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Descriptive Summary

Historical note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement note

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

African American Library at the Gregory School

Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity Collection RG.0004

An Inventory of Records at the African American Library at the Gregory School, Houston Public Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity
Title: Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity Collection
Dates: 1987-2010
Identification: RG.0004
Quantity: 1.2 Linear feet
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: African American Library at the Gregory School

Historical note

The Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity, Incorporated was founded on January 15, 1985 on the campus of Florida State University by founder Trevor Alexander Charles. Since that time, the fraternity has grown to include over 215 initiated members and five active chapters across the country. Being the first fraternity to be established in serving the needs of African American gay men, it now also serves the needs of other gay men of color. The organization provides community service to its members and the surrounding community and region. It is an outlet for gay man of color to express their leadership, scholastic ability, and identity to fellow members and professionals. In the year of its founding, the organization’s purpose was “to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards among black gay men.” The organization’s mission now includes: Health Awareness, Education, Political Empowerment, History and Heritage, and National Expansion to all of its members.Delta Phi Upsilon hosts a national convention, also known as the International Boule, during the second week of July in cities across the nation. It is an opportunity for members from all across the country to get together and discuss topics and issues that concern them and the organization.

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Scope and Contents

The Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity Collection consists of charter documents, constitution and bylaws, mission statement, photographs, manual, programs, and artifacts that document the history of the fraternity and its members.

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Arrangement note

Where appropriate the records have been arranged chronologically and by material type.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

None

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish or reproduce materials from the Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity Collection must be obtained from African American Library at the Gregory School or the appropriate copyright holder.

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Index Terms

Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity.
Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity.
African American gay men
African American men--Texas--Houston
Career devlopment
Career education--Texas--Houston.
Education, Higher
Gay men--United States
Greek letter societies
Professional education

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity Collection. RG0004, African American Library at the Gregory School, Houston Public Library.

Acquisition Information

Donated by: Darryl Wilson on behalf Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity, Inc

Processing Information

Processed by: Vice Lee, April 2010

Modified by: Miguell Ceasar, August 2013

Edited by: Billy Glasco, Jr., August 2013

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 
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1 1 Introduction

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1 2 Constitution and By-laws

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1 3 Photographs

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1 4 Song of the Brotherhood

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1 5 Delta Service Mission

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1 6 Newsletter

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1 7 Manual

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1 8 Programs-5th International Boule

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