Other Notable Locations

While the main tour takes you to six notable stops in Delta Gamma history, there are many more historic sites related to the early history of Delta Gamma that you are welcome to visit. If you wish to explore beyond the main guided tour, you will find a list of them below and on the map that has been provided.

Mary Buie Museum (now the University of Mississippi Museum): One of the earliest members of Delta Gamma, Mary Buie, Psi I-Lewis bequeathed the funds to build her museum as a gift to the City of Oxford. It opened in 1939 with a collection of art and historical memorabilia. The University of Mississippi now operates and oversees numerous collections and exhibits. The museum is located at University Ave &, S 5th St, Oxford, MS 38655.


First Convention Site: The first Delta Gamma Convention was held in 1881 at the home of H. H. Wohlleben. He was the father of six daughters, five of them joined Delta Gamma. The building is no longer standing. 


Paris-Yates Chapel: Completed in 2001, this chapel was funded by private gifts including from Rose Leonard Paris, Alpha Psi-Mississippi the granddaughter of Mary Comfort Leonard, Psi I-Lewis and Rose’s husband Henry. The chapel is located at 60 Chapel Ln, University, MS 38677.

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