Fraternities and Women's Social Clubs

Fraternities and Women's Social Clubs

Fraternities and Women's Social Clubs
Esoteric Club, circa 1900-1911 71
IV: Student Activities
Josephine Keree (right, top); unidentified man and woman, May 15, 1911 (middle, bottom). True to its goal, the Esoteric Club, which was created for the purpose of advancing social life on campus, awarded the Esoteric Ring to the freshman member who showed outstanding leadership in extra-curricular activities and scholarship. The academic year was marked by a major social event each quarter that included formal dinner parties, the Inter-Club Ball, and a spring party for the University of Chicago Settlement.
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Photographic prints; 17.3 x 25.1 cm
Archival Photographic Files
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center

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