(Societies, Alumni, "Who's Who", etc.)

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(Note: Alumni directories are listed under the state in which the institution is located)


"American Medical Directory." Ninth Edition. American Medical Association 1925. A register of legally qualified physicians of the United States, Alaska, Canal Zone, Hawaii, Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico, Canada and Newfoundland. JM14


U.S. Military Academy (West Point): see under New York.

U.S. Naval Academy: see under Maryland.

Fraternities and Sororities

"DELTA DELTA DELTA ALUMNAE DIRECTORY 1995." Tri Delta chapters worldwide. MF1

"History of the Alpha Delta Pi." From the founding of the Adelphean Society in 1851 at Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Ga., to the Establishment of the fifty-ninth chapter of the National organization at Brooklyn College, New York in 1931. Edited and Complied by Jessica North MacDonald, Ames, Iowa, The Powers Press 1931. Copyright, 1929, by Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Third printing. K28

"The years remembered of Sigma Sigma Sigma, the first 55yrs, 1898-1953." Biographies and pictures on some members from all over. MF1

"Who's Who..." and other biographical directories

"Personalities of America Second Edition." The American Biographical Institute, 1983. Biographies of many Americans, including occupation, religious affiliation, and professional organizations. WH

"Personalities of the West and Midwest-Seventh Edition." The American Biographic Institute, 1982. The American Biographical Instiute presents the Seventh Edition in it regional series PERSONALITIES OF THE WEST AND MIDWEST. This volume continues the tradition of recognizing eforts and docmenting valuable biographical facts of those individuals who contribute to the general community, state and public betterment localized in the twenty-five West and MidWestern states. Effects are shown through career, civic, cultural, edcuational, scientific, religious or political endeavors. WH

"Who's Who in Polish America." Ed. Rev. Francis Bolek; New York: Harbinger House; 1943. 5,000 short biographies of notable Polish-Americans, both living and historical. They are listed alphabetically, by state, and by profession. K30