Beta Kappa Fraternity. Alpha Phi Chapter (Michigan State College)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Leon Budd papers consist of a scrapbook which depicts student life at Michigan Agricultural College from 1911 to 1914. It contains photographs, athletic schedules, invitations and printed programs, ticket stubs, student autographs and registers, and several undergraduate hazing posters.
The records consist of a constitution and statute law for all the chapters of the Beta Kappa fraternity and several issues of the Spartan Sig newsletter (1989-1991). The constitution is not dated but was adopted in 1935.
Walter A. Knickerbocker's papers consist of one scrapbook (1913-1916) containing programs and tickets from campus activities; receipts; report cards; newsclippings; photographs of family, friends, and Michigan Agricultural College; and postcards from various Michigan cities such as Flint, Pontiac, Mt. Pleasant, Alma, St. Charles, and Port Huron as well as El Paso, Texas, and Mexico. Also included are programs, receipts and miscellaneous memorabilia from M.A.C.