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Philadelphia Chapter

President: KENNETH H. BOONE
In 1934, the 4th chapter of the National Guardsmen was incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The new group had all been members of several social clubs of Philadelphia and were enthusiastic about this new social concept that was rising in the East. They claimed the Penn Relays as their weekend of entertainment and was the site of the National Meetings for years.
CHARTER MEMBERS
Herbert Cain, Clyde Clory, Charles Miller, John Thomas, Francis Martiny, Melvin Howell, Everett Richardson, William Lewis, Williard Johnston, Leonard Goffney, Richard Burton, John Lloyd, Nathaniel Joynes, Walter Sullivan, Caswell Curtis, Herbert Hardin, John Brawner, Robert Day, Dallas Miller, Frederick Bryant, Joseph Hall

Founded in 1933

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