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"Phi Beta Epsilon" (1927)

This light-hearted silent film shows life at the Phi Beta Epsilon fraternity at MIT during the 1926-1927 academic year. It is filled with silly gags and activities, from house-cleaning to house parties and sports events – a wonderful compendium of images reflecting life at MIT in the 1920s. Courtesy of MIT Museum. [T6031]

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