Beta Sigma Phi Shield Sorority Queen Crown Pin

 

This beautiful crown pin is not only a piece of Beta Sigma Phi history, but a fantastic way to add a little princess bling to your wardrobe.  To the center of the crown sit the sorority shield accented by Swarvoski crystals in a double row at the top of the crown.  The pin and lock are in perfect working order.  A great gift for that young lady who is a Beta Sigma Phi sister or as a token of appreciation when honoring a alum.  Perfect for a sweater, hat, coat, scarf or bag.  You can also use this pin to decorate a bouquet for a Quince'.  

 

* Silver Tone (NOT solid sterling)
* Swarovski Crystal accents (11)
* Measures approx. 1 3/8" inches long x 13/16" inches at widest section
* 5.36 grams
* c. 1950's

 

Beta Sigma Phi International (ΒΣΦ) is a non-academic sorority with 200,000 members in chapters around the world. Founded in Abilene, Kansas, in 1931 by Walter W. Ross "for the social, cultural, and civic enrichment of its members", the organization is now present throughout the United States and Canada, and in 30 other countries.

 

The organization started out under the name: "The National 'What to Read' Club". Walter Ross, the founder of Beta Sigma Phi, visited Vinita, Oklahoma, where librarian Leona Schroers agreed to help establish a chapter in the town, and introduced Ross to Sally Rogers McSpadden, sister of the humorist Will Rogers. McSpadden was active in the Oklahoma Federation of Women's Clubs, as well as other women's organizations,[1] and advised Ross to change the organisation from an association to its present form, along with changing the name. A new framework for the organization was developed, with the Greek letter name derived from the sorority's motto: the letters, "Beta", "Sigma", and "Phi" were the first letters of the Greek words for "life, learning, and friendship".

Beta Sigma Phi Shield Sorority Queen Crown Pin

SKU: AM-348
$50.00Price

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