Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House
Constructed as Caroline Belvin House 
Unit A (A-4) Tex-41-CH-31 [1,2]
Apr. 25, 1959:
Delta Mu chapter founded
Renamed Alpha Delta Pi House
The Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House is a two-story student residence located north of 17th Street and between Avenues I and J.
The building originally housed members of the Caroline Belvin Society (or, CB's), one of the literary societies that existed on campus after the turn of the century.
In 1959, the group became the charter members of the Delta Mu chapter of Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
A view of the sorority house's front porch.
Signage out front the building.
Alphie the lion is the mascot of Alpha Delta Pi - hence the stone statuary by the front door.
A close-up of the front door reflects the current occupents - and a lion's head decoration.
SourcesVision Realized (1970)
Karen H. Reece, ADP National Office
 Minutes from the Board of Regents; February 28, 1958
 SHSC Revenue Bond Buildings (c.1965)