Early Alpha Phis

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17th Convention Attendees Group Photograph, 1902

Attendees at the 1902 Convention in Ann Arbor, Michigan, pose together on a porch.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1902

Abby B. Bates to Bertha Holden Letter, October 29, 1883

Bates writes from Boston University, where a local group hopes to become a chapter of Alpha Phi and expects to send a petition soon. The group would become Eta Chapter.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Oct 29th, 1883

Alpha Chapter Class of 1896 Cabinet Card, c. 1896

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1896

Beta Chapter Members Riding in Sleigh Cabinet Card, c. 1894

Beta Chapter members (front seat) Eleanor Reeves Weir, Flay Smith, (back seat) Winifred Smith Harris, and Ethel Grey Scott ride in a sleigh on Chicago Avenue just south of Davis Street in Evanston, Illinois.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1894

Burdette, Higham, Hancock, and Williams Photograph, June 1922

Alpha Phi Founders Clara Burdette, Jane Higham, Louise Hancock, and Clara Williams pose together outside.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jun 1922

Clara B. Burdette to All of You Letter, June 26, 1914

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jun 26th, 1914

Clara Sittser and Rena Michaels Tintype Photograph

Founders Clara Sittser (left) and Rena Michaels (right) pose together.

Collection: Archive Collection
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Convention Attendees in Front of Willard Hall Cabinet Card, October 1900

Attendees at the 1900 Convention pose together on the steps of Willard Hall on the campus of Northwestern University.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Oct 1900

Cora Rhodes Henry to Alpha Phis Everywhere, April 23, 1974

Henry, an early Alpha Chapter member, writes about the first Alpha Chapter house and chapter life at the turn of the century.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Apr 23rd, 1974

Dr. Burdette, 98, Dies: Oldest S.U. Graduate Newspaper Clipping, c. January 1954

This article discusses the life and death of Dr. Clara Bradley Burdette, one of the founders of Alpha Phi.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jan 1954

Florence Chidester Photograph

Collection: Archive Collection
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Florence Nottingham Photograph, c. 1899

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1899

Four Beta Chapter Members Cabinet Card, c. 1885

Of particular interest in this image is that three of the four women are wearing their Alpha Phi badges.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1885

Grace Hubbell Cabinet Card, c. 1876

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1876

Grace Latimer Cabinet Card, c. 1884-1887

Grace Latimer (Merrick) served as Fraternity President from 1890-1891.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1884 - 1887

Ida Gilbert Cabinet Card, c. 1876

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1876

Ida Gilbert Houghton in Fur Coat Picture Postcard

Collection: Archive Collection
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Jane Higham Cabinet Card, c. 1876

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1876

Jennie DeRemer Thorburn Cabinet Card

Jennie Thorburn (Sanford) served as Fraternity President 1887-1888.

Collection: Archive Collection
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Jennie M. Foote to Alpha Chapter Letter, January 17, 1883

On behalf of Beta Chapter, Foote writes about the chapter's recruitment success and activities such as a sleigh ride. She also discusses installing new chapters.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jan 17th, 1883