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Myron Pugh

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Delta Chi (no longer standing)

Myron Pugh was an architect in the early and mid 20th century. Based in Madison, Wisconsin he designed many Indiana University fraternity and sorority houses for Ralph Crowl, a businessman also based in Madison. The Greek houses he designed in Bloomington are:

  • Delta Gamma, 1926, 105 N. Jordan Avenue (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. VIII No. 1, 1926-04-03)
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1926, N. Jordan Avenue (partially destoyed by fire and demolished) (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. VIII No. 1, 1926-04-03)
  • Phi Omega Pi, 1926, 1012 E. Third Street (no longer standing) (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. VIII No. 1, 1926-04-03)
  • Kappa Sigma, 1926, E. Third Street (demolished) (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. VIII No. 1, 1926-04-03)
  • Phi Mu, 1926, N. Jordan Avenue (demolished) (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. VIII No. 1, 1926-04-03)
  • Delta Chi, 1926, N. Jordan Avenue (no longer standing) (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. VIII No. 7, 1926-05-15)
  • Theta Chi, 1926, Jordan Avenue (no longer standing) (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. VIII No. 8, 1926-05-22)
  • Alpha Chi Omega, 1926, 111 S. Jordan Avenue (Leo R. Dowling International Center) (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. VIII No. 21, 1926-08-21)
  • Sigma Kappa, 1927, N. Jordan Avenue
  • Sigma Pi, 1928, 527 East Sixth Street (News of the Week, Indiana Construction Recorder, Vol. IX No. 6, 1927-05-7)