Kalamazoo College Kappa Pi Society, 1914
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The members of Kalamazoo College's Kappa Pi literary society, 1914. The women's literary society was founded in 1906 as a spin-off from the existing society for women, the Eurodelphians, because of increased enrollment. The society was known for its fundraising efforts, including cookbook sales to raise money for a piano. The last names of the women pictured are written on the back of the photograph, which has been trimmed so that some names are lost. The photographer is not identified.
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