image courtesy of Gilbert Foucault
The information on the back of this photograph informs us of the following: Second Pilgrimage, directed by D. Camilleri, curate of Boudja, May 22, 1898
image courtesy of Gilbert Foucault
image courtesy of Gilbert Foucault
Pilgrimage of priests including father Jung second from left, no date, before 1900 - (courtesy of Bill Quatman from the American Society of Ephesus).
image courtesy of George Galdies
The mainly French and Armenian-Catholic nuns who were running the French hospital on excursions, to the classical ruins of Ephesus and image below: to Mary’s house at Ephesus again in 1932.
image courtesy of George Galdies
image courtesy of Roland Richichi
Pilgrims from Izmir on route to Mary’s house at Ephesus in 1951. The second person on the left is Dora Stabile, later / now married to Robert Balladur who used to work at the French Consulate-General. The couple on the right with the gentleman smoking a pipe were August and Marie Portelli Stabile, her parents - information courtesy of George Galdies & Marina Corsini. The young man holding the umbrella is Roland Richichi, information from himself.
image courtesy of George Galdies
Photo from a 1945 (circa) 15 August pilgrimage to what is now Meryem Ana, these were mostly the parishioners and choristers of the French Hospital chapel. Mr. Stabile had an excellent base voice - full sized image with identified names.
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Soeur Agnese? Soeur Marguerite Seour Louise? M. (Pere) Euzet Livio Missir Augustus Stabile Mgr Descuffi ... Cassano? Marie-Loise (Lily) Fevola Martha Fevola Violetta Ventura Mary Aicolina Irene ...? Catrina Ventura Dora Stabile Paola DiLernia(?) Maria Portelli Stabile(?) M. (Pere) St.Germain