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Old 10-27-2008, 05:20 PM
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Here is my mom's DG chapter (Eta - University of Akron). This was taken around 1970 (plus or minus 2 years).



My mom is circled on the 2nd to bottom row (towards the right).
Love love love this picture again! You look just like your mother!
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Lake Forest College - An early 1950s sorority initiation [sorority name not given] gathering at Hansenís Ivy Inn.
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Old 10-27-2008, 05:26 PM
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Pi Beta Phi - 1950s? (college not given)
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Old 10-27-2008, 05:27 PM
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University of Washington - Senior women and their mothers were honored at the Tri Delta sorority's annual Pansy Ring breakfast in this 1960's photo.
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Not sure, but I think Toots here might be a Sweetheart of Sigma Chi.
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Pine Bluff Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 1953
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Old 10-27-2008, 05:39 PM
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The first chapter of a national sorority, Sigma Kappa, was established
NC State Sorority Pledges
Sigma Kappa (Gamma Phi Chapter)
March 14, 1960
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University Archives, NCSU Libraries
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Lake Forest College - An early 1950s sorority initiation [sorority name not given] gathering at Hansenís Ivy Inn.
It's Gamma Phi Beta - you can read it on their hats
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Sam Houston State - The first annual Derby Day saw an egg race, a balloon race, and even musical buckets. The intersorority competition was sponsored by the Sigma Chi fraternity. - Alcalde 1965
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Old 10-27-2008, 07:13 PM
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In the 1950s, women had to adhere to a strict dress code. Sigma Chi Derby Day was an event where women could wear Bermuda shorts. - The GW Hatchet (The George Washington University)
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Looking at pictures of collegiates in the 60's and earlier, I always think that they look so much "older" than the collegians of today esp. when it seems like the guys and girls always look like they are ready for church.
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This is from Alpha Delta Pi's Loyally, Vol. I. I know we discussed whistles at one time, and I mentioned that I had seen a list of them from 1907. Here it is - sorry the resolution isn't better:





If anyone objects to this, as being part of ritual, please let me know. As it was published, I figured it was no big secret.
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