the American Revolution
Benjamin Culp Chapter
Organized April 12, 1930
The Benjamin Culp Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was organized April 12, 1930, with thirteen members on roll. The chapter was named in honor of Benjamin Culp (Kolb) who was an ancestor of the first regent, Elizabeth Britt Bryson. He was a patriot from South Carolina.
|REGENT|| Alice Butler
|VICE REGENT||Betty Wingfield
| CHAPLAIN || Jeanne Haynie
| SECRETARY|| Janice Harrison
|REGISTRAR|| Ann Pounds
| HISTORIAN || Martha Steed
| LIBRARIAN || Wilma Murry
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC
Each year, over 600,000 people pass through the doors of
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C.
The Hall, owned by the DAR and originally built in 1929 to house
its annual convention, is a Registered National Historic Landmark.
The Benjamin Culp Chapter meets the Third Thursday of the month.
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