Women college students -- Illinois
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Phrateres, Omicron Chapter records
The Phrateres was an all female organization for college students centered around socialization, leadership, networking and service. By 1944, there were 13 official chapters, including one at the University of British Columbia, making it an international organization. Augustana College's chapter, Omicron, was founded in 1941. The Phrateres, Omicron Chapter records, 1940-1945 and undated, contains the group's constitution, meeting minutes, bulletins, the group song, and other records.
Sigma Alpha Iota, Delta Tau Chapter records
Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI) is an international women's music fraternity founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1903. Augustana College's chapter, Delta Tau, was founded in 1965 and still exists today. The Sigma Alpha Iota, Delta Tau chapter records, 1950-2018, is organized into three series: Chapter records, Scrapbooks, and Photographs.
Sigma Pi Delta records
The Sigma Pi Delta sorority, nicknamed the “Speeds”, was founded at Augustana College in 1908 by members of the S.P.D. Tennis Club. The Speeds gave up their charter from 1970 to 1980, but remain active on campus today. The Sigma Pi Delta records, 1908-2004 and undated, is organized into four series: Official records, 1924-2004 and undated; Sorority activities, 1927-2003 and undated; Pledging, 1981-2004; and Photographs and scrapbook, 1908-2003 and undated.
Swanson family papers
Tracy J. Swanson papers
Tracy Swanson attended the Augustana Conservatory of Music from 1901 to 1904. The Tracy J. Swanson papers, 1888-1903, contains Swanson's letters home to her parents, a report card, and five books related to Swanson's music studies.
Anna Marian Williams papers
Anna Marian Williams was a 1929 graduate of Augustana College, where she majored in English, and a native of Rock Island, Illinois. The Anna Marian Williams papers consists of two folders of material: Class notes, 1927 and undated, and Enclosures, 1927-1983 and undated.