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Founders' Bell Tower Dedication Photograph, October 1976

Founders' Bell Tower Dedication Photograph, October 1976

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.

Founders Forum at Headquarters Photograph

Founders Forum at Headquarters Photograph

In 2006, The Foundation built and dedicated the Founders' Forum on the headquarters property. There are seven pillars on the outside that feature the signature of each founder. The large sculpture in the center represents the entwined connection of the founders themselves and the organization.

Sutherlin, Jones, Toole, Suppes and Humbert with Temporary Founders Memorial Photograph, June 29, 1960

Sutherlin, Jones, Toole, Suppes and Humbert with Temporary Founders Memorial Photograph, June 29, 1960

(left to right) Lenore Ruark Sutherlin (Alpha, DePauw University), National President Burnette Grimes Jones (Omega, Washington State University), Catharine Appleby Toole (Alpha, DePauw University) and Ruth Tewinkel Suppes (Rho, University of Washington) pose with DePauw University President Dr. Russell Humbert and the temporary Founders memorial installed at DePauw on DePauw Day during the 1960 National Convention. The temporary plaque was installed as a token of Alpha Chi Omega's promise to provide a proper memorial to the Founders at a later date. This photograph was featured on page 14 of the September 1960 issue of The Lyre.

Founders' Bells at DePauw University Photograph, Fall 1975

Founders' Bells at DePauw University Photograph, Fall 1975

A set of bells, dedicated to the founders of Alpha Chi Omega, sit on the ground as they wait to be installed in the Founders' Bell Tower in the new performing arts center at DePauw University.

Alpha Chi Omega at Work Brochure, c. 1964

Alpha Chi Omega at Work Brochure, c. 1964

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.