This ticket voucher was made for the 1910 National Convention in Detroit, Michigan. It features an entry ticket for the banquet dinner, the boat ride excursion and the automobile ride excursion. Each ticket features a price per event and is stamped with the individual registrant's number.
In 1908, a committee was assigned to design an official flag for reasons of uniformity as chapters and sisters were creating their own designs. A design conforming to heraldic principles drawn by Mabel H. Siller (Gamma, Northwestern University) was selected and adopted by the 1910 National Convention voting body as the official flag of Alpha Chi Omega.
A gold Hera Head pin honoring Alpha Chi Omega's patron goddess, Hera, was selected for ex-Grand Officers at the 12th National Convention in 1910. Alta Allen Loud received the first one in 1911. In 1919, the four living Founders received one at convention. Any sister who wears one now has served at least one term on the National Council.
Postcard from Hotel Tuller's gift shop, the site of the 1910 National Convention in Detroit, Michigan.