Digitized materials in this online collection form part of the Cleofan records (AC-0646) in the MIT Libraries Department of Distinctive Collections. For more information about the materials, please consult the collection finding aid.

Collection scope and contents:
In 1890, Eta Sigma Mu was founded as the first club for women students at MIT. At first it was a select group, but that changed soon after. It was a social club holding regular Friday teas for its members and receptions more broadly for the Institute. In 1897, the name was changed to Cleofan. The collection contains meeting minutes notebooks and correspondence. The materials span from 1890 to 1937, with the bulk of the collection dating from the 1890s.

Dates:
Majority of material found within 1890 - 1897; 1937

Please note:
Materials in this collection may be under copyright. Please consult the collection finding aid or catalog record and the MIT Libraries Permissions Policy for more information.

Citation:
Please cite the source item title (dc.title), collection title and identifier, and repository.

Example: Letter from Katharine Dexter McCormick to the President of Cleofan, 1937 September 23 . Cleofan records (AC-0646). Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Libraries. Department of Distinctive Collections.

Repository details:
Part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Libraries. Department of Distinctive Collections Repository https://libraries.mit.edu/distinctive-collections