There are a good number of publications that are written about and by people in the family and the broader family too.

We share their publications, books, articles, poems and writings with affection.


Romaniote Jewish Community of New York

An article published in the Journal of Modern Hellenism, Numbers 23-24/Winter 2006-2007 by Marcia Haddad Ikonomopoulos

This paper describes the Romaniote Jews who lived in Greece for over 2,300 years.

Oscar Colchamiro

Uncle Oscar served in the Army during World War II.  He was stationed in India and China. He compiled an album of his time in the these countries.  

The PDF of My Trip Overseas to the Orient is 119 pages.

Terry Landau

Aunt Terry enjoyed writing poetry. She and her family were musical too. She took her family to Ioannina which she chronicled in a family diary. She also wrote about her parents.

Kehila Kedosha Janina Synagogue & Museum

The synagogue’s library houses an extensive collection of books on Greek Jewry, written in English, Hebrew, Greek, French and Italian, and it has the largest collection of English-language books on Greek Jewry in the world, all for sale though its website and gift shop

Oscar Colchamiro

During his time in India and China, Uncle Oscar took many photographs. This is a photo album of his time in India and China.

This PDF of photos is 52 pages. A history well worth exploring 

Rae Dalven

Rae Dalven was a Romaniote author. She is best known for her translations and for her books and plays about the Jews of Ioannina. She was a professor of Modern Greek literature at NYU, where a prize is offered in her name.
Born: April 25, 1904, Preveza, Greece

Died: July 30, 1992, New York, NY

Education: New York University

Books*: The Jews of Ioannina

*Book available at Kehila Kedosha Janina Bookstore, link to order.

Sarah Burakoff

Aunt Sarah was a prolific writer in her later years.  She published several books which are available on under Sarah Burakoff, which the button below will take you to.  Some of her books and others ebooks.  Either way, enjoy the writing of Aunt Sarah



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