A black-and-white photographic print showing three men in front of an ornately carved wall. All three men are wearing tuxedos. The man on the far left is sitting down and wearing dark glasses. He is facing away from the camera and towards the other men. The man next to him is wearing several medals, including three on his chest and at least one around his neck. The man to the right of him is standing at a podium with a microphone and appears to be speaking. He is wearing glasses, and there is an eye patch covering his left eye. Writing on the back identifies the picture has being from the Greek Parapis[?] Dinner in the 1950's and lists the men as being "Pierre De Mets", "Louis Kuchuris", and "Col Reilly".
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Photograph, 1950s, Pierre Austin De Mets Papers, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/3646. Accessed 01/17/21.