves. Alex L. Melas, taken in color by Lynn Poole in Melas apartment in Athens on October 7, 1965. Five copies, three negatives, B/W and color.

 

BOX 6 – PHOTOGRAPHS

Myc 1 – Mycenae, B/W photo from the Deutsches Archäeologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 136).

Myc 2 – Mycenae, B/W photo from the Deutsches Archäeologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 137).

Myc 3 – Mycenae, B/W photo from the Deutsches Archäeologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 69).

Myc 4 – Mycenae, B/W photo from the Deutsches Archäeologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 44).

Myc 5 – Mycenae, B/W photo from the Deutsches Archäeologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 1).

Myc 6 – Mycenae, B/W photo from the Deutsches Archäeologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 98).

Myc 7 – Mycenae, B/W photo from the Deutsches Archäeologisches Institut, Athen (Myken 99).

Myc 8 – Mycenae, B/W photo, Clytemnestra’s Tomb, copyright 1789 V. & N. Tombazi.

Myc 9 – Mycenae, B/W photo, Clytemnestra’s Tomb. See drawing  #68.

Myc 10 – Mycenae, two B/W postcards, Lion Gate.

 

Troy 1 – View of Troy, B/W photo, three copies, two negatives, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athens (Troja 9).

Troy 2 – View of Troy, B/W photo, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athens (Troja 7).

Troy 3 – View of Troy, B/W photo, two copies, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athens (Troja 2).

Troy 4 – View of Troy, B/W photo, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Athens (Troja 118).

Troy 5 – Plain of Troy, 1870-1873. B/ W photo of drawing.

Troy 6 – View of Troy, B/W photo of drawing.

Troy 7 – Clay kantharos from Troy, B/W photo, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no. 732.

Troy 8 – Clay spindle whorls from Troy, two B/W photos, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no no.

Troy 9 – Clay pitcher, B/W photo, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no. 402.

Troy 10 – Clay animal head handle, B/W photo, two copies, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no. 3258.

Troy 11 – Two marble shapes, B/W photo, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, nos. XI b 25, XI b 26.

Troy 12a – Two two-handled pitchers, color negative, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, nos. 661, 2023.

Troy 12b – Twelve bronze and silver pins, color negative, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

Troy 12c – Small silver ompholos bowl, color negative, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, no. 5868.

Troy 13 – Gold pins, B/W photo, Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Berlin, neg. no. 5194.

Troy 14 – Silver bowl, B/W photo, Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Berlin, neg. no. 5195.

Troy 15 – Silver bowl, B/W photo, Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Berlin, neg. no. 5195.

Troy 16 – Axe head, B/W photo, Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Berlin, neg. no. 5190.

 

Portrait 1* – Sophia Schliemann. Photograph and a drawing made from the photograph which appeared in Illustrirte Zeitung, 6 June 1891, page 613. Four copies, three negatives, B/W.

Portrait 2* – Sophia and Agamemnon Schliemann. B/W.

Portrait 3* – Sophia, Agamemnon and Andromache Schliemann. Written on back: “Not Sophia Schliemann. (Andromache Melas with her children)”. B/W.

Portrait 4 – General Alex Melas, World War II. B/W.

 

Miscellaneous 1 – “Princess of Wales and Greek flower sellers in Athens”, photograph of drawing from Illustrated London News, 5 May 1877, page 416. Two copies, B/W.

Miscellaneous 2 – Bunker in Tiergarten, Berlin, 1945. Two copies, B/W.

Miscellaneous 3 – Ground plan of Königl. Museen zu Berlin, 1913 (showing location of the Schliemann Collection rooms). B/W.

Miscellaneous 4 – B/W drawing of swastikas which appear in Poole, One Passion, Two Loves, 113, 114.

Miscellaneous 5 – Unidentified mosaic of a bee (in Iliou Melathron?). B/W.

Miscellaneous 6 – Drawing of unidentified three-legged, two handled bowl. B/W, three negatives.

Miscellaneous 7 – Church of the Twelve Apostles, Agora, Athens, 29 September 1965. Five color slides. 

 

Professional Photographs: Twenty-two 20x25 B/W unidentified photographs of street scenes, presumably in Athens (Nos. 1 – 11), an iconostasis (12), in the Greek countryside (13 – 15 ) and archaeological sites and objects (16 – 22). These appear to be professional photographs.

 

Unidentified Photographs and Slides

Unidentified 1 – Three packets of over one hundred 0.8x1.0 cm minox B/W negatives. (The miniscule size makes it very difficult to identify the images.)

Unidentified 2 – B/W photographs of three hand-written pages in English, Greek and Arabic (?) and five unidentified B/W negatives.

Unidentified 3 – B/W photograph of hand-written page.