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June Leo Grundy and Children With Books Photograph, c. 1949

June Leo Grundy and Children With Books Photograph, c. 1949

This photograph was featured on page 17 of the March 1949 issue of The Adelphean.

Four Akron Alumnae in Period Costumes Photograph, November 1954

Four Akron Alumnae in Period Costumes Photograph, November 1954

Four members of the Akron Alumnae Association pose in old-fashioned clothing for a contest during their November 1954 meeting. The winners are, from left to right, Agnes Heberich, Mrs. William A. Boesche, Mrs. George Merz, and Mrs. William R. Bond. This photograph is an enclosure to a letter from Joyce Hughes dated March 24, 1955.

First Diamond Circle at Convention Banquet Photograph, 1955

First Diamond Circle at Convention Banquet Photograph, 1955

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.

Upper Pinellas County Alumnae Association Officers With Charter Photograph, May 16, 1964

Upper Pinellas County Alumnae Association Officers With Charter Photograph, May 16, 1964

Constance Morgan, Elizabeth Brown, and Judith Sutton, officers of the Upper Pinellas County Alumnae Association, pose with their new charter at a Founders' Day luncheon on May 16, 1964.

Powell, Harris, and Simmers Playing With Boy on Crutches Photograph, c. 1952

Powell, Harris, and Simmers Playing With Boy on Crutches Photograph, c. 1952

Betty Bledsoe Powell, president of the Savannah Alumnae Association, Mary Oppen Harris, chairman of the National Cerebral Palsy Project, and Beatrice Simmer, an occupational therapist at the Trustee's Garden Village School, play with Jet Hieronymus, a student at the school. Alpha Delta Pi gave $1,000 to the Georgia Society for Crippled Children and Adults. This photograph was featured on page 29 of the December 1952 issue of The Adelphean.

Barbara Sherman Portrait Photograph

Barbara Sherman Portrait Photograph

Barbara Sherman served as the dean of women at Colby College.

Mary Alice Flint With Mustard Seed Remembrancers Photograph

Mary Alice Flint With Mustard Seed Remembrancers Photograph

Mary Alice Flint, originator of the Mustard Seed Remembrancer, sits behind a pile of her creations.

Anne Moore on White House South Lawn Photograph

Anne Moore on White House South Lawn Photograph

Anne Halliburton Moore poses on the south lawn of the White House. She was named an Outstanding Young Woman of American and was an appointee in the Reagan administration.

Sarah Branham Photograph

Sarah Branham 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.

Neva Jane Langley as Miss America Photograph, 1953

Neva Jane Langley as Miss America Photograph, 1953

Carol Rasco Portrait Photograph, c. 1994

Carol Rasco Portrait Photograph, c. 1994

Carol Hampton Rasco served as assistant to the president for domestic policy. This photograph was featured on page 4 of the Spring 1994 issue of The Adelphean.

Annie Anderson Reading

Annie Anderson Reading "Loyally" Photograph, 1965

Annie Gantt Anderson reads a copy of "Loyally: A History of Alpha Delta Pi" at the 1965 Grand Convention in Miami Beach, Florida.

Mrs. Courtney H. Hodges Knitting Photograph, 1939-1946

Mrs. Courtney H. Hodges Knitting Photograph, 1939-1946

Mildred Lee Hodges, wife of the Commander of the U.S. First Army Courtney H. Hodges, knits during World War II.

Shelley J. Ovsak With Air Force Certificate of Achievement Photograph, c. 1996

Shelley J. Ovsak With Air Force Certificate of Achievement Photograph, c. 1996

Sargeant Shelley J. Ovask holds a certificate of achievement for superior fitness performance at the U.S. Air Force Base in McGuire, New Jersey. This is an enclosure to a letter from Ovsak dated May 28, 1996.

Margaret Sloss Portrait Photograph

Margaret Sloss Portrait Photograph

Margaret Sloss became the first woman awarded a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Iowa State University in 1939. The Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equality on that campus is named in her honor.

Jessie Gray Portrait Photograph

Jessie Gray Portrait Photograph

Dr. Jessie Gray, a charter member of Beta Zeta Chapter, was the first female resident surgeon at the Toronto General Hospital in 1940 and the first woman elected to the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada in 1942. She is known as the "Canadian First Lady of Surgery."

Karen Longoria in Uniform With a Dog Photograph, 1990s

Karen Longoria in Uniform With a Dog Photograph, 1990s

Karen Longoria poses with a dog during her service in Operation Desert Storm. She was the first and only female company commander in the Gulf War and was awarded the Bronze Star.

Morristown Alumnae at Ronald McDonald House Shower Photograph, c. 2000

Morristown Alumnae at Ronald McDonald House Shower Photograph, c. 2000

Members of the Morristown Alumnae Association gather to shower the Ronald McDonald House in Knoxville, Tennessee, with supplies at their annual winter meeting. From left to right, they are Sara Moreman Eichelman, Anne Williams Helms, Ann Bryan Dickerson, Cheryl Bartley Seale, Billie Smith McElroy, Ann Medlin Frierson, Lea Wayne Perkins, Barbara Isenberg Bible, Betty Rich Stewart, and Kitty Roberts Coffey. This photograph was featured on page 24 of the Winter 2000 issue of The Adelphean.

Rutter, Carano, Sterling, Blanchette, and Einfalt at Founders' Day Celebration Photograph, 2005

Rutter, Carano, Sterling, Blanchette, and Einfalt at Founders' Day Celebration Photograph, 2005

Joanne McHenry Rutter, Paula Almassy Carano, Joan Lundberg Sterling, Colleen Hammett Blanchette, and Pat Myers Einfalt pose by a fountain holding potted violets during a Founders' Day celebration in 2005.

Jackson, Mississippi Alumnae Outside Ronald McDonald House Photograph, c. 1999

Jackson, Mississippi Alumnae Outside Ronald McDonald House Photograph, c. 1999

Members of the Jackson, Mississippi Alumnae Association volunteer at the grand opening of their local Ronald McDonald House expansion. The alumnae raised $10,000 to fund a playroom for the house. Shown posing with Ronald McDonald are Lil McKinnon-Hicks (kneeling), Ruth Ann Moore Allen, Lee Einhaus, Jana Barron Fuss, Dawn McGee Shadow, and Mary Jo Fava Zummo. This photograph was featured in the Winter 1999 issue of The Adelphean.