Founder Ella Pierce Turner poses with her grandsons, Abbott, Jack, Harold, and Frances Turner.
Members of the first Diamond Circle, the ceremony that honors 50-year members of Alpha Delta Pi, enjoy a banquet during convention. The Diamond Circle Ceremony was first conducted at the 1955 Grand Convention in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Alumnae at the table include Odille King Dasher, Louisa Horton, Annie Gantt Anderson, Virginia Anderson, and Mrs. Mueller.
Members of the Grand Council of Alpha Delta Pi pose in the Adelphean Room at Wesleyan College. From left to right, they are Helen Glenn, grand secretary-treasurer; Maxine Blake, grand president; Helen Murray, grand vice president; and Lilita McCorkle, grand vice president.
This oil painting of Founder Eugenia Tucker Fitzgerald was created by Glascock Reynolds from an old daguerreotype of Fitzgerald.
National Council members and committee chairmen pose together at the 1929 Grand Convention in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. The women are identified on the back of the photograph.
Dr. Sarah Branham is credited with the discovery of a successful treatment for spinal meningitis. She was the first to isolate the meningococcal microorganism that causes meningitis and developed the first effective serum for a cure of the disease.
Annie Gantt Anderson reads a copy of "Loyally: A History of Alpha Delta Pi" at the 1965 Grand Convention in Miami Beach, Florida.
Founder Eugenia Tucker Fitzgerald poses outside in Fort Worth, Texas, during an Alpha Zeta Chapter party on May 15, 1924.
From right to left, Estella Strahm, Dorothy Ward, Florence Wallace, Gladys Tilley, the installing officer, Anna Malott, Lucile Yates, Candace Caton, and Myrtle Hyre pose together during the installation of Tau Chapter in May 1912.
Nine guests pose with a mannequin of Founder Eugenia Fitzgerald during the 1989 Executive Office open house. From left to right, they include Charlotte Taylor, Ellen Head, Tim Hudson, Nan Van Patten, "Eugenia," Moses Carroll, Chloe Tonney, Ann Satcher, Martha Parker, and Jean Smith.
Jewel Davis Scarborough served as national president of Alpha Delta Pi from 1913-1917.
This brochure describes the history of the Adelphean Society and Alpha Delta Pi and the restoration of Adelphean Hall at Wesleyan College.
This program comes from a musical and literary event given by the Adelphean Society.
This program from the first Grand Convention in Macon, Georgia, in 1906 features a schedule for each day of the meeting and the lyrics to several Alpha Delta Pi songs. The program belonged to Elizabeth Moseley, the first president of the sorority.
This program from the 1913 Grand Convention in Chicago, Illinois, includes a list of the Executive Council and other convention officers, a schedule for each day of the event, and the lyrics to several Alpha Delta Pi songs.
This program for a banquet at the 1927 Grand Convention, held aboard the S.S. Cape Trinity on the St. Lawrence River, features a poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox and the schedule and menu for the event.
This program from the 1931 Founders' Day banquet of the Atlanta Alumnae Association features the lyrics to the Alpha Delta Pi National Song and "I Love the Pin," a schedule for the event, and the Lambda Chapter roll.
This certificate states that Barbara Schlafer was initiated into Theta Chapter on June 10, 1908.