1010 Pine Street
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority House
The bonds forged through collegiate fraternities and sororities historically have played important roles within some of Columbia’s African American population. Today, Zeta Phi Beta sorority members maintain a facility on Pine Street within a former Young Women’s Christian Association building.
Members of Zeta Phi Beta pose for a group photograph at the Shumpert family home at 2309 Lady Street in the early 1950s. The members are as follows: [back row] Annie E. Hanberrry; Celie Adams; Fannie Phelps Adams; unidentified woman; Mrs. (first name unidentified) Black; Bessie Mae Shumpert; Ethel Johnson Finley; Norma Ruff; [front row] Mrs.(first name unidentified) Lindsey; Otelia Brown; unidentified woman; Frances Pearl Shumpert; unidentified woman.