Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Chapter. (University of Michigan) records: 1882-1999
Summary Information
Title: Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Chapter. (University of Michigan) records
Creator: Nu Sigma Nu. Alpha Chapter (University of Michigan)
Dates: 1882-1999
Extent: 8 linear feet, 22 oversize folders
Abstract:
The Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity was founded at the University of Michigan in 1882 and is the oldest medical fraternity in the United States. It was created to promote cooperation and fellowship among medical men and to raise medical education and scholarship to a higher level. These records document the creation of the Nu Sigma Nu fraternity and the history of the Alpha Chapter from its inception in 1882 to its termination in 2008.
Call number: 2008137 Bimu F 41 2
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
Home Page: http://www.bentley.umich.edu/
Finding aid created by Elizabeth Everson, Summer 2008

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

Records received in 1989 and 2008 (Donor # 7811).

Access Restrictions:

The collection is open without restriction.

Access Restrictions for University of Michigan Records

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Categories of Restricted Records:

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Preferred Citation:

[item], folder, box, Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Chapter. (University of Michigan) records, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


History

The Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity is the oldest medical fraternity in the United States. It was formally established in 1882 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor by six medical students: Frederick Clark Bailey, Charles Marshall Frye, John Lincoln Gish, William James Mayo, Robert D. Stephens, and Benjamin Grinnell Strong. The Grand Chapter (later the Grand Council) was formed in 1886, making Nu Sigma Nu a national organization. Articles of incorporation were filed in 1896. At its peak in the late 1940s, Nu Sigma Nu had local chapters at over 40 universities throughout the United States and Canada.

The Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu had two official chapter houses during its existence at the University of Michigan. Before the construction of the first chapter house, Nu Sigma Nu members lived in seven different rented locations around campus. The idea for the first official chapter house was conceived in 1895 using land at the site of 1015 East Huron Avenue. The property was purchased in 1902. Active members of the Alpha Chapter each pledged $125 to support the construction of the house, while faculty members of the fraternity subscribed $1,725. A loan was secured to cover the remaining costs, with subscriptions put toward the eventual repayment of the loan. The total cost of the house was $17,000. Construction began in 1905 and the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu moved into the house in April 1907.

After more than 50 years on East Huron, the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu moved to a new location, on property owned and operated by the University of Michigan, at 1912 Geddes Avenue. A campaign to create and build a second chapter house began around 1958 and continued through 1969. Nu Sigma Nu alumni contributed a total of $270,000 to the Nu Sigma Nu Building Fund; the remaining $105,000 was loaned to the fraternity by the University of Michigan and paid back in the 1970s. Nu Sigma Nu members moved into the new house in the fall of 1970 and occupied it until 2008.

After a peak in fraternal spirit and enthusiasm in the 1940s and 50s, both the national organization and the local chapter of Nu Sigma N experienced a decline in enrollment. The national organization disbanded in the 1970s following the termination of several chapters. The Alpha Chapter maintained its presence at the University of Michigan but a disagreement with the Housing Division of the University of Michigan in 1986 revealed that the Alpha Chapter had, ten years earlier, lost its non-profit corporation status as well as violated the terms of its lease with the University. This revelation resulted in the members of Nu Sigma Nu banding together with renewed purpose. They concentrated their efforts on hosting more frequent alumni gatherings, publishing bulletins and announcements more regularly, and establishing a scholarship fund that enabled fourth-year medical students to complete a rotation abroad in an underprivileged area of the world. The most obvious sign of their efforts was the 1990 All-Year Reunion that brought Nu Sigma Nu alumni back to Ann Arbor from all parts of the country. Despite this surge in fraternal activity, the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu experienced further decline and eventually disbanded in 2008.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Chapter collection contains records that relate to both the local chapter of Nu Sigma Nu as well as the founding of the national organization. Information within these records reveals the history of the fraternity, the daily business of the Alpha Chapter throughout its existence, and the interaction between the Alpha Chapter and the University of Michigan. These records are divided into eight series: Administration, Correspondence, Financial Records, History, Housing, Nu Sigma Nu Medical Scholarship Fund, Photographs, and Publications.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Greek letter societies -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Novy, Frederick George, 1864-1957.
  • Nu Sigma Nu. Alpha Chapter (University of Michigan)
  • University of Michigan. Medical School.
  • University of Michigan -- Students -- Societies, etc.
Contents List
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Container / Location Title
 
Administration [series]

The Administration series contains five subseries, as well as other topical files pertaining to the day-to-day business of the fraternity. These subseries are: Constitutions and Manuals, Events, Fraternities, House Business, and Legal. Within them are records pertaining to specific events and actions in the life of the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu as well as general announcements made to members the national fraternity. Specifically, the subseries Events, House Business, and Legal contain records that pertain only to the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu at the University of Michigan. The subseries Constitutions and Manuals contains publications or letters that pertain to all chapters of the national fraternity.

Box   1  
Alumni Lists
Box   1  
Disciplinary Actions 1909-1967
 
Constitutions and Manuals
Box   1  
Constitution & Manual 1954
Box   1  
Constitution of the Inter-Professional Fraternity Conference undated
Box   1  
Constitution of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity undated
Box   1  
Nu Sigma Nu Constitution Reminders circa 1960-1968
Box   1  
Ritual for Initiation of New Members 1964
 
Events
 
All-Year Reunion 1990
Box   1  
Alumni Reunion Book Responses
Box   1  
Follow-up Correspondence
Box   1  
Planning
Box   1  
Computer Kickoff 1987-1991
Box   1  
Gatherings 1984-1988
Box   1  
Guest Sign-in Book 1986-1990
Box   1  
Invitations 1905-1999
 
Fraternities
Box   1  
Chapters of Nu Sigma Nu throughout the U.S. 1903, 1923, 1970
Box   1  
Others at University of Michigan 1914-1922
 
House Business
Box   1  
House Rules circa 1960s-1974
Box   1  
House Rules and Correspondence 1981-1989
Box   1  
House Rules and Correspondence 1990-1999
Box   1  
Initiation Certificates (1918-1965)
 
Legal
Box   1  
Non-Profit Corporation Status 1952-1987
Box   1  
Resident Agent 1947-1989
Box   1  
Miscellaneous 1954-1986
Box   1  
Meeting Minutes 1914-1999
 
Correspondence [series]

The Correspondence series contains six subseries: Alumni Correspondence, Building Correspondence, Executive Council Correspondence, Fraternity Business, Officer Correspondence, and University of Michigan Housing Division Correspondence. Records within these subseries that are enclosed in titled folders are arranged alphabetically by subject; all other documents are arranged chronologically. The Alumni Correspondence subseries contains letters sent either to or from Alpha Chapter alumni during the time periods listed. The subject matter of these letters is usually personal and not related to the subjects of the other subseries. The Building Correspondence subseries contains records that relate to two separate periods of construction in the history of the Alpha Chapter: the construction of its first chapter house, in 1906, and the restoration of that house in the 1960s. The Executive Council Correspondence subseries contains two folders that overlap chronologically. The Fraternity Business subseries contains correspondence that pertains to both the Alpha Chapter (also known as the Nu Sigma Nu Corporation) and the national organization of Nu Sigma Nu.

The Officer Correspondence subseries contains the correspondence of several key people within the Nu Sigma Nu fraternity, either nationally or locally. The files are arranged alphabetically by the last name of the officer (or by one of the officers, if it contains more than one person). The subject matter of these correspondence is far-reaching and varied, ranging from the construction of the first chapter house to collecting house dues to managing the affairs of the national organization. Some of the officers' correspondence is still housed within their original filing system. Of particular interest is the correspondence of Frederick G. Novy, who served as Secretary for the Corporation of the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu for several years. One set of correspondence was taken directly from Dr. Novy's own filing system and dates from 1902 to 1913. Additional correspondence of Dr. Novy is organized chronologically from 1911 to 1923. The subseries University of Michigan Housing Division Correspondence contains one folder of general correspondence and one folder pertaining to a 1986 incident that called into question the legal status of the Nu Sigma Nu Corporation and the ownership of the Alpha Chapter house.

 
Alumni Correspondence
Box   1  
1974-1988
Box   1  
1989-1991
 
Building Correspondence
Box   1  
Building Fund 1962-1963
Box   1  
Campfield Construction Company 1906-1907
 
Executive Council Correspondence
Box   1  
1919-1924
Box   1  
1922-1924
 
Fraternity Business
Box   1  
Inter-fraternity Council 1956-1961
Box   1  
Intra-fraternity Correspondence 1968-2003
Box   1  
Miscellaneous Correspondence 1900-1943
Box   1  
Nu Sigma Nu Corporation Correspondence 1959-1973
 
Officer Correspondence
Box   1  
Paul S. Barker and Malcolm H. Soule, Secretary-Treasurers of Nu Sigma Nu 1948-1956
Box   1  
A. R. Buchanan and George H. Lowrey, Executive Council Members 1962-1969
Box   1  
L. M. Gelston, Officer of Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Chapter 1904-1905
Box   2  
Frederick G. Novy, Secretary for the Corporation of the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu 1902-1913 (3 folders)
Box   2  
Frederick G. Novy, Secretary for the Corporation of the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu 1911-1923
 
University of Michigan Housing Division Correspondence
Box   2  
General correspondence 1970-1991, 2002
Box   2  
Issue Concerning Renting the House to Other Student Organizations 1985-1986
 
Financial Records [series]

The Financial Records series includes two main files: Account Books and Monthly Balance Sheets. Within the Account Books file are various record books belonging to the Nu Sigma Nu Corporation or house officers. Of particular note is the Record Book for Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu, dating back to 1895, in which some of the earliest members of Nu Sigma Nu pledged money to build the first chapter house. Also within that book are records of house dues over several decades, expense listings, meeting announcements, and letters from then-active members. The file Monthly Balance Sheets contains two folders of detailed financial records for the Alpha Chapter house, ranging from 1949 to 1996.

 
Account Books
Box   2  
Bank Books 1906-1948, 1963-1970
Box   2  
Duplicating Book of Treasurer of Nu Sigma Nu 1904
Box   2  
Financial Record Books 1982-1983, 1989-1990
Box   2  
Record Book for Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu (contains list of members' subscriptions, plus announcements and meetings, mostly financial, some administrative) 1895-1962
Box   2  
Alumni Donation Records for $55 Million Program circa 1966
Box   2  
Budgets/Treasury Reports 1970-2001
Box   2  
General Financial Correspondence 1887-1925
 
Monthly Balance Sheets
Box   2  
1949-1960
Box   2  
1961-1967
Box   2  
1982-1996
Box   2  
Nu Sigma Nu House Fund 1950-1969
 
History [series]

The History series contains one record book, created around 1905, in which Nu Sigma Nu Alpha Chapter members of early years would eventually write their autobiographies. Although it is only partially completed, the book contains pages of autobiographical information about Nu Sigma Nu men and their careers in medicine. A separate folder within that file contains non-dated historical information about the founding and development of the fraternity in general, presumably written for publication in annual bulletins or alumni newsletters. In addition to written documents, there exist two artifacts within the History series: the original charter from 1882 and the crest of Nu Sigma Nu.

Box   2  
Alpha of Nu Sigma Nu Chapter History 1905-1941
Box   2  
Historical Accounts of Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu circa 1960s-1997
 
Artifacts
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
Original Charter of Alpha Chapter, Nu Sigma Nu 1882
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
Nu Sigma Nu Crest
 
Housing [series]

The Housing series contains two subseries: 1906 House (1015 E. Huron) and 1969 House (1912 Geddes). There have been two permanent chapter houses of the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu: the house built at 1015 East Huron Avenue in 1906 and the house built at 1912 Geddes Avenue in 1969. Within the subseries 1906 House (1015 E. Huron) there exist legal documents, insurance policies taken out for the house, and a record of house inspections done by the Housing Division of the University of Michigan. Information pertaining to the construction of the 1906 house can be found in the Correspondence series, in the subseries Building Correspondence. The subseries 1969 House (1912 Geddes) contains similar records, as well as information on the campaign to build the second chapter house, how the house was furnished, and individual incidents that occurred while the house was in use. Financial documents relating to the houses can be found in the series Financial Records.

Box   3  
House (1015 E. Huron) 1906 [subseries]
Box   3  
Contracts 1896-1907
Box   3  
Inspections 1951-1968
Box   3  
Insurance Policies 1907-1961
Box   3  
Legal Papers (Mortgage, Title, Lease Agreements) 1894-1920
 
House (1912 Geddes) 1969 [subseries]
Box   3  
Blueprints 1969
Box   3  
Campaign to Build New Chapter House 1956-1970
 
Furnishings
Box   3  
Donations to Home Furnishing Fund 1970
Box   3  
Furnishing Budgets and Inventories 1969-1970
Box   3  
Inspections 1967-1991
Box   3  
Insurance Policies and Documentation 1969-1971
Box   3  
Lease Agreements 1965-1971
Box   3  
Oxford Housing Parking Dispute 1986
Box   3  
Potential Sale of House to Telluride 1999
Box   3  
Repairs/Improvements 1972-1991
 
Nu Sigma Nu Medical Scholarship Fund [series]

The Nu Sigma Nu Medical Scholarship Fund series contains three principle files: Applicants, Committee, and Funding. The Applicants file contains separate chronological folders with information on each year's applicants. The file Committee contains background information (including a list of the recipients of the scholarship through the year 1997), member correspondence, and minutes from their meetings. The file Funding contains correspondence regarding the creation of the scholarship endowment fund as well as photocopies of the front pieces of three plaques that recognized the efforts of key contributors to the fund.

 
Applicants
Box   3  
1990-1991
Box   3  
1991-1992
Box   3  
1992-1993
Box   3  
1993-1994
Box   3  
1994-1995
Box   3  
1996-1997
Box   3  
1997-1998
Box   3  
1998-1999
Box   3  
Testimonials 1989
 
Committee
Box   3  
Background Information (contains scholarship recipient list) 1989-1997
Box   3  
Incoming Correspondence 1988-1990
Box   3  
Internal Correspondence 1988-1990
Box   3  
Meeting Minutes/Agendas 1988-1990
Box   3  
Outgoing Correspondence 1988-1991
 
Funding
Box   3  
Domino's Pizza Foundation 1989-1990
Box   3  
Incoming Correspondence 1989-1992
Box   3  
Outgoing Correspondence 1989-1990
 
Recognition
Box   3  
Recognition of Contributors (photocopies)
 
Photographs [series]

The Photographs series contains five subseries. The subseries Class Composites contains photographs of the senior classes of the Alpha Chapter from the years 1883 to 1993, as well as additional group photographs. Many of the pictures are in oversized storage due to their large size. When not indicated otherwise, the photograph is available in the box listed on the finding aid. The subseries Individual Portraits contains photographs or drawings of Nu Sigma Nu alumni, usually taken during the height of their career. There are two unidentified men in this collection; they are housed together in one folder. The subseries Reunion and Convention Photographs contains formal and candid photographs taken at a convention in 1966 and the All-Year Reunion in 1990. The subseries Social Events contains candid pictures taken at different parties hosted by the Alpha Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu ca. 1990. These snapshots are housed in one folder and three photo albums, which were created by the members of the Alpha Chapter for their own use. In the subseries House Photographs there are pictures of the 1906 House at 1015 E. Huron.

 
Class Composites [subseries]
Box   3  
Charter Members 1882
Box   3  
1883

(also oversized)

Oversize Folder   Bimu  
circa 1885-1905 (2 folders)
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1906
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1908
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1910
Box   3  
1912

(in two pieces, fragile)

Box   3  
1918
Box   3  
1921
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1923
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1926
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1928
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1932
Box   3  
1933
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1934
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1936
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1937
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1938
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1939
Box   3  
1940

(2 different photographs)

Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1942
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1943
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1946
Box   3  
1949
Box   3  
1950
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1954
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1955
Box   3  
1957
Box   3  
1958
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1960

(fragile)

Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1961
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1962
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1963
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1964
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1965
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1966
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1967
Box   3  
1968

(also oversized)

Box   3  
1969

(also oversized)

Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1970
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1971
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1972
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1974
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1975
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1976
Box   3  
1977

(oversized)

Box   3  
1978

(partial)

Box   3  
1979

(also oversized)

Box   3  
1980
Box   3  
1981
Box   3  
1982
Box   3  
1983
Box   3  
1984
Box   3  
1985
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1990
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1991
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
1993
Box   3  
Unidentified circa 1950s
 
House Photographs [subseries]
Box   3  
1906 House (1015 E. Huron)
 
Individual Portraits (all oversized) [subseries]
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
Alexander-Edmunds
 
Alexander, John
 
Barrett, Albert M.
 
Camp, Carl D.
 
Cowie, D. Murray
 
Cushny, Arthur R.
 
Darling, C.G.
 
Dingman, Reed O.
 
Dunphy, H. G.
 
Edmunds, Charles Wallis
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
Ford-Peterson
 
Ford, Corydon L.
 
Gelston, L.M.
 
Haight, L. Cameron
 
Huber, G. Carl
 
Johnston, Franklin D.
 
Kahn, Edgar A.
 
Lowrey, George H.
 
Manoli, Arthur, II
 
Mayo, William J.
 
McMurrich, J. Playfair
 
Morley, George W.
 
Novy, F.G.
 
Peterson, Reuben
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
Ray-Work
 
Ray, James H.
 
Soule, Malcolm H.
 
Walter, Will and Stuart Graves
 
Welch, William H.
 
Weller, Carl Vernon
 
Wile, Udo J.
 
Wilson, Frank N.
 
Woodburne, Russell T.
 
Work, Walter P.
Oversize Folder   Bimu  
Unidentified (2)
 
Reunion and Convention Photographs [subseries]
Box   3  
41st Biennial Convention 1966
Box   3  
All-Year Reunion 1990
Box   3  
Reunion snapshots circa 1990
 
Social Events [subseries]
Box   3  
Snapshots circa 1990
Box   4  
Albums circa 1988-1991 (3 volumes)
 
Publications [series]

The Publications series contains formal publications of fraternity business, including yearly bulletins, event bulletins, and reports from national conventions. In addition to these occasional publications, there are four subseries: Directories, History, Nu Sigma Nu Bulletins (Softcover), and Nu Sigma Nu Bulletins (Hardcover). The subseries Directories contains geographic listings of all national Nu Sigma Nu members up to the date of publication. The History subseries contains a two-volume set that details the first fifty years of the fraternity's history. It includes an all-encompassing alumni list, organized by chapter, notes and letters addressed to the fraternity from influential Nu Sigma Nu alumni, and histories of the individual chapters as well as the national organization as a whole. It is the most comprehensive guide to the creation and development of Nu Sigma Nu. The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletins (Softcover) subseries and the Nu Sigma Nu Bulletins (Hardcover) subseries contain annual publications that detail the life of the Nu Sigma Nu fraternity of that current year. The hardcover bulletins are more formal, detailed publications, published no more than once a year and containing articles and records submitted by every active chapter of the fraternity. The softcover bulletins are smaller and less detailed. There exist several different series of publications in softcover form and some years passed without the annual publication, creating a break in the chronology.

Box   5  
Alpha of Nu Sigma Nu Annual Letter 1904
Box   5  
Alumni Bulletins 1988, 1989, 1991
Box   5  
Convention Minutes/Reports 1909, 1910, 1919, 1922, 1924, 1964
 
Directories
Box   5  
Geographic and Chapter Index of Nu Sigma Nu 1905
Box   5  
Geographic and Chapter Index of Nu Sigma Nu 1909
Box   5  
Geographic and Chapter Index of Nu Sigma Nu 1915
Box   5  
Geographic and Chapter Index of Nu Sigma Nu 1917
Box   5  
The Catalog of Nu Sigma Nu 1925
Box   5  
The Nu Sigma Nu Directory 1941
 
History
Box   5  
A Half Century of Nu Sigma Nu: 1882-1932 Volume 1
Box   5  
A Half Century of Nu Sigma Nu: 1882-1932 Volume 2
 
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletins (Softcover)
Box   5  
Ninth Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, 1904
Box   5  
Sixteenth Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, 1909
Box   5  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, First Chapter Series, 1910-1911
Box   5  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, Second Chapter Series, 1911-1912
Box   5  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, Fourth Chapter Series, 1913-1914
Box   5  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, Tenth Chapter Series, 1919-1920
Box   5  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, 1934-1935
Box   5  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, Twenty-Seventh Chapter Series, 1937--38
Box   5  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, Thirty-Sixth Chapter Series, 1946-1947
Box   5  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, Volume XLV, Summer 1959
Box   5  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin, Volume LIII, Autumn 1968
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletins (Hardcover)
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu in 1901
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu in 1903
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu in 1907
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Sixth Chapter Series 1915-1916)
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Seventh Chapter Series 1916-1917)
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Eighth Chapter Series 1917-1918)
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Ninth Chapter Series 1918-1919)
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Thirteenth Chapter Series 1922-1923)
Box   6  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Fourteenth Chapter Series 1923-1924)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Fifteenth Chapter Series 1924-1925)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Sixteenth Chapter Series 1925-1926)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Seventeenth Chapter Series 1926-1927)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Eighteenth Chapter Series 1927-1928)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Nineteenth Chapter Series 1928-1929)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Twentieth Chapter Series 1929-1930)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Twenty-First Chapter Series 1930-1931)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Twenty-Second Chapter Series 1931-1932)
Box   7  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Twenty-Third Chapter Series 1932-1933)
Box   8  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Twenty-Fourth Chapter Series 1933-1934)
Box   8  
Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Twenty-Fifth Chapter Series 1934-1935)
Box   8  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Volume XXVI, 1935-1937)
Box   8  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Volume XXVII, 1937-1938)
Box   8  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Volume XXX, 1940-1941)
Box   8  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Volume XXXI, 1941-1942)
Box   8  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Volume XXXII, 1942-1943)
Box   8  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Volume XXXIII, 1943-1944)
Box   8  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Volume XXXV, 1945-1946)
Box   8  
The Nu Sigma Nu Bulletin (Volume XXXVII, 1947-1948)