UA 021.424 Guide to the North Carolina State University, Student and Other Organizaitons, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Iota Lambda Chapter Records, 1950-2005

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Quantity

21.25 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

1 archival box, 6 flat folders, 13 cartons, 1 archival halfbox

Location

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Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Transferred by the Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Iota Lambda Chapter

Processing

Processed by: Cate Putirskis;machine-readable finding aid created by: Cate Putirskis

Revised

2014 March, Finding aid updated to reflect additions to the collection by Cathy Dorin-Black, 2014 March

Scope and Content Note

The records of the Iota Lambda (North Carolina State University) Chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity (APO) contian the charter to establish the Iota Lambda Chapter, chapter meeting minutes, publications, the constitution and by-laws, membership rosters, scrapbooks, photo composites of members, and other general information on the chapter. Materials range in date from 1950 to 2005.

Historical Note

The Alpha Phi Omega (APO) National Service Fraternity was established in 1925 at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, based on the ideas of service and tolerance laid out in Scouting Codes. The first members of the fraternity all had a Scouting background, and several had attained the rank of Eagle Scout. Those ideals have served as the direction for the fraternity, and it has developed into a national, co-ed organization whose purpose is to "prepare campus and community leaders through service."

NC State's chapter (the Iota Lambda Chapter) was established in November of 1950. The Iota Lambda Chapter has worked to carry out the service mission of the national APO, with members adhereing to the values presented in the Boy Scout Oath and Law.

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Mail

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Fax

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, Student and Other Organizaitons, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Iota Lambda Chapter Records, UA 021.424, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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