We're into the social organizations now. All the fraternities and sororities follow the same template here. There's a picture of the house, a few paragraphs about each, headshots of the members and three photos of what their life is like.
So we'll take a look at a few of those over the course of the next five pages. These are all fraternity pictures because the sorority photographs were very bland and don't really inform us of anything.
This, however, is the Delta Sigma Pi fraternity.
One of those uncomfortable moments of our past that must be addressed, particularly in a then-to-now comparison. African-American students didn't come to Auburn for another decade and this gentleman is the first one I've found in the 1953 book.
He worked in their kitchen, apparently, but the rest is a mystery. Who he is, what he did with the rest of his life we'll never know, but perhaps some of his kids or grandchildren made it into AU.