Read – page by page – scrapbooks filled with photos, handwritten notes and newspaper clippings from Kappa chapters and alumnae associations.
This scrapbook includes several photographs from the 1904 National Convention hosted by Theta Chapter in Columbia, Missouri. Many of the photographs feature officers of the Grand Council. Virginia Sinclair Catron compiled the materials.
This scrapbook was created by Virginia Orton of Chi Chapter in commemoration of the 1926 National Convention. It is predominantly composed of articles and images from The Key as well as some ephemera from the convention.
This scrapbook commemorates portions of the 1968 National Convention, focusing on the Kappa Kappa Gamma Centennial. It is predominantly composed of articles and images, as well as some ephemera from the convention.
This scrapbook is composed of images of members of the Beta Eta chapter at Stanford University who graduated between 1924-1927.
This scrapbook was created by charter members of the Beta Theta chapter, originally the local sorority Sigma Tau Omega, as part of the affiliation petition process to establish an official Kappa Kappa chapter at the University of Oklahoma. The scrapbook contains information and photographs about the site of the new chapter, biographies and recommendations of each charter member, and some correspondence with the Grand Secretary of Kappa Kappa Gamma during the petition process.
This scrapbook was compiled by George Challoner, grand secretary from 1906-1908, to illustrate those colleges where Kappa Kappa Gamma has chapters. It features photographs and drawings of campus buildings and scenery from colleges and universities across the United States, arranged geographically from east to west, where there is an active Kappa chapter. A section at the back of the book includes schools with closed chapters. Most of the images are taken from magazines or postcards, although some are photographs.