Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity (founded 1911, merged with Phi Alpha Delta in 1972) was a national legal fraternity for women
that promoted a higher standard of professional ethics and culture among women in law schools and in the legal profession.
The collection consists of correspondence, copy photographs of members, treasurer's reports, clippings about women in the
legal profession, and miscellaneous papers related to the Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity.
Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity was founded (as Phi Delta Delta Legal Sorority) in 1911 to promot a higher standard of professional
ethics and culture among women in law schools and in the legal profession. Its founders include: Georgia P. Bullock, Gladys
Morre Brown, Annette F. Hunley, Vere Radir-Norton, and Sarah Patten Doherty. The organization merged with Phi Alpha Delta
on August 12, 1972.
1 box (0.25 linear ft.)
1 oversize box
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