1910 National Convention

1910 National Convention

The third National Convention saw the exclusive influence of Alpha chapter diminish as strong leadership emerged from other chapters. The most significant decision of this convention was the decision to close all chapters that did not meet standards for admittance in the National Panhellenic Conference. Representatives from Upsilon Delta, Zeta, Eta, and Theta chapters voted to give up their chapters for the good of the Fraternity as a whole.


1910 National Convention


Jun 21st, 1910 - Jun 24th, 1910


Memphis, Tennessee


Memphis Convention Group Photograph, 1910


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