JJ19A Interior shot, large group in five rows. Two women in second row. This and JJ24A show sizeable groups of fifty or so people which may also record the "Party fraction" of the commune. In both of these, women are placed in the centre of the first seated row. One of these is Irini Skalidhu, from Volos, the other is most probably Elektra Apostolu from Athens. Irini Skalidhu identified herself in this and other photos in the archive when she talked briefly to me in 1992 about her two years in prison and subsequent exile on Anafi from March 1937. She also appears in photographs recording the celebration of Independence Day on 25 March 1941, a few weeks before the Italian garrison arrived on Anafi (see MM5).