1919 National Convention

1919 National Convention

The seventh National Convention once again emphasized alumnae, with fifty alumnae present for Alumnae Day and the adoption of the Alumnae Recognition Service. This convention also marked the beginning of the division of labor between the First Vice President - responsible for alumnae - and the Second Vice President - responsible for collegians. Other major decisions included the authorization to establish the first Phi Mu headquarters and establishing the position of Alumnae Advisor (later Chapter Adviser).


1919 National Convention


Jul 1st, 1919 - Jul 5th, 1919


Cleveland, Ohio


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