This Second Century Campaign update newsletter lists campaign donors and includes an article about Mu (Simpson College) chapter alumnae supporting the restoration of a piano at Simpson College.
Members of the National Council pose together at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado. They are (seated) National President Gladys Drach Powers (Nu, University of Colorado Boulder), National Vice President Rosita Hopps Nordwall (Epsilon, University of Southern California), (standing) Western Counsellor Mrs. Matthew H. Scott, National Secretary Mrs. Richard B. Rutledge and Eastern Counsellor Mrs. Perrin G. Smith.
Alpha Chi Omega officers pose with the table display of gifts received by Delta Tau (Minnesota State University, Mankato) chapter in honor of their installation. They are (from left) District XV Alumnae Chairman Tess Ramsden Sabourin (Alpha Theta, Drake University), National Collegiate Vice President Sue Lindeman (Delta Tau, Minnesota State University, Mankato), National President Rosita Hopps Nordwall (Epsilon, University of Southern California), National Secretary-Treasurer Rosemary Newman Hittle (Alpha Chi, Butler University), National Panhellenic Delegate Jessie Fanyo Payne (Upsilon, Millikin University), National Extension Director Val Harper Burke (Xi, University of Nebraska - Lincoln) and Province XV President Dorothy Filley Schwartzkopf (Xi, University of Nebraska - Lincoln). This photograph was featured on page 4 of the summer 1965 issue of The Lyre.
Alpha Chi Omega members who have recently given birth are listed, often with their husband and new baby's names, by chapter.
This directory lists the names and addresses of Fraternity leaders, including members of the National Council, standing committees, province leaders, alumnae district leaders and alumnae state chairmen. It also lists each collegiate chapter along with its president and alumnae advisor and each alumnae chapter or club with its president and meeting information.
Photographs and brief descriptions highlight the achievements of collegiate chapters.
Photographs and brief descriptions highlight the achievements of alumnae chapters and individual alumnae.
Four alumnae are highlighted for accolades they have received. This article includes a photograph of each woman profiled.
The cover of this issue of The Lyre features the Epsilon (University of Southern California) chapter house.
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.
Barbara Deady Horton (Gamma, Northwestern University) writes to Elizabeth Hays Kirby (Alpha Psi, UCLA), president of the Epsilon (University of Southern California) House Corporation, to provide advice about renting out chapter houses for the 1984 Olympics.
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.
Marian Smith reports on a meeting with the Epsilon House Corporation and their plans to add an addition onto the Epsilon (University of Southern California) chapter house.
This report lists each chapter and its altruistic activities for Hera Day. Many of the activities center around children or senior citizens.
These minutes from the First Grand Council meeting, held in Albion, Michigan, in 1903, include reports from the grand treasurer, Grand President and editor of The Lyre. Of particular note are the precarious financial situation of The Lyre, plans for voting at the 1903 Inter-Sorority Conference, the establishment of alumnae chapters and the decision to revoke the charter of Eta (Bucknell University) chapter due to inactivity.