The collection contains correspondence, photographs, phonographs, cablegrams, telegrams, dissertations, research papers, holiday
cards, paintings, clippings/articles, bound volumes, ephemera, financial records, framed items, legal documents, manuscripts,
maps/charts, minutes, newspapers, publications, pamphlets, books, journals, research materials, speeches, subject files, examinations,
academic essays, scholarly monographs, address books, receipts, lectures, research papers, academic conference programs, memoranda,
statements, resolutions, invitations, educational materials, conference programs, editorials, congressional reports, writings,
business records, contracts, brochures, radio transcripts, exhibit plans, and blueprints pertaining to the educational and
professional life of Basil John Vlavianos.
Basil John Vlavianos (1903 – 1994) was an international lawyer, professor of diplomatic history, businessman, human rights
activist, journalist, and publisher.1903 – On January 16, 1903, Basil John Vlavianos was born in Athens, Greece.
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