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GR-OF CA SING-S02-F06-SF001-0010 (1310)
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“Irthes arga”, “Tou iliou ta filia”
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LEVEL OF DESCRIPTION:
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EXTENT AND MEDIUM:
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FORMER REFERENCE CODE:
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NAME OF CREATOR(S):
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CONTENT AND STRUCTURE AREA
SCOPE AND CONTENT:
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Two handwritten poems by Rica Singopoulo (“Irthes arga”, “Tou iliou ta filia”) on one side of two sheets. Numbers “1” and “2 are noted. Cancellation in one of the two poems. Handwritten notes in the margin (possibly addressed to the publisher).
CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE AREA
LANGUAGE AND SCRIPT NOTES:
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Plain paper. Black ink and pencil. Watermark: Aero Bank J.R.F. Physical item wear: oxidations; small holes.
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The item is inserted in a double sheet notepaper with information regarding its publication in the journal Alexandrini Techni (1927).
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The poems by Singopoulo were published in Alexandrini Techni 2, year I (January 1927), p. 4.
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