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Alpha Sigma Alpha's Interactive History

Alpha Sigma Alpha’s
Interactive History

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Asheville Convention

The third national convention was held in Asheville, NC. Highlights:Sue Smythe Flinn, Γ, was the convention secretary.Grand Council was formed and composed of, Grand President Lina Wakefield Mattison, Γ, Grand Vice President Mary C. ...
1909
January 1-3

Chapter roll diminishing

Although Alpha Sigma Alpha installed 13 chapters in those early years, by 1912 it had diminished to four chapters and had lost all national leadership. Three chapters were released to other sororities, and by 1913 Alpha Chapter was the...
1912

Sorority turns to Ida Shaw Martin

Under the leadership of Chapter President Dorothy Batten, A, Alpha Chapter turned to Ida Shaw Martin, author of the well-known and respected Sorority Handbook, for assistance. Mrs. Martin, a member of Delta Delta Delta Fraternity, had ...
1912
Fall

Alpha Chapter reinstated

Members of the newly reinstated Alpha Chapter at then Longwood College (now Longwood University) gather with founder Louise Cox Carper (center)....
1933
May 19-21

Mrs. Sharp arrives in Richmond

National President Wilma Wilson Sharp, ZZ (center), is greeted by Ella Pilkinton Adams, A (left), president of the Richmond Alumnae Chapter and Jean Raup Grady, BE (right), national registrar, at Byrd Airport in Richmond, Virginia. Mrs...
1951
Nov
27

Plaque dedicated at Longwood

Helen L. Corey, KK, presented a bronze plaque to Longwood College (Longwood University, PA) for the rotunda in honor of Alpha Sigma Alpha’s Founders. Present at the ceremony were Founder Juliette Hundley Gilliam and first national pr...
1957
Nov
15