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Repayment Book - ICEM Migrants Loan Fund, Issued to Golfo Kapetanou, 1966 Document Reg. No: HT 7385

Summary:
ICEM (Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration) Migrants Loan Fund repayment book. The repayment book was made out to a Golfo Kapetanou who migrated to Australia with ICEM loan assistance from Greece on flight Miqan 15/545 circa 1966.

The instalment butts indicate that Golfo made the required 14 x $6 loan repayments (totalling $84), although most seem to have been made as a single repayment on 1 September 1967. The early repayments were stamped as made in Northcote; the later large repayment in Clayton.
Description:
ICEM Migrants Loan Fund repayment book. Long thin cheque book format with stapled end. Inside cover and first page contain payment instructions in English and Greek. the front cover lists details of the lender and instalment details, 14 monthly payments of $6 to Commonwealth Bank of Australia, from 1 June 1966 to 1 July 1967. The book contains 14 payment butts indicating amount paid ($6) and date of payment stamped. Butts 4-14 were all paid on 1 September 1967.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mary Ephraums, 2004
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 9.00 cm (Height), 27.60 cm (Width)

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Tagged with: immigration, assisted immigration, greek communities, greek immigration, migration settlement, post war migration
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Settlement - Banking & Finance
Tertiary Classification: financial records
Inscriptions: Text: I.C.E.M. MIGRANTS LOAN FUND/FULL NAME KAPETANOU GOLFO IDENTIFICATION No. 55936/SHIP MIQAN NOM. ROLL No. 65/187 CATEGORY WOMAN TRAINEE/REPAYMENT BOOK.
Issued To: Golfo Kapetanou, Victoria, Australia, Jun 1966
Issued By: Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, Jun 1966

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