This program includes the banquet program and menu, as well as the words to the song "As I Sit and Dream at Evening."
This program includes a schedule of events for the weekend and the banquet, a list of the installing officers, the banquet menu, and lists of charter members and patronesses.
The program, which features a golf theme, includes a list of the day's events, a menu for the luncheon and a list of the committee chairmen.
This one-page program includes a list of the luncheon speakers and a domestic violence awareness pin at the top. The back includes the words to the Alpha Chi Omega Grace and the Alpha Chi Omega Toast, as well as Alpha Chi Omega's statement of position on domestic violence.
This program is for Homecoming Day of the 1935 National Convention, which took place at DePauw University where the Fraternity was founded. It includes a poem by Founder Olive Burnett Clark (Alpha, DePauw University), the words to the Toast and a program of the day's events.
This program includes a menu, the schedule of events, the words to a number of Alpha Chi songs, and a list of patrons and patronesses.
This program includes a menu, a timeline of events and a list of collegiate members.
This program provides a list of the chapter's original charter members and the charter members for the reinstallation, as well as lists of the installing officers and patronesses.
This program includes a list of charter members and installing officers, as well as brief historical information about the chapter.
History, heritage and purpose of Alpha Chi Omega was the central theme for the 1985 trip to the founding site, DePauw University. This letter walked attendees through the program of the day and instructions on how to keep with their group. One side features the instructions and welcome letter while the other is a map of the campus.
The 1985 National Convention was the centennial celebration for Alpha Chi Omega. This booklet was given in the registration packet to every attendee and featured not just the convention program but also the hopes and dreams of the organization for another 100 years.
The 14th National Convention was held at the University of Southern California June 28-July 2, 1915. This convention was monumental as it was the first one held on the West Coast and had more than 240 attendees. This red suede wrist case held the convention program presented to attendees as they arrived in Long Beach. This was a specially made gift from The T.V. Allen Company, which was the leading fraternity jeweler for Southern California at the time.