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    Thomas D. and Virginia Gulledge Nichols Collection

    Fort Worth Businesswoman's Society Banquet

    Summary: Collection of Virginia and Katherine Gulledge from 1930-1988. The sisters were professional women beginning in the 1930's. Both were involved in several professional women's clubs and sororities from that period. This donation comes from various organizations in which they participated. Virginia Gulledge later married Thomas D. Nichols.
    • Scrapbook for Pi Omicron Sorority from about 1930-1940, 11 by 15 inches.
    • Pi Omicronicle for Zeta, Eta-Iota, and Tau Chapters, Fort Worth, April 1933, newsletter, five pages
    • The Pi Omicron, Volume 1, No. 4. Convention Issue, August 1936
    • Phi Eta Sorority album of members in Fort Worth, 1938. Includes 45 portraits by Reid Photography
    • Scrapbook for Phi Eta Sorority from 1940-1947, 10 by 14 inches
    • "Sweet Tooth," cookbook from Mu chapter of Phi Eta Sorority. 1982. Stapled, typed, paper cover
    • Directories for Mu Chapter, Phi Eta Sorority. 1982-82, 1985-86, 1986-87.
    • The Phi Etan, March 1988. newsletter, six pages
    • Minutes from governing board of Phi Eta, from 1939-1949
    • Constitution of Phi Eta Sorority, adopted June 4, 1938, Fort Worth, Texas
    • Page from publication for Phi Eta Sorority, 1946, with by-law changes
    • Minutes of meetings of governing board of Pi Omicron Sorority, 1938
    • Page from publication for Pi Omicron giving list of State officers, 1938
    • Directories for Delta Delta Delta alumnae chapter in Fort Worth, 1953-1955
    • Ceramic wall plate or ash tray with "Phi Eta" painted on it
    • Newspaper clippings concerning Phi Eta activities: May 15, 1963; May 1973
    • Photograph: Sorority banquet, 1930s, in Anna Shelton Hall at Fort Worth Woman's Club; 8 by 10 inches, black and white, Jernigan Photo Service, Fort Worth (image shown)

    Follow link to view the Thomas D. and Virginia Gulledge Nichols Scrapbooks page.