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Collection Title
Greek Art Printing Company Collection
Collection Identifier
NHM26
Extent
36 Boxes
Related Entities
Biographical Note
The Greek Art Printing Company was founded in 1912 by Aristotle Damianos. The business was originally located at 810 West Jackson Boulevard in Chicago's Greektown neighborhood. Damianos later moved the company to Glenview, Illinois. Aristotle's son, John, inherited the business from his father. John was born in 1931. The Greek Art Printing Company was responsible for the printing of a wide range of materials, including wedding invitations, invoices, flyers, programs, letterhead, etc., for Greek and non-Greek businesses, organizations, institutions, and individuals in the Chicago area, and elsewhere.

For additional information:
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1991-05-10-9102110358-story.html
http://www.buzzfile.com/business/Chicago-Menu-Co-847-724-8860
https://www.archives.com/1940-census/aristotle-damianos-il-87446615
Access Restrictions
Open for research without restrictions. Permission to publish or reproduce materials in this collection must be secured from the National Hellenic Museum Collections & Archives Department.
Source of Acquisition
Donated by John Damianos on September 22, 2008.