Greek letter societies
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains miscellaneous correspondence, announcements of those killed in the service, directories of national officers and alumnae chapters and alphabetical and geographical rosters of members. Also included is the following publications: Alumni News (1934-1956).
This collection is comprised of invitations, programs, fliers, and reports. The documents in this collection describe annual conventions, the Boston Chapter's various events, award and annual dinners and memorial services. Also included is a report of the National Council meeting and a fiftieth Anniversary celebration program.
This collection contains annual convention lists of delegates, correspondence, proceedings, a Book of Ritual, reports and membership certificates. The documents in this collection describe general fraternity business and membership insurance benefits. Of special interest to researchers will be the correspondence and fraternity notices concerning the Immigration Laws of 1912.
The collection contains correspondence concerning membership and humanitarian awards and informational fliers and pamphlets. Also included are the following publications: B’rith Sholom News (1959) and Message from National (1967).
This collection contains an annual journal, fraternity constitutions, convention proceedings, 125th anniversary journal (1974), and a standard ritual pamphlet. Publications consist of: 130 Years of Progress (1979), 131 – 135 Years of Progress (1980-1984), and The Reporter (1965-1979).
This collection contains convention pamphlets, miscellaneous reports, addresses of the Grand Master and a blank receipt for the Hildesheimer Lodge No. 20.
This collection contains correspondence that describe appeals for aid, a directory of lodges and membership, list of names, and convention proceedings.
This collection documents the history and some of the activities of the Kartell-Convent deutscher Studenten jüdischen Glaubens and its American successor organizations. Among the records are financial papers, organizational correspondence, published and unpublished essays and articles, photographs, autograph books, meeting minutes and reports and publications.
The collection documents Rabbi Philip Goodman’s involvement with the American Jewish Historical Society, the early years of the Orthodox Union, the Institutional Synagogue in Harlem and its day camp, the Army and Navy commission of the Jewish Welfare Board during World War II, a fraternal club originating in the Uptown Talmud Torah, The Jewish Book Council of America, The Townsend Harris High School and its Hatikvah Society, Yeshiva University, Jewish scouting, and more. The collection contains addresses, articles, bulletins, correspondence, commencement book, guest book, newsclippings, newsletters, photographs, radio broadcast transcripts, souvenir journal, and yearbook.
The Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity, active between 1904 and 1970 with a predominantly Jewish membership, was established in New York City and eventually opened at least 48 chapters on college campuses across the U.S. and one in Canada. The bulk of the records in this collection were generated, received and collected by the national fraternity officers between 1912 and the late 1950s. Topics represented include black-Jewish relations, military service in WWI and WWII, educational, housing and occupational discrimination, and WWII refugee aid. Materials consist of correspondence, reports, minutes, clippings, serial publications, photographs, pins, financial records, floor plans, manuals, and directories.
This collection contains miscellaneous correspondence of the Executive Secretary concerning such topics as annual conventions and anniversary campaigns. Also included are directories and membership rosters (1947 and 1987).
This collection contains a fraternity songbook, a flier for the National Rushing Program, and a report of the Commission on Religious and Social Services concerning Jewish Social issues. Also included are the following publications: Duration News (1944-1945), and ZBT Review (1972-1973).