University of Mississippi: Sigma Alpha Epsilon House (demolished) – University MS

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“Congress granted permission for universities to use Works Progress Administration funds for fraternal housing. The Sigma Alpha Epsilon House, occupied in the fall of 1935, was the first built on Fraternity Row after the ban on fraternities and sororities was lifted. It burned in 1953” (Walton, 2008, p. 160).

Source notes

Walton, G. W. (2008). The University of Mississippi: A Pictorial History. Nashville, TN: Booksmith Group.

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Fraternity Row
University , Mississippi 78677

Coordinates: 34.3651112, -89.5414351

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