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Sigma Iota Chi Scrapbook Edit


UA 014


  • 1968 – 1970 (Creation)


  • 1 Files (Whole)
    One scrapbook.

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  • Abstract

    This scrapbook covers events of Sigma Iota Chi Club at Dixie State College consisting of photographs, flyers and memorabilia between 1968 and 1970.

  • Biographical / Historical

    “The Sigma Iota Chi does service projects. Planning social events and campus activities is the main function of Sigma Iota Chi. These women are chosen on the basis of high moral as well as academic achievement. It is a service organization involved with community and school problems. Sigma Iota Chi is an international sorority, and is dedicated to fellowshipping and to loyalty to the school as well as to one another.” (Dixie Confederate, 1975 yearbook, p. 104.) The Sigma Iota Chi club is represented in the yearbooks from 1968 to 1977.

  • Scope and Contents

    This collection contains one scrapbook prepared by the club members of Sigma Iota Chi at Dixie State College between 1968 and 1970. It is made of construction paper with items attached with adhesive and photograph corners. There are photographs, flyers, activities notices, invitations, baby cards, baby shower items, sister sorority Christmas cards, newspaper clippings, 1969 fiscal year-end activity letter, January 1969, Vol. 57, Number 1 Newsletter called “The Parchment of Sigma Iota Chi” which is published bi-annually by the National sorority, and miscellaneous photographs and memorabilia. These materials cover several events, including Rush Weeks, Hell Weeks, Homecomings, Christmas parties, pledge announcements, and acceptance letters.

  • Arrangement

    The scrapbook is arranged as prepared by the Sigma Iota Chi club and separated into two school years, 1968-1969 and 1969-1970.

  • Preferred Citation

    Item description & date, UA 014 Sigma Iota Chi Scrapbook, Dixie State University Special Collections & Archives.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Reproduction and use of the materials in this collection are subject to copyright law. Dixie State University Library Special Collections and Archives holds the copyright to unpublished material in the collection that is not in the public domain. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be obtained from the Special Collections Librarian and Archivist and a correct citation provided. A user may be asked to submit a "Request for one-time use of photocopies or reproductions" form in order to obtain reproductions.

  • Conditions Governing Access

    The collection is open and freely available to researchers during Special Collection’s hours or by appointment.