Eta Phi Chapter
In early 1925, Brothers Matthew Bullock, Esq., and Dr. Theodore E. McCurdy surveyed the area and petitioned the National Office to establish a graduate chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. in Boston, Massachusetts. They did this so that they could continue their fraternal union as Omega men beyond the undergraduate year. Their petition was approved on July 1, 1925 under the leadership of Grand Basileus George L. Vaughn, and the Eta Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was chartered.
Eta Phi Charter Members
A. B. Russell, Jr., B.S., D.M.D., first African American to be invited to Forsyth Dental Infirmary
Alfred T. Clark, A.B., Inspector, General Electric Company
Rev. C. R. Winthrop. A.B., S.T.B.
E. Mcleod. A.B., B.D.
Everett. C. Yates, B.S.
Irwin. T. Dorch LL.B.
Attorney Matthew W. Bullock, A.B.. Dartmouth, LL.B., Harvard. Special Assistant Attorney General of Massachusetts
Rev. O. Bostic Quick A.B., B.D.
S. C. Fuller, A.B, M.D., Boston University, Associate Professor of Neurology, Boston University, Assistant Visiting Physician of Neurology, Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital
Samuel A. Allen, A.B-, Howard University, Secretary Boston Urban League
Dr. T. E. A. McCurdy, M.D., Leonard Medical School. L.R.C.S., Edinburgh, Scotland
W. O. Taylor, A.B., S.T.B., A.M., M.D., Specialist in Electro-Therapy
Warmoth T. Gibbs Sr., A.B.
William S. Lawrence, Pianist, and Accompanist to Roland Hayes
Eta Phi Officers 1925
Basileus: Dr. T. E. A. McCurdy
Keeper of Records and Seal: Samuel A. Allen
Keeper of Finance: Everett C. Yates
Keeper pf Peace: William Lawrence
Chaplain: Rev. C. R. Winthrop
Eta Phi in the early years fostered various projects such as
Negro Achievement Week
Annual Moonlight Sail
Eta Phi Chapter currently participates in chapter-sponsored community initiatives such as