A Pageant of the History of Kappa Kappa Gamma in Six Episodes With Notes, 1935


This pageant tells the story of the founding and naming of Kappa Kappa Gamma at Monmouth College, the subsequent banning of fraternities at the school, the establishment of Kappa Alpha Sigma, and the reinstallation of Alpha Chapter. The pageant was written during the summer of 1935 and presented by Alpha Deuteron Chapter at the Epsilon Province Convention in Urbana, Illinois, on October 13, 1935. Blanche Blair read the history while actives and alumnae took part in the pantomime; Katharine Boyd Graham was the director. A handwritten list of participants is affixed to the front of this copy of the script.


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1935

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