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Subseries 5, Zeta Phi Epsilon, 1932

 Sub-Series — flat-box: 11

Scope and Contents

This subseries contains one silver-plated bowl with the Greek letters "Zeta Phi Epsilon" engraved at the center. Related to California Christian College's Zeta Phi Epsilon sorority, to which Melva Carlmark Haskell belonged. Haskell is an alumna of California Christian College and Chapmen College. The silver-plated bowl was made by Bernard Rice's Sons Incorporated.


  • 1932

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.

Biographical / Historical

Biographical/Historical note contributed by Claudia Horn:

Zeta Phi Epsilon was a women's sorority that grew out of the mutual interests of a group of women attending California Christian College. The women first organized as a sorority in the summer of 1930. Melva Virginia Carlmark (later Melva Carlmark Haskell) was listed as the President of Zeta Phi Epsilon in California Christian College's 1932 Ceer yearbook.


.8 Linear Feet (1 flat box)

Language of Materials



2019-008-a Carlmark-Haskell California Christian College and Chapman College alumni materials.

Repository Details

Part of the University Archives, Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections & Archives Repository

Chapman University
One University Drive
Orange CA 92866 USA US