Dean Sarah B. Holmes, Chapter President Carol Dorton, Grand President Maxine Blake, and Marta Rankin Porter, state membership chairman for Kentucky and chapter adviser, greet one another at a tea in honor of Blake. Blake was visiting Beta Psi Chapter to speak at a Panhellenic Day luncheon.
Delta Xi Chapter member Betsi Braden rides on the chapter's homecoming float.
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.
Cindy Barquist shows surprise as she receives the Jacksonville University Council Award for Leadership from University Council President John W. Connolly Jr.
Founder Ella Pierce Turner poses with her grandsons, Abbott, Jack, Harold, and Frances Turner.
Four members of Delta Epsilon Chapter who are included in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" talk outside on the stoop.
Members of Alpha Delta Pi enjoy a State Day luncheon at the Athletic Club in Indianapolis, Indiana, on March 19, 1949.
National Panhellenic Delegate Virginia Jacobsen (left) and Grand President Maxine Blake pose together at the 1961 Grand Convention in Pasadena, California.
Hostess Gladys Young welcomes an unidentified woman to Memorial Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.
Caralee Strock Stanard served as Grand President of Alpha Delta Pi from 1938-1948. She is also the author of the Alpha Delta Pi Creed.
This photograph was featured on page 17 of the March 1949 issue of The Adelphean.
These four members of Delta Sigma Chapter are all smiles as they hold their chapter charter.
Past officers Dorothy Candler, Evelyn Hix, Minnie Hubbard, and Dorothy Browden sit together at the 1955 dedication of the Memorial Headquarters and Executive Office in Atlanta, Georgia. This photograph was featured on page 13 of the Summer 1955 issue of The Adelphean.
The Memorial Headquarters and Executive Office in Atlanta, Georgia, was dedicated in 1955.
This home of Executive Secretary Mary Kelly Shearer at 611 Ash Avenue in Ames, Iowa, served as the Central Office for Alpha Delta Pi between 1925-1934.
Six members of Beta Omega Chapter relax in their living room.
Pi Chapter poses together in the fall of 1937. The women are identified on the back of the photograph.