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Adelphean Hall of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Brochure, 1851-1941

Adelphean Hall of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Brochure, 1851-1941

This brochure describes the history of the Adelphean Society and Alpha Delta Pi and the restoration of Adelphean Hall at Wesleyan College.

Minnie Allen Hubbard Badge with Rho Guard, c. 1912

Minnie Allen Hubbard Badge with Rho Guard, c. 1912

This Alpha Delta Pi badge with a Rho Chapter guard belonged to Grand President Minnie Allen Hubbard. The badge features a border of pearls and diamond points.

Idawee Harlan Jackson Badge, 1906

Idawee Harlan Jackson Badge, 1906

This Alpha Delta Phi badge belonged to Idawee Harlan. The badge features a border of pearls and emeralds or green glass.

Mattie Lockett Adelphean Badge, April 1874

Mattie Lockett Adelphean Badge, April 1874

This Adelphean Society badge belonged to Mattie Lockett Davis, the mother of Grand President Jewel Scarborough Davis. It features an image of two clasped hands and the motto "We Live for Each Other."

Annie Massenburg Adelphean Badge with WFC Guard, c. 1879

Annie Massenburg Adelphean Badge with WFC Guard, c. 1879

This Adelphean Society badge with a Wesleyan Female College guard belonged to Annie Massenburg. It features an image of two clasped hands and the motto "We Live for Each Other," with turquoise and pearl points.

Jewel Davis Scarborough Badge with Alpha Guard, 1907

Jewel Davis Scarborough Badge with Alpha Guard, 1907

This Alpha Delta Pi badge with an Alpha Chapter guard belonged to National President Jewel Davis Scarborough. The badge features a border of pearls.

Maxine Blake Badge with Alpha Theta Guard, October 12, 1924

Maxine Blake Badge with Alpha Theta Guard, October 12, 1924

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.

Fifty-Five Years Ago, in Macon, First Woman's Club Was Formed Newspaper Clipping, c. 1906

Fifty-Five Years Ago, in Macon, First Woman's Club Was Formed Newspaper Clipping, c. 1906

This article features an interview with Founder Mary Evans Glass about the beginning of the Adelphean Society.