Alpha (DePauw University) chapter members pose together for a formal portrait. Four of the women are identified: Lillian Moore Cottingham (Alpha, DePauw University, upper right corner), Anna Allen Smith (Alpha, DePauw University, second row, left), Daisy Steele Wilson (Alpha, DePauw University, lower left corner) and Mary Janet Wilson (Alpha, DePauw University, lower right corner).
This suite of offices in the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce Building served as the central office of Alpha Chi Omega from 1929-61.
The Founders' Bell Tower was constructed by Alpha Chi Omega as part of DePauw University's new performing arts building in 1976 and dedicated to the memory of the seven founders.
The headquarters at 8733 Founders Road was constructed for Alpha Chi Omega's specific needs.
1981 Alpha Tau (University of New Hampshire) chapter alumnae (left to right) Sue DiFabio Hannan, Denise Beachman Champagne, Jennifer Conrad and Prudy Pikanis pose together at the First Annual Lonni Stern Memorial Run hosted by the chapter.
Portrait of 1997-2006 Foundation Trustee Shawn Donnelley (Zeta Psi, Loyola University New Orleans); she founded the Shawn Margaret Donnelley Scholarship Fund.
May Queen Edna Grimm Donohue (Sigma, University of Iowa) and attendants Frances Rock O'Meara (Sigma, University of Iowa) and Margaret White Manuel (Sigma, University of Iowa) ride in Sigma (University of Iowa) chapter's first-prize-winning float in the 1923 Iowa-wa Fete. This photograph was featured on page 244 of the January 1924 issue of The Lyre.
Miss Carla Oleck was a famous Broadway performer, graduated from Northwestern University in 1972. This was a rare opportunity to see her perform live when she came back in 1976 for a visit.
A group of fraternity officers and staff pose together at the groundbreaking for the national headquarters at 8733 Founders Road. They are (front) Executive Secretary Jody Bayer Martindill (Alpha, DePauw University), Controller Elinor Waite Howe (Alpha, DePauw University), National President Adele Fieve Drew (Alpha Lambda, University of Minnesota), Archivist Hannah Keenan (Alpha, DePauw University), (back row) National Treasurer Mary Flood Hutton (Psi, The University of Oklahoma), Lyre Editor Dee Gibson, Program Services Coordinator Ki Manning Reinmiller (Psi, The University of Oklahoma) and Collegiate Finance Coordinator Margaret Boschmann. This photograph was featured on page 24 of the Fall 1973 issue of The Lyre.
Members of the National Council pose together during a meeting at the Stauffer Inn. (Left to right) National Vice President Miriam Decker (Lamba, Syracuse University), Secretary Treasurer Harriet Saunders (Alpha Delta, University of Cincinnati), Alumnae Membership Director Lois Tullis (Nu, University of Colorado), Collegiate Membership Director Marilyn Peterson (Beta Theta, Lawrence University), NPC Delegate Jessie Payne (Upsilon, Millikin University), National President Rosemary Hittle (Alpha Chi, Butler University), Extension Director Valena Burke (Xi, University of Nebraska), National Vice President Jean Wells (Alpha Phi, University of Texas-Austin), Rush Director Jackie Strauss (Alpha Chi, Butler University), Altruistic Director Peg Crawford (Alpha, DePauw University).
Theta Tau (Rutgers University) lifetime members on bid day in front of the chapter house at 4 Union Street.
Theta Tau (Rutgers University) chapter members at a pre-homecoming rally in front of the Old Queens building with the Scarlet Knight mascot.
This photo was taken at Kings Beach, Swampscott, Massachusetts, the site of our 1924 National Convention. This convention had a once-in-a-lifetime event when Alpha Tau (University of New Hampshire) chapter was installed!
A group of well-dressed attendees arriving at the Marriott Hotel in Chicago, Illinois, for the 1972 National Convention
The 1985 National Convention marked Alpha Chi Omega's 100-year anniversary. The five-day convention packed in a ton of events, trips and meals, and saw more than 1,700 attendees. Play Day was added in the middle of the convention to sight-see in Indianapolis and offer some bonding time with sisters. This particular excursion was to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, home of the Indy 500 race, which was held the month before.