The first series, History and Administrative Records, contains early records of the fraternity, including an audio tape interview with one of the early members of the fraternity (J. Leon Langhorne) and a minute book (1909-1927). There are also records of the activities of the fraternity, including parties, workshops, and community service. Administrative and organizational records are contained in this group as well, including organizational charts, officers' reports, minutes of meetings, and several versions of the constitution and bylaws of the chapter. This series also contains a book by Charles H. Wesley, T he History of Alpha Phi Alpha: A Development in College Life, which is a general history of Alpha Phi Alpha from 1906 to 1979. Several references to the Epsilon Chapter and the University of Michigan are made in the book, many of which have been marked.
Audio Tape Recordings with J. Leon Langhorne
The History of Alpha Phi Alpha: A Development in College Life(10th and 13th editions.)1961 and 1979, by Charles H.Wesley