WSU Alpha Phi Omega Records

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Created in 1925, Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity of college and university men who are or have previously been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. The fraternity’s key goals are developing friendships and promoting service to humanity, which they do through a number of charitable efforts. The Wayne State University chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the Zeta Phi chapter, was instated by the National Fraternity on May 27, 1948.

This collection consists of materials dating from the Zeta Phi chapter’s creation to 1957. Materials include correspondence; manuals and guidebooks; newsletters; scrapbooks and memorabilia; and materials from special events such as the annual “Ugly Man” competition, which raised money for muscular dystrophy research.

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