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The History of Alpha Phi Alpha A Development in Negro College Life
The History of Alpha Phi Alpha A Development in College Life
To the youths who march onward and upward toward the light, this volume is respectfully dedicated.
The Origin of Alpha Phi Alpha
The Period of Consolidation
The First Steps in Expansion
Brother Charles Harris Wesley Zeta Chapter- Yale University 14th General President - 1932-1940 President of Central State College; Wilberforce, OH
1. Social Study Club - Fall 1905 2. Organization - Fall 1906 3. Society - Oct. 23, 1906
421 N. Albany Street Ithaca, NY Home of Mr. Edward Newton and C.C. Poindexter
411 East State Street Ithaca, NY Home of Mr. Archie and Mrs. Annie B. Singleton. Also the residence of Jewel Robert Harold Ogle and Mr. Morgan T. Phillips.
Officers were elected: President - C.C. Poindexter Secretary - Jewel Henry Arthur Callis Treasurer - Jewel George Biddle Kelley
In the room of Jewel Nathaniel Allison Murray
Provisions for the banquet were made.
Meeting date set for Tuesdays. Dues set for $0.50/yr. Initiation fee set at $1.00.
Jewel George Biddle Kelley made a motion that the society be named Alpha Phi Alpha Society. Jewel Robert Harold Ogle proposed Old Gold and Black as the society colors.
A special meeting was held. Arangements were made for the banquet. Jewel Robert Harold Ogle made a motion for the voting sign of Alpha.
The first initiation was held.
The Masonic Hall. Aka Red Men's Hall and Odd Fellow Hall.
Jewel Eugene Kinkle Jones, Bro. Lemuel E. Graves and Bro. Gordon Jones.
Cream Tomato Soup Salted Wafers Broiled Lamb Chops Hash Brown Potatoes Peas in Tubs Shrimp Salad Olives Finger Rolls Wild Apple Jelly Rolled Bread Pickles Neapolitan Ice Cream Lady Fingers Chocolate Cake Demi-Tasse Crackers Cheese Al
Jewel Nathaniel Allison Murray
The 4th General Convention on Dec. 27, 1911 in Ann Arbor, MI.
Bro. James A. Dunn of Kappa Chapter.
Bro. Ferdinand L. Rousseve of Sigma Lambda.
The 36th General Convention in Kansas City, MO in Dec. 1950.
John W. Fleming
It was done on Jan. 29, 1908 in New York. The price was $25.27, but they received a discount of $0.27. It required a Board of Directors signature so one was created from the members of the Fraternity.
It was done on Apr. 3, 1912 in Washington D.C.
Jewels Murray, Tandy and Kelley.
Jewel George Biddle Kelley.
Bro. George Fletcher - a former law student at Univ. of Mich. He showed an interest and gave encouragement to the organization of the Fraternity, Apr. 26, 1907 Bro. Rev. E.U.A. Brooks - A grad of the law school of Cornell University.
Chicago -> University of Illinois at Chicago & Loyola University
Champaign/Urbanda -> University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
Evanston -> Northwestern University
Carbondale -> Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
Peoria -> Bradley University
DeKalb -> Northern Illinois University
Charleston -> Eastern Illinois University
Macomb -> Western Illinois University
Bloominton/Normal -> Illinois State University
Decatur -> Milikin University
Edwardsville -> Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville
Elmhurst/Romeoville -> Elmhurst College & Lewis University
Chicago -> Chicago State College
Chicago -> Illinois Institute of Technology & DePaul University
Chicago -> Roosevelt University
Aurora -> Aurora University & North Central College
East St. Louis
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