Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity: A Centennial Celebration
The “Seven Jewels”: Students, Then Brothers
Vertner Woodson Tandy, 1884-1949
Birthplace: Lexington, KY
In the city of Ithaca, New York, April 8, 1992 was named Vertner Woodson Tandy Day.
St. Philip’s Protestant Episcopal Church, 210-216 West 134th Street, Borough of Manhattan, was built 1910-11. Architects: Vertner W. Tandy and George W. Foster, Jr. A report on the church is part of the New York (N.Y.) Landmarks Preservation Commission, held at Columbia University.For more information on the structure and commission, see: Streetscapes/St. Philip's Episcopal Church;After the Wooden Ceiling Came Tumbling Down
Photograph of Vertner W. Tandy, Founder of Alpha Phi Alpha [view]
Honor Designs. Cornell University. College of Architecture. Vol. VII. 1906-07. Cornell University College of Architecture, Art and Planning student projects [view]
Tandy’s drawing of a pool and pavilion (ca. 1906-1907) was part of a volume of student honors designs.