This collection includes photographs, fliers, scrapbooks, a dance card, programs, miscellaneous material, and a guest register of the Kappa Alpha, Alpha Zeta Chapter fraternity at the College of William and Mary. The fraternity is also known as Kappa Alpha Order. Many of the photographs document the fraternity's Old South Week and Old South Ball and are from the 1950s-1970. The earliest item in the collection is a dance card from 1915. The collection also includes three issues of the chapter's newsletter The News from 1929-1930. The most recent material from the chapter is event fliers.
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Acc. 1983.50 received 9/30/1983 from an unidentified source.
University Archives Subject File Collection (UA 9); University Archives Photograph Collection (UA 8); University Archives Poster Collection (UA 12); Wayne Fulton Gibbs Papers (UA 6.020); Herbert L. Ganter Papers (UA 6.068); Robert Edward Bruce Stewart, Jr. Papers (UA 5.043); Leonard L. Born Scrapbook (UA 5.048)
Kappa Alpha, Alpha Zeta Chapter Records, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary.