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Phi Kappa Sigma.
General, register of the

MEMBERS OF THE PHI l<APPA

Sigma . . .






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A. D. 1920



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Table of Contents



PAGE

Preface 7

List of Executive Boards, 1869-1920 9

List of Conventions Held, 1854-1920 14

Table of Membership, 1920 16

Bibliography 19

History of the Fraternity 23

Executive Board of the Grand Chapter, 1920 43

Alpha Chapter —

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (1850) 45

Beta Chapter —

Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. (1853-1878) 145

Gamma Chapter —

Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. (1853-1883) 169

Delta Chapter —

Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa. (1854) . . 197

Epsilon Chapter —

Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. (1854) 255

Zeta Chapter —

Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. (1854) .... 315

Eta Chapter —

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (1854) 373

Theta Chapter —

Centenary College of Louisiana, Jackson, La. (1855-1861) . . 417

Iota Chapter —

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (1855) "427

Kappa Chapter —

Emory and Henry College, Emory, Va. (1856-1861) .... 469
Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, 111. (1893-1894) 479

Lambda Chapter —

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. (1856-1895) . 485

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Mr Chapter — page

Tulane University, New Orleans, La. (1858) 511

Xr Chapteh —

Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn. (1859-1861) .... 539

Xi Chapter —

University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss. (1859-1861) .... 547

Omicrox Chapter —

Centre College, Danville, Ky. (1860-1862) 553

Pi Chapter —

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (1865-1866) ..... 559

Rho Chapter —

Austin College, Huntsville, Texas (1865) 565

University of Illinois, Champaign, 111. (1892) 569

Sigma Chapter —

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. (1870-1887) 609

Tatj Chapter —

Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va. (1872) 621

Upsilox Chapter —

Xorthwestern University, Evanston, 111. (1872) 663

Phi Chapter —

University of Richmond, Richmond, Va. (1873) 713

Chi Chapter —

Racine College, Racine, Wis. (1873-1875) 749

Psi Chapter —

Long Island Medical College, Brooklyn, N. Y. (1876-1878) . . 755
Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. (1890) .... 759

Omega Chapter —

Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. (1884-1890) 807

Alpha Alpha Chapter —

Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. (1894) . . . 819

Alpha Beta Chapter —

University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada (1895-1898) .... 851

Alpha (;.\m.ma Chapter —

West Virginia University, Morgantovvn, West Va. (1890) . . . 857

\ i in a Delta Chapter —

I Diversity of Maine, Orono, Me. (1898) 893

A i i'ii a Kpsilox Chapter —

Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. (1898) .... 939



CONTENTS. 5

Alpha Zeta Chapter — ■ page

University of Maryland, Baltimore, Md. (1899) 983

Alpha Eta Chapter —

College of Charleston, Charleston, S. C. (1901-1904) . . . .1015

Alpha Theta Chapter —

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (1901) 1021

Alpha Iota Chapter —

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. (1902) 1059

Alpha Kappa Chapter —

University of Alabama, University, Ala. (1903) 1093

Alpha Lambda Chapter —

University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (1903) 1117

Alpha Mtt Chapter —

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (1903) . . 1153

Alpha Nu Chapter —

Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga. (1904) 1181

Alpha Xi Chapter —

Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. (1905) 1207

Alpha Omicron Chapter —

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (1905) .... 1231

Alpha Pi Chapter —

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (1905) 1263

Alpha Rho Chapter —

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (1911) 1293

Alpha Sigma Chapter- —

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (1915) 1323

Alpha Tau Chapter — ■

Leland Stanford Junior University, Stanford, Cal. (1915) . . 1347

Alpha Upsilon Chapter — ■

University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. (1919) 1365

Alpha Phi Chapter —

State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 1381

Geographical Index 1391

Addenda 1481

Alphabetical Index 1485



PREFACE

The constitution of the Fraternity provides for the is-
suance of a General Register every ten years. The edition of
1910 was a long advance over the semi-centennial book of
1900, which was the first issue which attempted to give detailed
biographical data. The work on this present volume was
greatly simplified not only because of the data available from
the 1910 Register but also because of the collection during the
intervening ten years of biographical material from members
whose data was incomplete or missing in the former book. On
the other hand over two thousand new members joined the
Fraternity in the last decade. Information blanks were again
sent out to all living members and all material taken from the
former book has been carefully edited and revised.

Over twenty-four hundred members of the Fraternity were
in the service of the country during the Great War, and it is
peculiarly appropriate that this book should contain a pei'ma-
nent record of such service.

A general catalog of the membership of any organization
is useful in proportion to the thoroughness of its preparation
and the accuracy of its information. This book is offered to
the Fraternity in the hope that it meets such test, although
it is practically impossible to avoid all errors. Where the
biographical data is incomplete or lacking the cause is the
failure of some members to respond or, in the case of deceased
members, the failure of repeated efforts to locate descendants
or others who might give the desired information.

Boyd Lee Spahr, Epsilon, '00,

Grand Upsilon.



NOTE.

The fact that a member is deceased is denoted by a star (*).

Members who have been transferred from one chapter to another are
recorded only in their original chapter, the initial of the transferee chapter
being placed in parentheses after the name of the member.

Academic degrees are given only when known to be correct.

The name of the institution conferring the degree is not given where
it is the same as that of the chapter of the member. Otherwise it is given,
in brackets. Degrees separated by a semicolon were given by different
institutions.

Mention of relationship has been limited to fathers and sons and to
brothers. The names of children not members of the Fraternity have been
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PHI KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY.



Conventions of the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Since its Foundation.



CONVENTIONS



First

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Sixth

Seventh

Eighth

Ninth

*Tenth

Eleventh

Twelfth

Thirteenth ....
Fourteenth . . .

Fifteenth

Sixteenth

Seventeenth . . .

Eighteenth

Nineteenth

Twentieth

Twenty-first . .
Twenty-second
Twenty-third .
Twenty-fourth
Twenty-fifth . .
Twenty-sixth .
Twenty-seventh
Twenty-eighth
Twenty-ninth .
Thirtieth

Thirty-first ...
Thirty-second .
Thirty-third . .

Thirty-fourth .
Thirty-fifth ...
Thirty-sixth ...



WHERE HELD



Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Washington, D. C
New York, N. Y.
Philadelphia, Pa.
New York, N. Y. .
Philadelphia, Pa. .

Harrisburg, Pa. .

Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Baltimore, Md. . . .
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Richmond, Va. . . .
Philadelphia, Pa. .

Norfolk, Va

Philadelphia, Pa. .
Philadelphia, Pa. .
Richmond, Va. . .
Philadelphia, Pa. .
Washington, D. C.
State College, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa. .
Washington, Pa. .
Baltimore, Md. . . .



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January


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December


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1856.


December


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December


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1860.


December


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and


29,


1864.


December


27


and


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1865.


December


27


and


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1866.


I December


31,


1867


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1868






May


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1869.


December


22,






1869.


December


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1870.


December


21,






1871.


January


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1873.


March


25


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86,


1875.


July


1,






1876.


December


28,






1877.


December


30,






1878.


December


30,






1879.


January


20,






1882.


December


29,






1882.


December


27,






1883.


December


31,






1884.


December


28,






1886.


December


29,






1887.


January


1,






1889.


January


3,






1890.


January


1,






1891.


January


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1892.


December


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1892.


December


28,






1893.


December


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1894.


January


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1896.


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January


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PHI KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY.



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Conventions of the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity — (Continued).



CONVENTIONS



Thirty-seventh
Thirty-eighth
Thirty-ninth .

Fortieth

Forty-first ...
Forty-second
Forty-third . .
Forty-fourth
Forty-fifth . . .
Forty-sixth . .

Forty-seventh

Forty-eighth .
Forty-ninth . .

Fiftieth

Fifty-first . . .
Fifty-second .
Fifty-third ...
Fifty-fourth .

Fifty-fifth ...



WHERE HELD



Chicago, 111

Philadelphia, Pa

Lancaster, Pa

Pittsburgh, Pa

Richmond, Va

Baltimore, Md

Chicago, 111

Washington, D. C

New York, N. Y

Pittsburgh, Pa

Old Point Comfort, Va

Detroit, Mich

Philadelphia, Pa

Baltimore, Md

Nashville, Tenn

San Francisco, Cal. . .

Chicago, 111

Atlantic City, N. J.

Boston, Mass



WHEN HELD



December 29 and 30, 1899.
October 17, 18 and 19, 1900.
December 30 and 31, 1901.

30 and 31, 1902.
1 and 2, 1904.

30 and 31, 1904.

29 and 30, 1905.

28 and 29, 1906.
3 and 4, 1908.

1 and 2, 1909.
31, 1909, and

\ January 1, 1910.
December 30 and 31, 1910.

29 and 30, 1911.
27 and 28, 1912.

2 and 3, 1914.
26 and 27, 1915.

30 and 31, 1916.
June 26, 27 and 28, 1919.

/December 30 and 31, 1920,
and January 1, 1921.



December

January

December

December

December

January

January

fDecember



December

December

January

August

December



* The tenth convention marked the creation of the Grand Chapter as it now exists.
Prior to that time the conventions were not known as sessions of the Grand Chapter,
but simply as meetings of delegates of the several chapters.



Table of Membership, 1920.



Chapters



Alpha (Pennsylvania)

Beta (Princeton)

Gamma (Lafayette)

Delta (Washington and Jefferson)

Epsilon (Dickinson)

Zeta (Franklin and Marshall) ....

Eta (Virginia)

Theta (Centenary)

Iota (Columbia)

Kappa (Emory and Henry)

Kappa (Lake Forest)

Lambda (North Carolina)

Mu (Tulane)

Nv (Cumberland)

Xi (Mississippi)

Omicron (Centre)

Pi (Harvard)

Kho (Austin)

Hho (Illinois)

Sigma (Lehigh)

Tau (Randolph-Macon)

Upsilon (Northwestern)

Phi (Richmond)

Chi (Racine)

Psi (Long Island)

Psi (Pennsylvania State)

Omega (Haverford)

Alpha Alpha (Washington and

Lee)

Alpha Beta (Toronto)

Alpha Gamma (West Virginia) . .

Alpha Delta (Maine)

Alpha Epsilon (Armour Tech.) . .

Alpha Zeta (Maryland)

Alpha Eta (Charleston)

Alpha Theta (Wisconsin)

Alpha Iota (Vanderbilt)

Alpha Kappa (Alabama)

Alpha Lambda (California)

Alpha Mu (Massachusetts Tech.) .

Alpha Nu (Georgia Tech.)

Alpha Xi (Purdue)

Alpha Omicron (Michigan)

Alpha Pi (Chicago)

Alpha Rho (Cornell)

Alpha Sigma (Minnesota)

Alpha Tau (Stanford)

Alpha Upsilon (Washington)

Alpha Phi (Iowa)

Total



Living
Members



326

26

52

255

221

233

285

5

161

3

9

61

129

3





1

213

23

194

254

177

6

1

248

26

162

10

203

256

229

151

16

217

172

130

181

136

145

135

170

150

155

122

68

80

43



5,847



Deceased



154

88

99

115

99

68

90

35

55

43



62

33

31

16

14

7

3

13

28

45

49

23

11

6

12

9

4



13
13

8

5
7
2
6
4
6
10
8
6
7
2
1





1,319



Total



480
114
151
370
320
301
375

40
216

46

9

123

162

34

16

16

9

4

226

51
239
303
200

17

7

260

35
166

11
211

269

242

159

16

222

179

132

187

140

151

145

178

156

162

124

69

80

43

7,166



Inactive chapters in italics.
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COMPARATIVE TABLE OF CHAPTERS AND MEMBERSHIP AT

THE PERIODS OF THE PUBLICATION OF

THE REGISTER

Chapters:



/


1872.


1882


1894


1900


1910


1920


Active




8
15


12
17


14
20


26

17


31


Inactive


11


17


Total


18


23


29


34


43


48


Members:
















871

117


1221
215


1615

378


1926
500


3298
846


5847
1319



Total 988 1436 1993 2426 4144 7166



Table of War Service.

The following tabic gives the number of members by chapters who served
in the world war, in the army, the navy and marine corps and in civilian
work directly connected with the war, such as the Red Cross, Y. M. C. A.,
and civilian service in a governmental department or board, all of which
is listed as "auxiliary."

Army Navy Auxiliary Total

Alpha 77 21 19 117

Delta 67 5 3 75

Epsilon 60 9 8 77

Zeta 63 6 5 74

Eta 67 19 2 88

Iota 55 17 10 82

Lambda 1 1

Mu 28 5 33

Rho 90 20 7 117

Sigma 1 1

Tau 46 10 2 58

Upsilon 53 21 11 85

Phi 50 17 9 76

Psi 64 30 12 106

Omega 5 1 6

Alpha Alpha 62 13 3 78

Alpha Beta 1 1 2

Alpha Gamma 63 13 7 83

Alpha Delta 74 17 3 94

Alpha Epsilon 75 17 5 97

Alpha Zeta 47 16 1 64

Alpha Eta 3 1 4

Alpha Theta 91 13 3 107

Alpha Iota 77 5 6 88

Alpha Kappa 65 5 3 73

Alpha Lambda 78 17 3 98

Alpha Mu 50 24 4 78

Alpha Xu 57 13 70

Alpha Xi 56 10 3 69

Alpha Omicron 78 is 5 101

Alpha Pi 56 11 7 74

Alpha Rho 70 21 2 93

Alpha Sigma 61 17 78

Alpha Tau 38 15 2 55

Upha Upsilon 36 15 1 52

Alpha Phi 29 3 () 32

1893 443 150 2486



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