NameStylianos Solon Ioannis ‘Solon’ (Ioannis) Vlasto, G Grandson
Birth1852
Birth MemoOr 1853.
Death29 Sep 1927, Bures-Morainvilliers, France
Death MemoSee: 'The Atlantis' newspaper, New York.
BurialSt Germain-en-Laye, France
EducationSyros and Athens.
Note 1Aged 18 spent two years with his uncle George in Galatz in Romania. Settled in New York. Co-founder with his brother Dimitrios of the Atlantis Press and publishing house, New York, 1894. Preserved the independence of the Greek Orthodox church in New York.
Note 2Known as Solon J. Vlasto. Presumably he is the Stylianos Vlasto whose name appears on a small plaque associated with his uncle’s tomb at the First Cemetery, Athens: and if so he appears to have had a wife Titika.
Note 3Contopoulos discusses this man’s New York business career, from his arrival in 1873, and his efforts as publisher of the Atlantis (1894-1927) which made him, arguably, the most influential Greek-American at the turn of the century.
Marriage?
SpouseTitika [Vlasto] !
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Note 1Her identity is suggested by a small plaque naming Stylianos Vlasto and associated with his uncle’s tomb at the First Cemetery, Athens: and if so he appears to have had a wife Titika.
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