Delta Phi Sorority (Delphi). Records, 1910-[ongoing].
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The collection contains historical information, and the records and minutes of the Delta Phi Literary Society/Delta Phi Sorority from 1910-present. The contents are arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within each folder.
The Delta Phi Literary Society was founded on October 10, 1910, by founding members Minnie Beld, Janet Belkema, Helga Bawinkle, Ida Capone, Tina Demots, Claire Holeman, Evelyn Oltaman, Kathy Paldom, Vera Schultz, Helen Demoid, Flossie DeYoung, Hendrine Hespers, Janet Oltaman, Helen Roebes and Ruth Vandenberg. Delta Phi, as it is known now, is a local sorority with no affiliation to the Delta Phi National Fraternity. Their motto is, “Unity makes strength.” The brother fraternity is Phi Kappa Alpha-the Cosmopolitan Fraternity. “Delphi” refers to the temple of Apollo, the Roman god of music, poetry, and truth. Its members are involved in a wide variety of academic and extra-curricular activities, as well as the activities of Delta Phi, which includes social events and community service. Their colors are navy-blue and gold.
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The Delta Phi Literary Society was founded on October 10, 1910. Delta Phi or Delphi, as it is known now, is a local sorority with no affiliation to the Delta Phi national fraternity. The collection contains historical information, and the records and minutes of the Delta Phi Literary Society/Delta Phi Sorority from 1910-present.
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