ΣAE has compiled a significant collection of valuable archival holdings that collectively constitute primary source evidence or the raw materials with which to tell stories from SAE's past. This site currently contains only a small fraction of the vast holdings in SAE's archive, which holds more than 4,000,000 pages! In the future, SAE hopes to digitize the entirety of its history and make it available here along with a variety of interactive features.
The Fraternity’s commitment to service was highly evident during World War I, when approximately eight thousand brothers joined the call to arms. More than one hundred and fifty of those men died.Begin Exhibit
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