Fraternity History in Whitewater

I have been doing some research, tapping into the archives department at Anderson Library at the University in Whitewater. I have received scans of Whitewater yearbooks (formerly known as the Minneiska) from years in the early 30’s-60’s. The remaining years from the 70’s-early 90’s (when the publication ceased printing) will be in my possession shortly. I will be putting together a complete history of Lambda Chi Alpha, Chi Delta Rho, Delta Kappa, and Beta Kappa Nu lineage throughout our existance in Whitewater. Check out a sample of the great photos, such as this one of Chi Delta Rho from 1937 (click thumbnail to enlarge).

Chi Delta Rho 1937

Besides all of the great photos, we can trace the movement of the Fraternity houses throughout the city as Chi Delta Rho and Delta Kappa moved several times.

Moeller63Keep your eyes out for the history to be posted soon, as well as photos to be posted for enjoyment of everyone. Speaking of which, here is a photo of a major contributor to the site: Brother Red Moeller from 1963.

These materials are fantastic and I would like to thank the Archive Department at the Anderson Library and their zeal in finding materials related to our Fraternity.

2 Responses to “Fraternity History in Whitewater”

  1. paula Says:

    Red, even back then, it’s easy to see the sign of superior intelligence because of your hair color!

    Jeff, what a cool thing to do! I want to see pictures of everybody up here, especially if you have embarrassing shots of ppl I know with mullets, sideburns, and/or elvis-look-alike hairdos.

  2. Jeff Says:

    I have documents up to 1969. The remaining docs will be sent to me in a couple of weeks. Pictures and such will be posted as fast as I can ge to them. 😀

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.