Members of Beta Nu Chapter enjoy a game of cards in the trophy room of their house. A note on the back of the photographs indicates that this is the only mantle in the house not made of marble.
Members of Alpha Delta Pi enjoy a State Day luncheon at the Athletic Club in Indianapolis, Indiana, on March 19, 1949.
This photograph was featured on page 17 of the March 1949 issue of The Adelphean.
Xi Chapter members pose together in the fall of 1943. The women are identified on the back of the photograph.
Minnie Allen Hubbard and several alumnae present a check to Lord and Lady Halifax for British war relief.
Patricia Shaw, delegate from Alpha Theta Chapter, and Virginia Jacobsen, president of Lambda Province, enjoy the 1941 Grand Convention at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia.
Mildred Lee Hodges, wife of the Commander of the U.S. First Army Courtney H. Hodges, knits during World War II.
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.
Members of Xi Chapter pose together in the spring of 1946. The women are identified on the back of the photograph.
The charter members of Gamma Theta Chapter pose together. The women are identified on the back of the photograph.
An unidentified woman poses by an ambulance maintained by Alpha Delta Pi during World War II. In 1941, Alpha Delta Pi launched the Thumbs Up Campaign to raise money and service for victims of the war.
Capi Flynn, Rosemary Jacobson, and Jeanne Waugh sit in an automobile in front of the Alpha Beta Chapter house.
From left to right, Grand Council members Helen Glenn, Maxine Blake, and Lilita McCorkle pose in evening gowns during the 1948 Grand Convention in Spring Lake, New Jersey.
Grand First Vice President (later Grand President) Maxine Blake sits by a reflecting pond during the 1941 Grand Convention at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia.
Mildred "Micky" Axton (center) poses on the wing of a plane with two unidentified women. Axton was one of the first three Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) test pilots and was the first woman to fly a B-29.
Adele Conselyea and her daughter look into a reflecting pond during the 1941 Grand Convention at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia.
This issue is dominated by World War II, from Alpha Delta Pi members serving in the military to service projects of individuals, chapters, and alumnae groups. Profiles of Alpha Beta and Omega Chapters, as well as chapter and alumnae association reports round out the issue.
Wilgus writes about Jinx Ryan, an Olympic swimmer who is now a new member of Lambda Chapter. A photograph of Ryan is included.
This article profiles Mildred Ahlgren, president of the Indiana Federation of Women's Clubs. A photograph of Ahlgren with her daughter accompanies the article.