Alpha Phi Omega. Records, 1965-1992
Scope and Contents
- Creation: 1965
- Alpha Phi Omega (Organization)
Biographical / Historical
The Nu Chi Chapter of the national service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega was founded at Davidson in 1962. It remained active until the 1980s, going coed in the 1970s. They worked on a number of projects including creating a ride board for the student union, publishing the college phone directory from 1962-63 until 1965-66, working with Camp Dogwood and Easter Seals. The collection includes minutes, correspondence, membership records, and printed materials. The minute book covers 1984 to 1986. The correspondence includes inter-group memos, memos from campus offices to student organizations, letters to and from the national and regional offices of Alpha Phi Omega and materials from service project organizations. The membership records include certificates and application forms. There is a report to a regional office describing the groups activities and directories listing officers. There are also chapter newsletters, pledge manuals and officer handbooks. There are also framed prints of the Alpha Phi Omega pin and seal that were presented to the Nu Chi chapter by the Kappa Theta chapter at Wake Forest. The backs of the prints are signed by the members and advisors of the time.
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