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Dora Triantos with Gus Varellas, 1930s65 viewsOutside of the Triantos home at 54 Verona Place. San Francisco Greek Historical Society.
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Uncle George Varellas, 1950s54 viewsCooking at the old Holy Trinity Church, 345 7th Street. Uncle George (1888-1972) immigrated to San Francisco in 1905. San Francisco Greek Historical Society.
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George Varellas, Triantos sisters, 193163 viewsMaking wine at the Triantos home, 54 Verona Placee. San Francisco Greek Historical Society.
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Gus Varellas, August 193970 viewsIn front of his restaurant, the Parcel Post Café, 115 Mission Street. San Francisco Greek Historical Society.
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Parcel Post Cafe Business Card, 1940s53 viewsThe Parcel Post Café, 115 Mission Street, was owned by Gus Varellas. He later gave up the restaurant business and became an electrician at the Emporium department store.
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Palace Lunch, 715 3rd Street.57 viewsPainter updating the signage on the Palace Lunch, 715 3rd Street, San Francisco. This restaurant was owned by Jim and George Varellas. San Francisco Greek Historical Society.
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Jim, Gus, and George Varellas with their uncle George Varellas, 1930s70 views(standing) Jim, Gus, and George Varellas. Seated is their uncle George Varellas. George and Jim Varellas owned the Palace Lunch located at 715 3rd Street. Gus owned the Parcel Post Café before giving up the restaurant business and becoming an electrician at the Emporium. The Varellas family was from Mari, Arcadias.
 
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