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Willard, Frances Elizabeth

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A Great Loss to American Womanhood, c. February 18, 1898

This article discusses the life and death of Frances Willard.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Feb 18th, 1898

A Story of the Founding of Alpha Phi, October 16, 1897

Founder Martha Foote Crow details the founding of Alpha Phi on the 25th anniversary of the Fraternity.

Collection: Beta Epsilon Chapter Scrapbook Collection
Date: Oct 16th, 1897

Alpha Phi Comes to Villanova University

This article discusses the installation of Eta Epsilon Chapter at Villanova University. This article includes three photographs from the installation.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1987

Beta Epsilon Chapter Scrapbook, 1963-1966, Page 74

This page contains five newspaper clippings on Beta Epsilon Chapter member and alumnae activities.

Collection: Beta Epsilon Chapter Scrapbook Collection
Date: Nov 7th, 1965 - Dec 26th, 1965

Frances Willard Cabinet Card

Frances Willard, initiated in 1875, was the first alumna initiate of Alpha Phi.

Collection: Archive Collection

Frances Willard Postage Stamp, 1940

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1940

Lake Bluff Leaflet, No. 1, August 8-22, 1882

This leaflet provides the statement of views and platform of the 1882 Lake Bluff Convocation, a meeting of temperance leaders from across the country led by Frances Willard. It also includes two articles, one written by Willard and the other by A.J. Jutkins.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Aug 8th, 1882 - Aug 22nd, 1882

Seasons, Fall 1999

This issue of the Alpha Phi Foundation newsletter features an article on Beta Beta Chapter alumna Susan Brink Sherratt, a member of the Alpha Phi Foundation Board of Directors.

Collection: Beta Beta Chapter Archive Collection
Date: 1999

Talk on Late 19th Century Couple to Be Featured Newspaper Clipping

This article announces a lecture on Rev. Robert and Clara Burdette hosted by the Huntington Westerners. It includes biographical information on Founder Clara Bradley Wheeler Baker Burdette.

Collection: Archive Collection