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Chapter Houses circa 1927

In 1927, The Phi Gamma Delta magazine devoted an entire issue to chapter houses. Clicking on a link below will display an image at the bottom of this same page.Each house has a varied history. Some burned, like Alabama and Stanford. Others have been modified extensively, such as Cornell. Many are no longer extant. Some served the chapter for a short time; Davidson used this one for just a couple of years. Three are depictions of houses then under construction or in design, and not all were built as shown, for example North Carolina.Thanks to Robert Williams (Florida 1990) for the idea and for scanning these images.Please contact the Curator of Archives with questions and comments.

Click on a school below to view that chapter's house. 

Alabama
Allegheny
Amherst
Brown
Bucknell
California
Chicago
Colgate
Colorado College
Colorado
Columbia
Cornell
Dartmouth
Davidson
Denison
DePauw
Georgia Tech

Gettysburg

Hanover
Idaho
Illinois
Illinois Wesleyan
Indiana
Iowa
Iowa State
Johns Hopkins
Kansas
Knox
Lafayette
Lehigh
Maine
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
MIT
Nebraska

New York
North Carolina (proposed)
Occidental
Ohio State
Ohio Wesleyan
Oklahoma
Oregon
Oregon State
Penn
Penn State
Pittsburgh
Purdue
Richmond
Rutgers
Sewanee/U. of the South
Stanford
Syracuse

Tennessee

Texas
Toronto
Union
Virginia
Wabash
Washington
Washington and Jefferson
Washington and Lee
Western Reserve
William Jewell
Williams (proposed)
Wisconsin (proposed)
Wittenberg
WPI
Yale

 

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