DΧ of DΚΕ Special Study #22: Chapter Finances, 1950-69
Fogle, Homer William Jr
The financial condition of the Cornell Deke House during the Nineteen-fifties and -sixties is followed using data from monthly statements prepared by the Chapter’s accountants, excerpts from Chapter Meeting Minutes and published reports. The results of two fund raising campaigns and negotiations to return the lodge to University control are presented.
70 p; ill.; tables; appendices; 28 cm. Electronic reproduction. Original, 31 May 2013. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Internet connectivity, World Wide Web browser and Adobe Acrobat reader. Copyright: ©2013 Delta Chi Association, Ithaca NY.
College societies, Greek letter --Delta Kappa Epsilon; Cornell University, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Deke House (Ithaca N.Y.) --History; Delta Chi Association --Financial Condition; Delta Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon --Financial Condition; Maxfield, T. B.; Welch, Francis E. “Judd” (1922-2001)
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