Phi Delta Theta

is one of the classic beauties of the campus. As is Fraternity Row. I know these are names not familiar to most of the readers except maybe three of us.

But 15 of the buildings you know by other names and for other functions, were where students lived, ate, partied, studied. No women, no diversity … many of the same functions of living that may be a part of current campus life.

Here are some pictures from 1955

The answers to the questions may be found here.

I knew the student admitted. The house was built in 1907, nine years before an Austrian corporal was serving in the German Army.

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