Various personal documents

GR-OF CA CA-SF02-S02-F25

FILE DESCRIPTION

IDENTITY AREA

REFERENCE CODE:
Records the unique identifier that has been appointed to the unit of description by the archivists, in order to facilitate references made to the fonds on an international level.
GR-OF CA CA-SF02-S02-F25
TITLE:
Records the name of the unit of description.
Various personal documents
DATE(S):
Identifies the date of creation of the unit of description.
1849-1933
LEVEL OF DESCRIPTION:
Identifies the level of arrangement of the unit of description (fonds, sub-fonds, series, sub-series, file, sub-file, item).
File
EXTENT AND MEDIUM:
Records the extent of the unit of description. In case of an item description, it records the exact dimensions of the item.

8 sub-files (193 items)

CONTEXT AREA

NAME OF CREATOR(S):
Identifies the author or the creator of the unit of description.

CONTENT AND STRUCTURE AREA

SCOPE AND CONTENT:
Provides a summary of the scope (such as, time periods, geography) and content of the unit of description.

Sub-file 1 contains documents of legal nature. Sub-file 2 contains manuscripts regarding the poet’s family and its members, covering the period from the 18th century to the times of C. P. Cavafy; it also includes family trees. Sub-file 3 contains notes of financial content, pertaining to Cavafy and written by himself. Sub-file 4 includes handwritten notes by Cavafy, of personal nature. Sub-file 5 contains items pertaining to the poet’s immediate family. Sub-file 6 contains ephemera (business cards, theatre programmes, etc.). Sub-file 7 contains printed media (newspapers and journals) and Press clippings. Sub-file 8 contains works by third parties.

SYSTEM OF ARRANGEMENT:
Provides information on the processing, the internal structure, the order and the system of classification of the fonds.

The items inside each thematic sub-file have been arranged in chronological order.

CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE AREA

LANGUAGE AND SCRIPT NOTES:
Identifies the language(s) and script(s) employed in the unit of description.

The majority of the documents is written in Greek and English, while some are written in French.