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.
Annie Gantt Anderson reads a copy of "Loyally: A History of Alpha Delta Pi" at the 1965 Grand Convention in Miami Beach, Florida.
This brochure describes the history of the Adelphean Society and Alpha Delta Pi and the restoration of Adelphean Hall at Wesleyan College.
This program from the 2001 Grand Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, features a message from the International President, a schedule for each day of the event, a directory of international officers and staff, a list of chapters, the standing rules of the convention, lists of the awards given at convention and grant recipients, and a map showing the location of all current chapters. This convention celebrates the 150th anniversary of Alpha Delta Pi, and several historical images are featured throughout the program.
This program from the 1957 Grand Convention includes a message from the Grand President, a directory of sorority officers, lists of convention staff and assignments, a schedule for each day of the event, the collegiate chapter roll, photographs of the collegiate delegates, the names of the alumnae delegates, and several reminders. The 1957 Grand Convention in Nassau, Bahamas, took delegates out of North America for the first time - for any Greek organization.
This booklet includes a list of women who lead Lion's Share service projects and an advertisement for the scholarship program.
Grand President Maxine Blake writes to Xi Province President Eunice Lewis about details for the 1951 Grand Convention Stunt Night.