Wayne State University Alpha Theta Sigma Records
This collection consists of Alpha Theta Sigma's inner workings and their public activities. This includes meeting minutes from several years in which the organization was active, photograph and news clippings of members and their events, and the organization's constitution and by-laws. This collection also contains materials following the groups disbandment, including correspondence from members and directory information.
- 1924 - 1975
- Wayne State University (Organization)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
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In April 1923, the An-Tik-Lik Club was organized by a group of female students. The members assisted organizations on campus, took an active part in college activities and raised funds for social events and athletics. In 1927, the group became a Greek letter social sorority.
Alpha Theta Sigma was an all-women's sorority on Wayne State University's campus. Founded in 1923 as the "An-Tik-Lik Club," the group went on to become the second women's organization on campus. The group became a Greek letter social sorority in 1927, becoming known as Alpha Theta Sigma, or AST. The organization was very busy with on and off campus social activities, such as spring dances and charity drives. AST became closely affiliated with the Women of Wayne Alumni Association to help promote and provide leadership opportunities at Wayne State. Alpha Theta Sigma officially disbanded in 1953, with former members making occasional visits to campus and donations to women's organizations in the name of the group.
The collection is arranged into 1 series, with folders arranged alphabetically.
Materials were deposited at the Walter P. Reuther Library by Olga Dworkin in 1970 and 1976.
Processed and finding aid written by Mark Prindiville on April 6, 2017.
- Guide to the Wayne State University Alpha Theta Sigma Records
- Processed by Mark Prindiville.
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