College sorority members
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the records of the Epsilon Gamma Chapter of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority at the University of Denver, founded in 1928 and lasting on campus until 2008. This collection is comprised largely of 13 individual scrapbooks donated by sorority members, as well as several boxes of foldered records.
Black and white prints and a color slide of the Alpha Chi Omega house at the University of Denver, including a group portrait of the sorority members in front of the house.
Black and white contact sheets and prints; and color prints of the Alpha Gamma Delta houses at the University of Denver, including a group portrait of sorority members in front of the house.
Black and white negatives, contact sheets, and prints; and color prints related to the Delta Zeta house at the University of Denver, including a group portrait of sorority members in front of the house.
In this series, box contains one matted chapter photo from 1900, one framed chapter photo from 1904 and a folder of assorted memorabilia items including photo postcards (1910 and undated), two play programs put on Gamma Phi Beta ("The Fifteenth of January," 1910 and "The Dream That Came True," 1912), and a handwritten chapter roll for 1907.
In this series, box contains several chapter photos with members identified (1900 and 1904), a hand-written chapter roll (1907) and a several undated but more recent officer lists. Box also contains a 1989 scholarship booklet put together by member Connie Haag to help pledges with their college studies.