1916 National Convention

1916 National Convention

Sixty-six delegates, officers, and visitors attended the sixth National Convention, but Alpha chapter was conspicuously missing as Wesleyan had banned sororities in 1914. The 1916 Convention marked the first in which the "Phi Mu Convention Special" train was used, a mode of convention travel that would be used for years to come. Major decisions included expanding to seven Provinces, establishing the first Philanthropic Board, and adopting the official Creed of Phi Mu.


1916 National Convention


Jun 27th, 1916 - Jul 1st, 1916


Waupaca, Wisconsin


Convention Banquet Program, June 30, 1916


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