Chi Phi Sigma was an Oakland, California club for Jewish girls between the ages of 16 and 18. The club was organized in 1937 for social and philanthropic pursuits.
The collection consists of scrapbooks that document the activities of Chi Phi Sigma, a teenage girls club based in Oakland, California, for the years 1937-1943. The scrapbooks have photographs, club documents, newsletters, and copies of newspaper clippings. The collection also contains some undated color photographs that document some later experiences of some of the club’s members.
Chi Phi Sigma Club (Oakland, Calif.)Size
1 box (.4 linear feet)Collection #
BANC MSS 2010.629 (WJHC 1997.011 AR1)Publication Date
October 8, 1937
Open to researchers. Collection Stored off-site: Advance notice required for use.