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[[image]] Billie O. Glover, National President, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority installing the newly elected officers of the National Council of Negro Women at their 50th anniversary Convention in Washington, D.C. [[image]] Passing the gavel aboard the TSS Carnivale. Billie O. Glover, newly installed National President of Iota Lambda Sorority. Dr. Evelyn Sears Peevy, outgoing National President. [[image]] Doris Browning Austin, Winner of the Lola M. Parker Achievement Award; Priscilla D. Thomas, National President-Elect, and Alma Byrd Orsben, Winner of the National Outstanding Soror of the Year Award - Aboard the TSS Carnivale. [[image]] Fifth from the left, Mrs. Billie O. Glover, National President of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, among the group of ladies included in a Tribute to Women in Alabama by the Macon County Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women. Velma Blackwell; Artemesia Junier; M. Marie Brooks; Mary H. Bronson; Billie O. Glover; Dr. Mildred Dixon; Attorney Deborah Biggers; Ruth LaPread; Lillian G. Buford and Delores Pickett. [[image]] Lambda Bud Brown with Past National President Clarice Brown: Lambda. Goldmon Peevy and Dr. Evelyn Sears Peevy. The Lambda received awards for outstanding support roles. [[image]] Shown above: Soror Fredda Witherspoon, Ph.D., Past National President, 1977-1981, receives a check for the Sorority from LeRoy Grant, Jr., Manager of Community Relations, Southwestern Bell, as Guest Speaker, Soror Evelyn S. Peevy, Ed.D., Past National President, 1983-1985, looks on. 132
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