Theta Delta Chi. Gamma Deuteron Charge (University of Michigan) Records
 


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Theta Delta Chi. Gamma Deuteron Charge (University of Michigan) records

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Abstract:
Gamma Deuteron Charge (chapter) of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity which was instated at the University of Michigan in 1889. Original and digital copies of yearly composite photographs of the members of the University of Michigan chapter. Also, includes drawings of an unbuilt fraternity house designed by Alden B. Dow.

History:
In 1847, six students at Union College (in Schenectady, New York) founded Theta Delta Chi. While the founders originally planned the organization as a literary society, they instead decided on creating a fraternity.

In 1889, Theta Delta Chi instated a chapter at the University of Michigan, designated as the Gamma Deuteron Charge. During the 1990s, the chapter was disbanded and remained dormant before being re-chartered by the national office in 2009.

Please note:

Copyright has been transferred to the Regents of the University of Michigan.



Access to digitized sound recordings may be limited to the reading room of the Bentley Historical Library, located on the Ann Arbor campus of the University of Michigan.

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