On May 20, 1899, the eleven women who made up the Combine were installed as the Kappa Chapter of Alpha Phi. Initiation was conducted by the only Alpha Phi's known to be on the coast: Constance Smith (Beta-Northwestern) who was teaching at Stanford; Gertrude Payne Bridgeford (Delta-Cornell) who was teaching in San Jose, and Harriet McCasky (Beta-Northwestern) who was living in Los Angeles. Iota Chapter generously lent their new sisters their pins to wear until Kappa Chapter received their own. Alpha and Iota sent telegrams of congratulations. Kappa Chapter was the first Alpha Phi chapter to be established in the west, and was the tenth Alpha Phi chapter to be established in the United States.
• The Kappa chapter was active at Stanford from 1899 to 1944. In 1944, Stanford announced to the student body that it would be discontinuing women’s sororities and that women’s housing would be unified under university supervision and ownership.
• Alpha Phi was the first sorority to be reinstalled at Stanford in 1978. They remained active until 1993.
• The Alpha Phi Association was formed on March 16, 1900 to proceed with building a house on land leased from the University. At this time, Alpha Phi was the only Stanford Sorority which owned its own house. Between 1900 and 1944, the house had two additions added to accommodate its growing membership. The Alpha Phi house was located at 17 Lasuen Street, where Braun Music Center is today. With the second addition, the house held approximately 30 women.
• 1018 Campus Drive, Stanford, California
• Gretchen Wilson Alarcon – Foundation Board
• Ruth Crellin Boutwell – International Executive Board
• Alida Vail Forsyth – International President
• Clara Earl Lanagan – International Executive Board
• Margaret Bailie MacDonough – International Executive Board
• Kathryn McCahan Millbank – International Executive Board
• Alice Morgan Roedel – International Executive Board; NPC Delegate
• May Hurlburt Smith – International Executive Board
• Mary-Christina (M.C.) Sungaila - Appellate attorney
• Kathleen Musto Morrissey - 1974 Ursa Major Award Winner
• Carol Klink Claussen -1976 Ursa Major Award Winner
• Mary-Christina (M.C.) Sungaila – 2010 Francis E. Willard Award Winner
• Rachael Flatt – 2016 Martha Foote Crow Award Winner
• Natalie Hampton – 2020 Martha Foote Crow Award Winner
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