Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house originally sat on the present site of Lambda Chi Alpha. Fraternity archives state that the house was built under the supervision of George H. Hamlin, an alumnus of the class of 1873, a former professor of Engineering, and member of the fraternity. The original chapter house burned down during the Easter holiday of 1924. The second house was built in 1925 on land bought by the chapter. Phi Gamma Delta grew out of the first fraternal organization on campus, QTV which had the first chapter house on campus.
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Phi Gamma Delta, fraternity house, College Avenue