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1892 Syros directory
1892 Syros directory
J. Calvocoressi is listed in the 1892-93 Syros business directory 
 
2
1899 Athens directory
1899 Athens directory
Miltiade Negropontes was president of the editorial board of the "Revue Velocipedique et Athletique d'Orient," Athens, 1899. 
 
3
1899 Athens directory
1899 Athens directory
M. Negropontis was on the board of the Music Society of Athens, 1899. 
 
4
1899 Athens directory
1899 Athens directory
Etienne Franghiadis was on the board of the Piraeus-Athens-Pelopenesia railroad company, 1899 [Repeated in 1905 directory]. 
 
5
1899 Athens directory
1899 Athens directory
Stephen Franghiades was a member of the board of the Bank of Athens, 1899. 
 
6
1900 Syros directory
1900 Syros directory
Jacob Mavrogordato is listed as a banker, Syros, 1900. 
 
7
1904 Piraeus directory
1904 Piraeus directory
Sfetsos Agelastos and Co., wholesale coal merchants, is listed in the business directory [also 1905 directory, Philon Street]. 
 
8
1905 Athens City Directory Listing
1905 Athens City Directory Listing
A 1905 Athens city directory, p 550, includes an entry that could be this man. 
 
9
Living
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld. 
 
10
1905 Athens directory
1905 Athens directory
Miltiade Negropontis is listed among the directors of the Oriental Bank, Athens, 1905. 
 
11
1905 Athens phone directory
1905 Athens phone directory
M. Negroponte is listed for phone no. 76 in the 1905 Athens phonebook (in French). 
 
12
1905 Athens phone directory
1905 Athens phone directory
This man may be listed for phone no. 1 in the 1905 Athens phonebook. 
 
13
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
Jean G. Calvocoressi is listed as the Italian consular agent for Syros. 
 
14
1905 Athens directory
1905 Athens directory
G. Empedocles was the director general of the Empedocles Bank, Athens, 1905; D. Petrocochinos, his brother-in-law, was a director. 
 
15
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
He is listed as the German consul general for Greece. 
 
16
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
J. Calvocoressi owned the Hermes, 1047 tonnage. 
 
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1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
Paul N. [sic] Negroponte has a display ad as steamship owner and broker. 
 
18
1905 Athens directory
1905 Athens directory
G. M. Mavrogordato was Greek consul (2nd class) in Livorno [Leghorn]. Unlikely this man, as he was by this time a British citizen. 
 
19
1905 Athens directory
1905 Athens directory
Negrepontis, Church Street, is listed under physicians. 
 
20
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
1905 Athens directory (Cyclades)
N. Calvocoressts [sic] is listed as as a fabric merchant. 
 
21
1915 Athens directory
1915 Athens directory
This man may be among those listed in the 1915 Athens city directory 
 
22
1915 Athens directory II
1915 Athens directory II
He is listed in another 1915 Athens city directory 
 
23
Living
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld. 
 
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Living
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld. 
 
25
1920 Athens directory
1920 Athens directory
He is listed in the 1920 Athens city directory. George Agelastos reports:

An article in the Chios newspaper I Alithia (The truth), 19 Jan 2010, describes important Athens buildings built and/or owned by wealthy (and noble!) Chiots. One of these was the "Miltiades Negroponte building" at the most central (and noblest!) place of Athens: at Syntagma (Constitution) Square, directly opposite the Greek Parliament which formerly was the King's Palace. That building (it still existed in the 1950s but has been replaced by a modern one) was situated at the corner Amalias/Othonos St. It must have been a quite big building with numerous flats and business facilities in the ground floor. It probably had two entrances, one from Amalias and another from Othonos Street.

George concludes: these two addresses "12 Othonos St" and "4 Amalias St" found in the 1915, 1921 and 1933 directories were both in the same building, owned by Miltiades Negroponte. This might also mean (possibly but not necessarily) that all persons listed as living or having their business in that building (Miltiades & daughter Helen, St[ylianos?] Negroponte as well as M. Agelasto) were in some way related to each other. 
 
26
1921 Athens directory
1921 Athens directory
M. Negroponte is listed as a lawyer in the 1921 Athens city directory. George Agelastos reports:

An article in the Chios newspaper I Alithia (The truth), 19 Jan 2010, describes important Athens buildings built and/or owned by wealthy (and noble!) Chiots. One of these was the "Miltiades Negroponte building" at the most central (and noblest!) place of Athens: at Syntagma (Constitution) Square, directly opposite the Greek Parliament which formerly was the King's Palace. That building (it still existed in the 1950s but has been replaced by a modern one) was situated at the corner Amalias/Othonos St. It must have been a quite big building with numerous flats and business facilities in the ground floor. It probably had two entrances, one from Amalias and another from Othonos Street.

George concludes: these two addresses "12 Othonos St" and "4 Amalias St" found in the 1915, 1921 and 1933 directories were both in the same building, owned by Miltiades Negroponte. This might also mean (possibly but not necessarily) that all persons listed as living or having their business in that building (Miltiades & daughter Helen, St[ylianos?] Negroponte as well as M. Agelasto) were in some way related to each other. 
 
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1928 Athens directory
1928 Athens directory
He is listed in the 1928 Athens city directory. George Agelastos reports:

An article in the Chios newspaper I Alithia (The truth), 19 Jan 2010, describes important Athens buildings built and/or owned by wealthy (and noble!) Chiots. One of these was the "Miltiades Negroponte building" at the most central (and noblest!) place of Athens: at Syntagma (Constitution) Square, directly opposite the Greek Parliament which formerly was the King's Palace. That building (it still existed in the 1950s but has been replaced by a modern one) was situated at the corner Amalias/Othonos St. It must have been a quite big building with numerous flats and business facilities in the ground floor. It probably had two entrances, one from Amalias and another from Othonos Street.

George concludes: these two addresses "12 Othonos St" and "4 Amalias St" found in the 1915, 1921 and 1933 directories were both in the same building, owned by Miltiades Negroponte. This might also mean (possibly but not necessarily) that all persons listed as living or having their business in that building (Miltiades & daughter Helen, St[ylianos?] Negroponte as well as M. Agelasto) were in some way related to each other. 
 
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Living
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld. 
 


  

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