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Young man receives a check. A scenic painting or photo of a mountain lake decorates the wall.

1961

Young man receives a check. Another young man holds a fraternity paddle with Greek letters. A scenic painting or photo of a mountain lake decorates the wall.

1961

Young man receives a check. A scenic painting or photo of a mountain lake decorates the wall.

1961

Young man receives a check. A scenic painting or photo of a mountain lake decorates the wall.

1961

Bernays at the podium. Honorary induction of Edward Bernays into Phi Alpha Tau fraternity at the First and Second Church. Bernays was known as the "Father of Public Relations".

1987-10-28

Reception at the Westin Hotel. Pictured left to right: unknown, Walter Stelkovish, Leo Nickole and Neal [last name unknown].

1986-05-10

Five people behind a long white-draped table with an Alpha Pi Theta banner in front. A bearded man speaks into a microphone. There is a camera man in the far left corner of the photograph.

1986-05-10

Formally dressed young people seated at a long table. The Greek fraternal letters Phi Alpha Tau are on display. Founded in 1902, Phi Alpha Tau is the nation’s oldest professional communicative arts fraternity.

1959

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