Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 7 - Lot 5, Greek Shrine
Title: [Letter to Robert Steinbach re former correspondence]
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Title: Letter to Robert Steinbach re former correspondence
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 7 - Lot 5, Greek Shrine
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
Creator: Steinbach, Robert H.
Publication Date: 1971
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Volume ID: VID00020
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TED PAPPAS, AIA ARCHITECT
204 WASHINGTON STREET
TELEPHONE (904) 355-1100
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32202
February 9, 1971



Mr. Robert Steinbach
Department of State
Division of Cultural Affairs
Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board
Box 1987
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

Dear Mr. b ach:

Thank you for your letter of February 2nd with attached sketch. Also, thank
you for the letter which you initiated for Mr. Lewis. I have communicated
with the Archdiocese concerning both letters. I have this day received a
reply from Ernest Villas of the Archdiocese acknowledging the remarks of
Mr. Iewis. Ernest, also, has requested that due to some form of outdoor
dedication service to be held on April 3rd that somehow the earth mounds
could be removed from the site so that a congregation of people may par-
ticipate in the courtyard for this service. Ernest further requested the
placement of a sign on the chapel building with the following wording:

"National Greek Orthodox Memorial Shrine to be reconstructed
on this site. Greek Orthod"oDiocese of North and South America.*

What are your limitations, if any, concerning this sign, plaque or what-
ever? Should this identification be made of wood, aluminum or other
metal and what size, color...?

I would appreciate your comments on the above. Give my regards to your
family.

Sincerely,



Ted Pappas





P. S. During my last visit with you, after I left your office, I be-
came aware of the fact that I was locked in the government
building. As I saw you driving off, my only means of escape
after fifteen minutes of search was through one of the win-
dows. I would appreciate more consideration next time.




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