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Feathers

 Organization

Feathers was a women's pep organization established at the Municipal University of Omaha in 1935. The first official emblem of the organization was an "O" crossed with a diagonal feather, intended to evoke the image of a cardinal, the school mascot at the time. The first president of the organization was Dorothy Anderson, who was also then president of Sigma Chi Omicron. At the outset, Feathers included representatives from several OU sororities. By about 1937, Feathers had become a chapter of Phi Sigma Chi, a national pep organization. The Feathers were active until circa 1962.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Angels Flight Cape and Hat; Feathers beanie cap, circa 1956

 File — Box: Angel Flight [3]
Scope and Contents The Angels Flight cape and hat and Feathers beanie cap of Marilyn Johnson Haman, OU class of 1956.

Feathers Pep Red Sweater and Black Skirt, 1957

 Item — Box: Feathers [1]
Scope and Contents The UNO Artifact Collection includes objects related to the University of Nebraska at Omaha and its predecessor the University of Omaha, from circa 1908 to the present.

The collection includes a diverse array of OU and UNO branded items, t-shirts, hats, sweaters, blankets, scrapbooks, proclamations, trophies, award plaques, flags, pennants, pins, pens, seat cushions, coffee mugs, toys, ephemera, memorabilia, and other objects.

The bulk of this collection has not yet been ...