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Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. 

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Clarice Brown
National President-82-83

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Dr. Fredda Witherspoon
National President '77-81

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OFFICERS ELECTED:

President–Dr. Evelyn S. Peevy, Norfolk, VA. 
President-Elect–Soror Billie O.Glover, Tuskegee Institute, AL. 
Vice President– soror Priscilla Thomas 
Recording Secretary–Soror Doris Murry
Financial Secretary–Soror Glady Hall 
Treasurer–Soror Alma Byrd Orsben
Dean of Pledgees–Soror Thelma Small 
Journalist–Soror Doris Browning Austin 
Director of Education–Soror Miriam Dansby Johnson (also Executive Secretary) 

54th Anniversary
HIGHLIGHTS FROM
1983
CONVENTION
New York, New York

Regional Directors elected: 

Soror Marcella L. Morrison
Central Region

Soror Cora Delle Henderson
Eastern Region

Soror Virdell Hall
Southwestern Region

Soror Helen M. Johnson
Farwestern Region

Soror Eddie Bonaparte-Morris
Southern Region

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DR. OSSIE WARE MITCHELL
National President, '62-'66

MRS. ALICE P. ALLEN
National President, '46-'50

MRS. MAHALA S. EVANS
National President, '66-'69

MRS. A. LUCILLE REYNOLDS
National President, '72-'77

MRS. BESSIE COSTON
National President, '69-'73

MRS. WASHINGTON RHODES
National President, '50-'54

MRS. MARION H. JACKSON
National President, '54-'58

MRS. FLORENCE MADISON HILL
National President, '58-'62

MRS. LOLA M. PARKER
Founder-President Emeritus

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Althea L. Simmons

-ALTHEA T. L. SIMMONS, ESQ., Director of the Washington Bureau, NAACP, was inducted at the 1981 National Convention, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, as a National Honorary Member of Iota-along with Dr. Dorothy I. Height, National President, National Council of Negro Women.

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A check for $1,000 was presented to the National Urban League by President Clarice Brown...John Jacob poses with Sorors: Theresa Faith Cummings, National Convention Coordinator, President, Soror Clarice E. Borwn...Mr. Jacob, Dr. Evelyn S. Peevy, In-coming President, Dr. Fredda Witherspoon,/Past National President Immediate.

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