North Carolina Alpha Delta Kappa Records
Scope and Contents
The collection is mostly scrapbooks that have pictures, clippings, and art from some of the members of North Carolina Alpha Delta Kappa. A great deal of the material is based around conventions the members have attended. There are pictures from certain members' homes where other members had visited. There is also newspaper clippings and pamphlets that some members have collected to add into the scrapbooks.
- 1954 - 1996
- Alpha Delta Kappa (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
32.00 Linear Feet (22 boxes)
Language of Materials
Alpha Delta Kappa was founded in 1947 by Agnes Shipman Robertson, Marie Neal, Marion Southall and Hattie Poppino, visionary women who saw a need to recognize and support the professional efforts of outstanding women educators. The North Carolina Alpha Delta Chapter was founded in 1954.
The Alpha Delta Kappa Records consists of scrapbooks, usually created by the state president, dating back to the organization's founding in 1954. Two additional boxes contain records of meetings and conventions.
Boxes 1-20 are scrapbooks dating back to 1954. Boxes 21-22 are a mix of records, clippings, and pamphlets.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of North Carolina Alpha Delta Kappa.
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