Demosthenian Hall at the University of Georgia, built in 1824
Members of the Miami University Erodelphian Literary Society, 1906.
Members of the Miami University Adelphic Association, 1913.
Members of the Arlington Training School's Jolly Junior Literary Society, circa 1913-1916
The University of Pennsylvania Philomathean Society Meeting Room circa 1913
The Philodemic Society Room in 1910
Philomathean Hall of Erskine College
Clio Hall of Princeton University
Demosthenian Hall at the University of Georgia
The Dialectic Society Chamber in New West at the University of North Carolina
Jefferson Hall at the University of Virginia

College literary societies in American higher education were a distinctive kind of social organization, distinct from literary societies generally, and they were often the precursors of college fraternities and sororities.

- College literary societies

Among the first student publications and organizations were the Central Literary Data (later The Huntingtonian), the Philomathean Literary Society, the Zetalethean Literary Society, and the Debating Club, as well as student singing clubs and athletic teams for both sexes.

- Huntington University (United States)
Demosthenian Hall at the University of Georgia, built in 1824

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