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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity & Foundation

1856 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60201

Historic Sites

Established in 1927 as the Levere Memorial Foundation, the non-profit corporation of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was created to generate funds for the construction and maintenance of the Levere Memorial Temple and its artifacts.

This 80-year-old Indiana limestone building was constructed as a memorial to the members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon who fought and died in our nation's wars, and contains some of the last stained-glass works of Louis C. Tiffany.

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