A black and white photograph of three sitting men, and four standing men. They are dressed in formal suits with vests and ties. The men in thr front row have their legs cross, the men in the backrow have their hands resting on the shoulders of the men seated in front of them. All of the men have dark hair, the two seated men on the ends both have moustaches.
Photos donated by Frances and George Flambouras. This photograph shows railroad workers in formal pose for portrait. It is dated from 1912, around the time that railroads were being built across the nation.
George A. Flambouras (Flames), veteran U.S. Army WWII. George was one of the founding members of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in Des Plaines, IL, he was a member of the St. John's Thespian Comedy Group
Frances served the children of Des Plaines School District No. 62 for 23 years and was one of the founding members of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in Des Plaines
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Photograph, 1912, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/3779. Accessed 03/29/20.