Louisiana State Society of
the National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

"To perpetuate the memory and the spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence; to promote the development of an enlightened public opinion; and to foster patriotic citizenship; these are the objects of our Society, Daughters of the American Revolution."


Requirements for Membership

Any woman eighteen or over is eligible for membership if she can prove blood lineal descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence in one of the following ways:

1. Signers of the Declaration of Independence
2. Military Service
3. Civil Service
4. Patriotic Service

The Daughters of the American Revolution is a national society. Membership in the Society provides many opportunities to cherish our American heritage of freedom... to preserve family and local histories... to influence current affairs... to promote celebration of our national holidays... to live patriotically... to support our national defense... to enjoy our beautiful, member owned buildings in Washington, D.C. (the largest group of buildings in the world built, owned, and maintained entirely by women)... to form friendships with others who share our love of God, Home and Country.


Louisiana State Society Officers

Regent................................... Mrs. Betsy Crothers Moreland

First Vice Regent................... Dr. Lynne Porter Alexander

Second Vice Regent............... Mrs. Victor T. Collins (Kalei)

Third Vice Regent.................. Mrs. Donald R. Davis (Tousa)

Chaplain................................ Mrs. Carl D. Bonner (Mildred)

Recording Secretary.............. Mrs. Berthel Menge (Mary Ellen)

Corresponding Secretary....... Mrs. E. Newton Dodd (Jacque)

Organizing Secretary............. Mrs. Edward Tate (Inez)

Treasurer................................ Mrs. Philip Brown (Carolyn)

Registrar................................ Mrs. Hollis L. Weir (Gerry)

Historian................................ Mrs. Judy K. Greer

Librarian............................... Mrs. Richard B. Nevils (Rene)

Curator.................................. Miss Mille Lupo

Parliamentarian.................... Mrs. Anthony J. Diamond (Lloyd)

Early History of the LSDAR

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Updated 12/15/01

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