This article includes brief reports on chapter life and events from the chapters in Omicron Province. One photograph accompanies this article.
This brief article announces that Alpha Delta Pi will not hold a convention in 1943 due to World War II.
This article discusses the sorority's Red Cross kit bag project to support the troops in World War II. Several photographs of Alpha Delta Pi members working on service projects accompany this article.
This article lists members of Alpha Delta Pi serving in the military.
This article announces that Lt. Barbara Thane is the first Californian and one of the first nineteen women in the country to become an officer in the women's auxiliary of the U.S. Marine Corps.
This article announces that Elizabeth Bartley Hall became one of the first Alpha Delta Pis on record to enter the SPARS, the women's reserve of the U.S. Coast Guard. A photograph of Hall's swearing in accompanies the article.
This article highlights several members of Alpha Delta Pi who have made outstanding contributions to the war effort.
Inside the back cover of this scrapbook are pasted five postcards from the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago, Illinois, the site of the 1944 Alpha Delta Pi Officers' Wartime Workshop.
This page features programs from the 1944 Alpha Upsilon Chapter Founders' Day luncheon and workshops in Chicago, Illinois, and Heidelberg Beach, Ohio. Also included is a postcard from the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago.
This program features the schedule for each day of a wartime workshop for Alpha Delta Pi officers held at the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago, Illinois.
Harris writes to the 1941 Grand Convention about Alpha Delta Pi's finances, membership, alumnae associations, alumnae-active relations, and philanthropy, especially related to the onset of World War II. She also provides information on the sorority's two memorial funds, the Abigail Davis Student Loan Fund and the 1851 Memorial Fellowship Fund.
This report summarizes the events and activities of Gamma Alpha Chapter and its members for the 1943-1944 school year.
This special recruitment edition of the Diamond Points newsletter features articles on war work, alumnae membership, recruitment guidelines, prominent alumnae, and scholarship.
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 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 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.