This newsletter from Alpha Iota (University of Vermont) chapter includes articles about altruistic activities, chapter events and news from alumnae. The newsletter also includes several photographs of chapter members.
Children at Camp Daniel Boone use a specially constructed pool for children with disabilities donated by Sigma Sigma (St. Louis, Missouri) chapter in 1957.
Two unidentified alumnae and a third woman, possibly a nurse or another alumna, pose with a child using cerebral palsy therapy equipment.
An unidentified Delta Nu (Iowa State University) chapter member dressed as a bunny helps a young child find Easter eggs during a service project with the Easter Seals.
An unidentified alumna from the northwest suburbs of Chicago and two children play with hand puppets.
Olive Burnett Clark (Alpha, DePauw University) called “Ollie” by her friends, studied piano, violin, cello and double bass. She taught at DePauw for two years while carrying on her studies. In her junior year, she left school to take teaching positions in Anderson and Franklin, Indiana. “I have found no greater happiness in my life than in Alpha Chi Omega,” she said later in life. “All I have ventured to give toward the up-building and uplifting of our fraternity has been from the depths of my heart, and has been repaid in thousandfold by my girls.”
This toy book contains patterns and directions that Alpha Chi Omega collegiate and alumnae members used to make self-help toys for children with disabilities as part of an altruistic program adopted in 1951.
This invitation provides a list of the homes that are part of the tour, their addresses and the organizations that decorated them.
This brochure provides information about Alpha Chi's various altruistic activities, including The MacDowell Colony, support of children, cerebral palsy, toy books and support for fellow Alpha Chis in need.
Doris Crum Wheeler (Beta Omicron, Florida Southern Collegee) sends $22.25 on behalf of the Tampa Alumnae Club for a project supporting children affected by the World War II bombings of Britain.
In this form letter, Mary White Houser (Alpha Psi, UCLA) provides an update on Alpha Chi's efforts to support children in Britain affected by bombings and asks for opinions on how money raised for the Defense Fund should be spent on domestic projects.
This bulletin provides information about various aspects of the Fraternity, from its founding and governance structure to its altruistic activities.
This report lists each chapter and its altruistic activities for Hera Day. Many of the activities center around children or senior citizens.
This report outlines the noteworthy philanthropies sponsored by the fraternities of the National Panhellenic Congress.
This article discusses a Gamma Omicron (Marshall University) chapter Christmas party and their provision of gifts for local children.