Fraternity Leaders

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Mary H. Macaulay, Occupational Information Chairman

Thompson provides biographical information about Mary Macaulay, fraternity occupational information chairman. This article includes a photograph of Macaulay.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: Jan 1947

Meet Our Volunteers

This article spotlights 11 district governors and district alumnae chairmen and includes photographs of each.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1987

Meet the Volunteers, Fall 1973

This section provides profiles of five volunteer Fraternity leaders and includes photographs of four of them.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1973

Mothers and Daughters at Convention Photograph, 1920

A group of Alpha Phi mothers and daughters pose together at the 1920 Convention in Greencastle, Indiana. Included in the photograph are future International President Marian Wiley Keys (front, third from left) and her mother, former National President Genevra Gwynn Wiley (directly behind Marian).

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1920

Nancy DeVoe Speaking at Convention Photograph, 1982

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1982

Nominations Are Now in Order

International President Sally McCall Grant solicits nominations for the Fraternity Executive Board, the Fraternity Board of Trustees, and the Foundation Board of Trustees and provides brief descriptions of the positions.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1987

Nominations Committee to Collegiate and Alumnae Chapters, Administrators, and District Officers Memo, April 1980

The Nominations Committee lists the nominees for officers to be elected at the 1980 Convention. Brief biographies of each candidate are included.

Collection: Beta Epsilon Chapter Scrapbook Collection
Date: Apr 1980

Officers' Conference Photograph, c. 1953-1957

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1953 - 1957

Past Presidents at Convention Photograph, 1932

A group of five past international presidents pose together during the 1932 Convention at the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. They are (left to right) Jessie Thompson Balderston, Alice Morgan Roedel, Minnie Moulding Goodsmith, Winifred Goodmith Richardson, and Helen Bull.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1932

Phi and Dum Core Photograph, c. 1976

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1976

Phyllis Selig Portrait Photograph, 1974

Phyllis Sims Selig served as International President from 1974-1978.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1974

Ruth Abbott Jones at Convention Photograph, 1930

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1930

Sara Ann Hatton and Mary Adams at Convention Photograph, 1966

Outgoing and incoming International Presidents Mary Macaulay Adams and Sara Ann Wheeler Hatton pose together at the 1966 Convention.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1966

Seattle Alumnae Chapter Scrapbook, Page 41

This page features seven newspaper articles about alumnae traveling to the 1966 National Convention, a speech in favor of fraternities by the president of Ohio State University, a new appointee to the Community College District No. 10 Board of Trustees, the newly named Transportation Woman of the Year, a Peace Corps volunteer's experience in Afghanistan, the winner of the Alpha Phi Christmas card design competition, and the election of Betty Mullins Jones as International President of Alpha Phi.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1966 - 1970

Seattle Alumnae Chapter Scrapbook, Page 50

This page features a magazine article about being a mother by Alpha Phi International President Betty Mullins Jones.

Collection: Archive Collection
Date: 1970