This black and white photograph shows Greek, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Syrian clergymen participating in Pan-Orthodox Day services, celebrating Chicago's 100th birthday at the 1933 "A Century of Progress" World's Fair. The church served as a community-building apparatus for newly-arrived immigrants, and this event brought together Orthodox Christians to celebrate their new-found home in Chicago.
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Photograph, 1933, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/3329. Accessed 01/15/21.