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Penn History

These histories were researched and written by Benjamin Foster Carlson

This medical fraternity was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in January 1891.

Alpha Mu Pi Omega, fraternity, insignia, 1902

Its first members were Aaron M. Billstein (M.D. 1892), Joseph C. Bloodgood (M.D. 1891), Henry H. Doan (M.D. 1890), S. Potts Eagleton (M.D. 1890), Goldson T. Lamson (M.D. 1892), Arthur J. Patek (M.D. 1892), William E. Robertson (M.D. 1892), George H. Richardson (M.D. 1891), and Frederick Wilson (M.D. 1891).

The purpose of the fraternity is to have an association in which practicing physicians and students can meet. The Beta chapter was formed at Columbia University in 1893. Penn’s Alpha chapter owned its house in 1930.

Alpha Mu Pi Omega, fraternity pin
Alpha Mu Pi Omega, fraternity pin