The Sigma Delta Chi Oregon State Chapter Records document the membership and activities of the student chapter of the national professional fraternity in journalism, which was established at Oregon State University in 1920. The records include correspondence, membership rosters, reports, publications, and a constitution.
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Photographs of the members and activities of Sigma Delta Chi during the 1930s are part of the Journalism Department Photographs (P 208) and correspondence pertaining to the founding of the chapter is available in the Journalism Department Records (RG 091). The Memorabilia Collection (MC-Sigma Delta Chi) includes a 1926 pamphlet prepared by Sigma Delta Chi, Getting Out an Effective High School Annual. The records of the Oregon State chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, the women's journalism professional society are also held by the Archives as well as the papers of several journalism faculty and alumni: Ted Carlson, Hope Chamberlin, and Fred M. Shideler.