Title: Bismarck-Mandan City Council of Beta Sigma Phi
Collection Number: 10817
Quantity: .25 foot
Abstract: Consists of by-laws, minutes, membership lists, and information on the 1989 State Beta Sigma Phi Convention which was held in Bismarck. The Bismarck-Mandan City Council purpose “is to promote inter-chapter harmony and to provide a way for the members of chapters to correlate their planning and activities for city-wide events. The chapters in Bismarck Mandan include: Delta, Laureate Theta, Preceptor Beta, Xi Eta, and Xi Omicron.
Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Bismarck-Mandan City Council of Beta Sigma Phi Records from V. Sue Gress in May 2001.
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Box / Folder Inventory
1 By-laws 1979
2 Miscellaneous Records 1985-1996
3 State Convention Committee minutes, correspondence, publicity 1989
4 Roll Call, Attendance 1979-1996
5 Minutes 1979-1996
6 Executive Board Minutes 1979
7 Rosters: Xi Eta, Delta, Xi Omicron, Preceptor Beta, Laureate Theta 1979-1996
8 Budgets 1983-1984, 1986-1987
9 Committee Reports 1982-1989
10 Correspondence 1984
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