1948 National Convention

1948 National Convention

The theme of the 20th National Convention was "A National Fraternity Workshop," and programs emphasized planning for the future. This convention saw the first Philomathean Hour as part of the program as well as the first time only the National President delivered her report to the full convention body, although reports of all officers were printed in The Philomathean. Major decisions included creating an Executive Advisory Board and providing for the appointment of alumnae Regional Directors.


1948 National Convention


Jun 24th, 1948 - Jun 30th, 1948


Old Point Comfort, Virginia


Phi Mu Coat of Arms


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