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Group portrait of the Alpha Pi Delta Fraternity including James Branch

Wake Forest Original Campus Collection

Group portrait of the Alpha Pi Delta Fraternity including James Branch

Item Details

coverage
1935-1937
date
2017-12-11T20:39:55Z
2017-12-11T20:39:55Z
2017-12-11 (issued)
description
Group portrait of the Alpha Pi Delta Fraternity including James Branch seated on couch in front row. Listed on reverse as: Front Row (2) Bill Nagel, (3) Branch, (4) Cowan, Daivs Herring. Second Row (1) Hays Godwin, (4) Bryan, (5) Harden, (6) Clyde "Goat"
format
image/jpg
photographs
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/89721
language
English
relation
Wake Forest Historical Museum
Wake Forest Historical Museum Photograph Collection
XXXX.2
rights
Digital reproductions of this item from the Wake Forest Historical Museum Photograph Collection are made available under an assertion of fair use (17 U.S.C. 107) for noncommercial educational and research purposes only. Please note that this item may be subject to copyright. The original is property of Wake Forest Historical Museum, Wake Forest NC. Written permission from the copyright owner and any other rights holders must be obtained for any reuse of this item that extends beyond fair use or other statutory exemptions. Responsibility for the final determination of the copyright status and securing permission rests with those persons wishing to reuse the materials. Please contact Wake Forest Historical Museum (birthplace@wfu.edu) with questions.
subject
Fraternities & sororities
Branch, James Clarence
DeVane, Graham Stuart
Bryan, John Rupert Gunter
Herring, Davis Carroll
Hatcher, Clyde P.
Cowan, James Elton
Nagel, William George
Wiggs, Marvin Braxton
Godwin, Walter Hayes
Hardin, Paul Shepard
title
Group portrait of the Alpha Pi Delta Fraternity including James Branch
type
Still Image

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