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Box 39, Box 40, Box 41, Box 42, Box 43, Box 44, Box 45, Box 46, Box 47, Box 48, Box 49, Box 50, Box 51, Box 52, Box 53, Box 54, Box 55
Undated card files created by or for Lloyd Cotsen, probably while he was an executive at Neutrogena. The first set of cards provides details for business contacts, art and antiquity dealers, restaurants, hotels, and places of interest in various US states and cities. The next set of cards provides business contacts, art and antiquity dealers, restaurants, hotels, and places of interest in various countries. Card files also include an incomplete card catalog of purchases for Cotsen Children's Library (with gaps, G-K and U-Z are not present). A card file containing material related to Cotsen's retirement and a card file containing miscellaneous recipes are also included.
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"Dates"

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Box b-001914, Folder 2
Consists of an unbound notebook labeled by Peter Bien "Dates", which lists relevant information for each year given from 1889 to 1957. Included Bien's correspondence with editors and publishing houses regarding the publication of his book "Kazantzakis and Politics"; correspondence with Theofanis G. Stavrou, Giannēs Manōlikakēs, and Giōrgos Anemogiannēs; a xerox copy of an autograph letter to Eleni Kazantzaki signed by Peter Bien dated 1968; and a typescript of Bien's proposal for his book.
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Box b-001913, Folder 4-5
Consists of Bien's primary readings notes from primary materials including typescripts of Nikos Kazantzakis, Eleni Kazantzaki, and other writers published works with Bien's handwritten annotations; typescripts of Kazantzakis' published articles to Greek newspapers such as "Nea Ephēmeris"; an index to epistles to Galateia; There are also autograph notes by Peter Bien.
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Consists of Bien's primary readings notes including typescripts of Nikos Kazantzakis, Eleni Kazantzaki, and other writers published works with Bien's handwritten annotations; typescripts of Kazantzakis' published articles to Greek newspapers such as "Nea Ephēmeris"; an index to epistles to Galateia; There are also autograph notes by Peter Bien.
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Box 1, Folder 5
Consists of a complete set of ten color military trade cards (part of a collection of forty drawings in four series) entitled "La Guerra entre Turquia y los Estados Balkanes by the Spanish company Chocolate Pi (Colección de 40 dibujos en 4 series), on verso. Images depict miscellaneous battles between Turkey and the Balkan States; one card depicts portraits of the monarchs of the allied states. All cards are numbered (1-10) and belong to "Series A"; printed title on recto and a epxlanatory note about the depiction on verso.
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Box 1, Folder 2
Consists of two album pages with six photographs mounted recto and verso, one to three per side (21.2 x 26.8 cm) Images depict general views of the Princes' Islands and Chalkē (Heybeli (İstanbul İli)); regattas in the Princes' Islands; and four portraits with traditional costumes. Captions, number and signature in negative or cardboard in French. Signed: B. Kargopoulo, Phot.
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Box 3, Box 4
Consists of (90) black-and white lantern slides showing views of the city of Thessalonikē, a sea shore, the White Tower, panoramic views of the city after the fire, and Saint Sophia church. Included also are slides depicting scenes of daily life, such as rural people in front of a fountain, a Greek farm, woman at the loom, local women spinning cotton, peasants in the fileds, a priest standing in front of an altar, people going to a wedding, grinding wheat in a manual millstone, agricultural workers, livestock workers, group of Greek kids outside of their houses or in the fields, family portraits, man in Greek ethnic costume (foustanella), a Greek funeral; interiors of churches; a Turkish family; a Rumanian person on a horse; and stork nests on houses and trees. The majority of the lantern slides bear handwritten numbers: 1-21, 23-28, 30, 34-36, 38-39, 44-45, 47-57, 59-63, 65-83, 85-87, 89-91; the rest are unnumbered. Some of them bear handwritten titles in pen on top of the image.