Alpha Chi Omega

DIGITAL HISTORY

Kappa

Kappa chapter was founded at University of Wisconsin - Madison in Madison, Wisconsin on December 18, 1903.

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Kappa Chapter Composite Cabinet Card, 1911

Each woman is individually identified on the back of the cabinet card.

Winifred Mount to Fay Kent Letter, June 15, 1911

Winifred Van Buskirk Newby (Zeta, New England Conservatory) sends Fay Barnaby Kent (Delta, Allegheny College) a description of her trip to Iowa City for the installation of Sigma (University of Iowa) chapter.

Vital Data: Marriages, November 1948

Alpha Chi Omega members who have recently gotten married are listed, along with their husbands, by chapter.

Vital Data: Births, November 1948

Alpha Chi Omega members who have recently given birth are listed, often with their husband and new baby's names, by chapter.

Directory of Alpha Chi Omega, November 1948

This directory lists the names and addresses of Fraternity leaders, including members of the National Council, standing committees, province leaders, alumnae district leaders and alumnae state chairmen. It also lists each collegiate chapter along with its president and alumnae advisor and each alumnae chapter or club with its president and meeting information.

Life Loyal, Fall 2015

This page lists Alpha Chis who have joined the Life Loyal program between April 1 and June 30, 2015.

In Memoriam, Fall 2015

This list provides the names of Alpha Chi Omegas who have passed away since the last issue of The Lyre.

Alpha Chi Omega State Luncheon Program, May 9, 1931

The program, which features a golf theme, includes a list of the day's events, a menu for the luncheon and a list of the committee chairmen.

Charter Members of the DuPage County Alumnae Club Signatures List, April 20, 1937

Minutes of the First Grand Council Meeting, August 25-28, 1903

These minutes from the First Grand Council meeting, held in Albion, Michigan, in 1903, include reports from the grand treasurer, Grand President and editor of The Lyre. Of particular note are the precarious financial situation of The Lyre, plans for voting at the 1903 Inter-Sorority Conference, the establishment of alumnae chapters and the decision to revoke the charter of Eta (Bucknell University) chapter due to inactivity.