Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
Found in 7 Records:
This is a collection of photographs, event schedule booklets, and convention pamphlets gathered by Dorothy McField, mostly from the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. The collection includes a few photographs and other materials from various chapters of Delta Sigma Theta in the Kansas-Missouri region as well as other locations; there are also a few photographs and materials from other sororities and fraternities, including the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
The papers of Laurenia Kiser are those of a Kansas native who taught for over twenty years and was highly active in Alpha Kappa Alpha.
The Hughes photographs are those of the L.K. Hughes Photography business run by Leon and Rosie Hughes. They illustrate everyday life in Wichita, Kansas from the mid-1940s to the mid-1970s.
The thesis is a copy of Deborah Whaley's University of California -- Santa Cruz thesis on African American sororities.
The papers of Zatella R. Turner are those of an African American, native Kansan who was a scholar of and educator in Shakespearian literature.