After a sudden and life-threatening flight from Turkey, Near East Relief orphans found a new home in an ancient city.
It was a paradisiacal setting with very real dangers. Learn how the orphans of Corinth overcame the odds — with the help of two incredible women.
In which assumptions are questioned, first impressions are revisited, and the mystery is revealed. Your Museum Detective is about to have an Epiphany.
How do we unravel the mysteries that we find in our archives? NERHS Director/Curator continues our crash course in museum detective work.
How do we unravel the mysteries that we find in our archives? NERHS Director/Curator gives a crash course in museum detective work.
In 1923, Greece agreed to accept more than 16,000 Near East Relief orphans after the evacuation from Turkey. Many of those orphans built a new home (literally) on the beautiful island of Syra.