On the building?s second floor, the archives of the Typaldo-Iakovateio family are preserved, one of the largest and richest family archives of the Ionian Islands.  Its material provides significant information on the history of Kefalonia, the Ionian Islands, the Ionian Academy, the Theological School of Halki, the archives of which were transferred to Lixouri by KostandinoTypaldo-Iakovato, who was the first headmaster of the School.

The family?s archives have been categorized by Father George Metallino and his wife Barbara Kalogeropoulou-Metallinou.  For the convenience of researchers, there is KostandinoBoni?s catalogue ?Combined Archives.  Arrangement and study of the Archives of the Typaldou-Iakovatou families?, Yearbook of Scientific Studies and University of Athens, volume B, Athens 1970, as well as the three-volume work of Father George Metallino and Barbara Kalogeropoulou-Metallinou: ?Archives of the Theological School of the Great Church of Christ ? Sacred Theological School of Halki, Athens 1985, 1987, 2001.


More specifically, the archives include:

-The archives of the Theological School of Halki

-Iakovateion correspondence

-Collection of handscripts

-Collection of texts of the Ionian Islands (1815-1884)

-Judicial and diplomatic documents

-Collection of Ionian Island, Greek and foreign newspapers (1836-1962)

-Documents of Kefalonian interests