1907 National Convention

1907 National Convention

Just three years after the Philomathean Society became chartered as Phi Mu, the fraternity held its first national convention. Fourteen Phi Mus, representing five of the eight existing chapters, were in attendance. The primary concern of the delegates was to design the national structure of the organization, and the plan for a Grand Council, devised by Helen and Bonita Hinton of Delta chapter, was adopted.


1907 National Convention


Jun 13th, 1907 - Jun 15th, 1907


Norfolk, Virginia


Phi Mu Coat of Arms


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