Demosthenian Hall at the University of Georgia, built in 1824
Alpha Chi Alpha, 2007
Members of the Miami University Erodelphian Literary Society, 1906.
Dartmouth Hall, circa 1834
Members of the Miami University Adelphic Association, 1913.
The second physical plant of Kappa Kappa Kappa, located at 22 North College Street and occupied by the fraternity from 1894 to 1924. The fraternity added the "goat room" (meeting room) at the rear.
Members of the Arlington Training School's Jolly Junior Literary Society, circa 1913-1916
Dartmouth Beta House, circa 1920, would later become home to the Tucker Foundation.
The University of Pennsylvania Philomathean Society Meeting Room circa 1913
Delta Tau Delta, shown here circa 1915, would in 1960 become today's Bones Gate fraternity.
The Philodemic Society Room in 1910
Dartmouth Beta House, 2009
Philomathean Hall of Erskine College
Bones Gate, 2007
Clio Hall of Princeton University
Gamma Delta Chi, 2007
Demosthenian Hall at the University of Georgia
Theta Delta Chi, 2007
The Dialectic Society Chamber in New West at the University of North Carolina
Tri-Kap, 2007
Jefferson Hall at the University of Virginia
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 2007
Sigma Nu, 2007
Phi Delta Alpha, 1986
Chi Gamma Epsilon, 2007
Chi Heorot, 2007
Psi Upsilon, 2007
Zeta Psi, 2007
Alpha Xi Delta, 2011
Epsilon Kappa Theta, 2007
Kappa Delta Epsilon, 2007
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 2007
Sigma Delta, 2007
Chi Delta, 2007
Alpha Theta, 2007
The Tabard, 2007
Phi Tau, 2007
Alpha Delta, 2007
Delta Kappa Epsilon, circa 1915
The brotherhood and physical plant of Lambda Chi Alpha in the 1922 Dartmouth College yearbook, The Aegis
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 2007
Phi Gamma Delta, circa 1915
Phi Kappa Psi, circa 1915

Social fraternities at Dartmouth College grew out of a tradition of student literary societies that began in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

- Dartmouth College Greek organizations

Some examples include the Philodemic and Philonomosian Societies at Georgetown University, the American Whig and Cliosophic Societies at Princeton University, Social Friends and United Fraternity at Dartmouth College, the Philorhetorian and Peithologian societies at Wesleyan University, the Philologian and Philotechnian societies at Williams College, the Philomathean and Zelosophic societies at the University of Pennsylvania, the Philolexian and Peithologian societies at Columbia University, the Clariosophic, Euphradian, and the Euphrosynean societies at the University of South Carolina, the Phi Kappa and Demosthenian societies at the University of Georgia, the Linonia and Brothers in Unity at Yale University, the Miami Union and Erodelphian (previously Adelphic) societies at Miami University and Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

- College literary societies
Demosthenian Hall at the University of Georgia, built in 1824

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