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Deanna Parker and Lori Abrams at Alpha Chapter House, c. 1990s

Denna Parker and Lori Abrams pose with an Alpha Chapter member at a party at the Alpha Chapter House.

Collection: Alpha Phi Digitization Days Collection
Date: 1990

Edith Loveland to Unknown Letter, c. 1960s

Edith Loveland writes to an unknown recipient with a list of items to be kept from the first Alpha Chapter house in Syracuse, New York prior to its demolition.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1960 - 1969

Ella Brewer to Alpha Phi Letter, February 7, 1970

Ella Brewer sends a report regarding the keepsake gavels made from the original Alpha Chapter house. The report is also available, as well as a reply to this letter from LaVerne N. Harvey.

Collection: Object Collection
Date: Feb 7th, 1970

Epsilon Chi Chapter Alpha Phi Memorabilia Scrapbook, Page 16

This page contains four photographs of the first Alpha Phi chapter house.

Collection: Epsilon Chi Chapter Scrapbook Collection
Date:

Epsilon Chi Chapter Alpha Phi Memorabilia Scrapbook, Page 17

This page contains four photographs of the first chapter house and its artifacts.

Collection: Epsilon Chi Chapter Scrapbook Collection
Date:

Erwin Methodist Church Plans Dinner in Memory of Founder Newspaper Clipping, 1912

This article discusses plans for a memorial dinner in honor of Reverend James Erwin, founder of the Erwin Methodist Church in Syracuse, New York.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1912

Eva L. Harrison Biography Card

This biography card features information about Alpha Chapter alumna Eva L. Harrison's family, college career, time serving Alpha Phi, and death.

Collection: Archive Collection
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First Alpha Chapter House Bannister Segment, 1886

This bannister segment is a keepsake from the first Alpha Phi chapter house staircase.

Collection: Object Collection
Date:

First Alpha Chapter House Gavel, 1886

This commemorative gavel is made out of wood from the first Alpha Phi chapter house staircase.

Collection: Object Collection
Date:

First Alpha Chapter House Photograph

Collection: Archive Collection
Date:

First Alpha Chapter House Staircase Photograph

The staircase in the original Alpha chapter house at Syracuse University. When this house was demolished, commemorative gavels were created out of the wood from this staircase and given to each chapter.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date:

First Chapter House Photograph

This black and white photograph features Alpha Chapter's original chapter house.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date:

First Sorority House Doomed Newspaper Clipping, January 7, 1962

This article discusses the original Alpha Chapter house at 207 University Place - the first sorority chapter house in the country - and its likely demolition by Syracuse University. The majority of the article details the construction of the house in 1887. The article includes a current photograph of the outside of the house and a historical photograph of the parlor.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jan 7th, 1962

First Sorority House Doomed: Former Alpha Phi Home to be Demolished Newspaper Clipping, Continued, January 7, 1962

This article is about the planned demolition of the first chapter house of Alpha Phi Fraternity in Syracuse, New York. It includes a brief history of the building.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jan 7th, 1962

First Sorority House Doomed: Former Alpha Phi Home to be Demolished Newspaper Clipping, January 7, 1962

This article is about the planned demolition of the first chapter house of Alpha Phi Fraternity in Syracuse, New York. It includes a brief history of the building.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jan 7th, 1962

First Women's Greek Letter Society in U.S. Originated Here Newspaper Clipping, October 18, 1953

This article describes the history of Alpha Chapter and includes six photographs from recent chapter events.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Oct 18th, 1953

Fortieth Anniversary of the Founding of Alpha Phi Program, October 11, 1912

This program for the 1912 Alpha Phi 40th Anniversary Event features a list of toasts and Alpha Chapter initiates. The program also includes a photograph of the Alpha Chapter house.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Oct 11th, 1912

Grace Latimer Merrick to Alpha Sister Letter, 1903

Alpha Chapter alumna Grace Latimer Merrick asks for donations to help pay off the Alpha Chapter house debt.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1903

J.K. to Unidentified Letter, December 8, 1992

An unknown author writes to an unidentified recipient about a photograph from a recruitment party held by Alpha Chapter in Syracuse University. A copy of the photograph is also available in the collection.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Dec 8th, 1992

James Erwin to Maude Letter, June 11, 1884

James Erwin, founder of the Erwin Methodist Church, writes to an unknown recipient about renting his home to Alpha Chapter members in Syracuse, New York.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jun 11th, 1884