Consists of photographs taken by Mr. Wolff documenting the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Eastern. Mr. Wolff was a charter member of this fraternity. His photos show the ways in which the fraternity participated in campus life at Eastern Washington State College in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Fraternities began operating at Eastern Washington State College in the 1960s. James Wolff was one of the founding members of the Zeta Nu chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha on the EWSC campus. He photographed the activities the Pi Kappa Alpha brothers participated in. This collection of black and white prints, black and white negatives, color negatives, and color slides documents undergraduate Greek life at EWSC, now Eastern Washington University in the late 1960s.
Related material: Online finding aid (collection description and contents list).
Funding for digitization was provided by the Pi Kappa Alpha Fund, in support of the Hidden Collections Digitization Project.