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1912-13-Dt. Mary Ida Miller, Mecca #2, Washington, D.C.;
1913-15-Dt. Cassie Melken, Fezzan #7, St. Paul, Minn.;
1915-16-Dt. Besscilla Smith-Franklin, Jerusalem #1, Baltimore, Md.;
1916-20-Dt. Anna B. Graves, Medinah #15, St. Louis, Mo.;
1920-22-Dt. Agnes E. W. Goldston, Sahara #9, Pittsburgh, Penna.;
1922-23-Dt. Frances R. Butler, Medina #11, New York, N.Y.;
1923-25-Dt. Ursula Hines-Botts, Moslem #12, St. Joseph, Mo.;
1925-27-Dt. Elizabeth Graves, Arabic #21, Chicago, Ill.;
1927-29-Dt. Anna J. Berry, Syria #20, Boston, Mass.; 
1929-32-Dt. Lillie Elizabeth Powell, Rabia #25, Jacksonville, Fla.;
1932-34-Dt. Alice B. Campbell, Medina #11, New York, N.Y.;
1934-37-Dt. Sally M. Stackton, Mecca #2, Washington, D.C.;
1937-39-Dt. T. Carter Brown, Medinah #15, St. Louis, Mo.;
1939-42-Dt. Willia J. Britton, Sinai #35, Cincinnati, Ohio;
1942-48-Dt. Beula L. McKay, Alaraf #69, Oklahoma City, Okla.;
1948-66-Dt. Ercella H. Moore, Hadji #62, Buffalo, N.Y.;
1966-68-Dt. Wilhelmina L. Means, Marracci #32, Detroit, Mich.;
1968-70-Dt. Eliza M. Coleman, Rissah #80, Jackson, Miss.;
1970-72-Dt. Gladys W. Dixon, Jerusalem #1, Baltimore, Md.;
1972-74-Dt. Lucille I. Boyd, Moussa #119, San Antonio, Texas;
1974-76-Dt. Thelma M. Gordon, Abdul #87, Huntington, West Va.;
1976-78-Dt. Anita G. Adams, Mizraim #110, Tuskegee Institute, Ala.; and
1978- -Dt. Anne M. Bolden, Bloomfield, Ct.

Mrs. Doris M. Jackson (shown in photo with Dt. Anne M. Bolden, Imperial commandress of the Imperial Court, Daughters of Isis), a past commandress in Medina Court 15, St. Louis, was recently named the "Imperial Court Queen, 1979-80," Daughters of Isis.

[[caption]] Past Imperial Potentate Charles Dargen, Medina Temple 19, NYC, NY. [[/caption]]

[[caption]] Dt. Anne M. Bolden, Imperial Commandress of the Imperial Court, Daughters of Isis, PH Shriners, PHA and members of her imperial court, all elected officers in the IC divan. [[/caption]]

[[caption]] The new National "Miss Prince Hall Shrine Queen for 1979-80," Miss Tamra D. Sykes of Maywood, Ill., is congratulated by Imperial Potentate Eugene Dickerson Jr. of Washington, D.C. and Imperial Commandress (Dt.) Anne M. Bolden of Bloomfield, Ct., after winning the first place education scholarship of $2,500 in New York City, N.Y. [[/caption]]

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