Sixth Catalogue of [Theta Delta Chi]

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1911 - 446 pages
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Page 37 - Though the subject, for the settlement of which, the first meeting of our Fraternity was held, had been under consideration some weeks previous, it is believed by the Founders of our Fraternity that the first active steps may properly date from the fifth of June, the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and forty-eight, and that day is accordingly recommended to the Fraternity as the anniversary of its foundation.
Page 37 - of June, 1848, the following named gentlemen, members of Union College, met according to agreement at the house No. 15 Front Street, occupied by the family of the late Governor Yates: Wm. G. Akin, Abel Beach, Theodore B. Brown, Robert L. Dodge, Theodore J. Fonda, Jesse D. Fonda, Andrew H. Green, Wm. H. Hyslop, Francis E. Martindale, Samuel F. Wile, Newton B. Sherman
Page 155 - The Tenth Convention in April, 1857, transferred the entire authority of the Fraternity from the A to the A Graduate.
Page 108 - Donahue, Portland, Me. Paul Edwin Donahue, Portland, Me. Maurice Wingate Hamblen, Bridgton, Me. James Gregory Blaine Lappin, Portland,
Page 122 - Mass. Donald Gibbs Crowell, Winchester, Mass. Clarence Williams Hale, Springfield, Mass. Adelbert Delano Hiller, Marion, Mass.
Page 77 - Atwill Turner, 1421 Church St., Lynchburg, Va. Herbert Wentworth Vaden, Elba, Va.

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