Fifty-year members pose together at the 1972 National Convention. Each woman is individually identified on the back of the photograph.
A group of well-dressed attendees arriving at the Marriott Hotel in Chicago, Illinois, for the 1972 National Convention
Carol Hall Bolen (Beta Phi, Bowling Green State University) poses with the Pledge Award won by her chapter at the 1972 National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
Norma Dowdy Labuda (Delta Phi, Texas A&I University) poses with the Most Improved Scholarship Award won by her chapter at the 1972 National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
Iota Rho (Loyola University Chicago) chapter members pose with Chapter Advisor Julie Crider (Phi, University of Kansas) and Province Collegiate Chair Dana Beggs Hancock (Epsilon Omicron, Indiana State University) at a philanthropy party during fall formal recruitment.
This Royal Albert Friendship Series Carnation cup and saucer features a red carnation pattern with gold trim and matching saucer. This was not an official china pattern for Alpha Chi Omega but was commissioned at the 1919 National Convention in Chicago, Illinois. This cup and saucer are on display at headquarters.
The Award of Distinction was renamed the Award of Achievement in 1955. The scope was broadened to include sisters who were making a difference in the world through education, journalism, politics, the arts, business, etc. This particular award was given to Karen Pomerantz Tandy (Gamma Rho, Texas Tech University) in 2006 for her professional work with the Drug Enforcement Administration, an agency of the United States Department of Justice. She was nominated by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the U.S. Senate on July 31, 2003. She was the first female head of the DEA.