Greek letter societies
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The Eugene Campbell Barker Papers, 1785, 1812-1959, consist of materials relating to the scholarship, research, and teaching of Texas history by the University of Texas historian and educator. The materials relate to Barker's role in the development of the Texas State Historical Association and other organizations.
Roy Bedichek (1878-1959) was a naturalist, educator, writer, and director of the University (of Texas) Interscholastic League from 1914-1948. The Roy Bedichek Papers, 1897-1959, 2003, document his studies of ornithology, botany, wildlife, and conservation, history and philosophy and include literary productions, correspondence, and business records.
Fritz Dyer of Houston, Texas, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1907. He was an active member of the Epsilon Chapter of the Sigma Nu Fraternity. The papers contain a letter written by Dyer to fraternity brothers regarding a new fraternity house.
Comprising speeches and a letter, the John Charles Harris Papers, 1906-1909, document Harris’s career as an attorney and his community and social involvement.
The Royce Studio Photographs consist of negatives and accompanying proof prints from Austin’s Royce Studios, circa 1960-1970. A portion of the photographs in the archive were likely made for fraternities and sororities at the University of Texas.
Comprising correspondence, survey records, blueprints and plans, financial records, minutes, legal papers, clippings, printed material, and a record book, the Smith family papers, 1893-1979, document the interests and property of Bettie Margaret Smith, as well as the lives of her parents Floyd and Jewell Smith, and grandparents A. J. and B. G. Smith.
The UT Alpha Lambda Delta/Phi Eta Sigma Records contain printed material such as programs and handbooks, scripts, correspondence, meeting minutes, roll books, certificates, and other documents that chronicle the history and activities of the freshman honors organization(s) at the University of Texas at Austin from 1927 to 1992.
Scrapbook documenting the founding of the Alpha Rho Chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity by Frank Dominguez, President elect. Contains a list of charter members, minutes of meetings, correspondence, constitution, and by-laws.
The UT Dean of Women Records contains correspondence, memoranda, notes, pamphlets, proceedings and minutes, financial statements, reports, scrapbooks, clippings, application blanks, bibliographies, and other material documenting the duties and activities of the Dean of Women’s office at the University of Texas at Austin. Materials range in date from 1911 to 1973, and the bulk of the collection falls between 1920 and 1970.
A scrapbook, correspondence, and printed material compose the UT Gamma Phi Beta Sorority Collection, 1922-2005, which documents the social life and accomplishments of sorority members and administration of the University of Texas at Austin’s Alpha Zeta Chapter of the Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority.