This 10-karat gold ring belonged to Executive Director Linda Welch Ablard. It features a blue stone with the Alpha Delta Pi coat of arms.
This patch from the Advanced Section, Communications Zone, European Theater of Operations of the U.S. Army belonged to Helen Glenn. It features a blue five-pointed star inside a lightning bolt breaking a gold chain, set on a blue background.
This case contains portraits of Grand President Jewel Davis Scarborough and her mother, Mattie Lockett Davis. Scarborough was a member of Alpha Chapter, while her mother had been an Adelphean.
This pin with the insignia of the U.S. Army Signal Corps belonged to Helen Glenn. It features two crossed signal flags - white with a red center and red with a white center - with a flaming torch at the center.
This Alpha Delta Pi badge with an Alpha Chapter guard belonged to National President Jewel Davis Scarborough. The badge features a border of pearls.
This Alpha Delta Pi badge with an Alpha Theta Chapter guard belonged to Grand President Maxine Blake. The white gold badge features a border of pearls and diamond points.
This pin from the World War II-era was awarded upon completion of 150 hours of war service. It features the letters ADPi with a blue banner reading "We Serve" under them.
This sterling silver charm featuring an image of a torch and the Olympic rings is from the 1996 Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
This charm in the shape of a U.S. passport is from an unidentified convention.