Loyally: A History of Alpha Delta Pi, 1851 to 1965 and 1956-1985 (3-Volume Set Complete)
by Virginia Lee Nelson and Maxine U. Blake, Editor
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Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, 1965. Hardcover. Like New. Complete 3-volume set of Virginia Lee Nelson's landmark history of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Packed with rosters of members, alumnae, officers, associations and much more. Also includes individual chapter histories. Densely illustrated with photos of members and alumnae, individuals and groups, chapter houses and more. Bound in photo-pictorial cloth. Printed on coated paper. Vol. I: 1851-1865. 602 pp. plus 36-page index. Vol. II: 1865-1965. 668 pp. Vol. III: 1865-1965. 512 pp. Three at 10 1/4" x 7 1/4". Tight, unmarked copies with minimal shelf wear. A gorgeous set of an important Pan Hellenic collectible. Photographs of or additional information about this item are available on request. All inquiries answered promptly.
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- Virginia Lee Nelson and Maxine U. Blake, Editor
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