Catholic Daughters of America

Butler, PA United States
Founded: 1936

Inactive All Girl
1971 Tiger Rag * Black Saddle * Waiting for the Robert E. Lee  
1972 British Coronation March * Jesus Christ Superstar * Potrait Of My Love  
1977 Cleopatra * The Breeze and I (Andalucia) * The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face * Jubilation * Heritage  
Position 200+ indicates Division II, Position 300+ indicates Division III, Position 400+ indicates Mini Corps.

CORPS Photos

The Catholic Daughters of America, formed in 1936, was an all-girl junior marching and maneuvering and parade corps based in Butler, Pennsylvania. They were sponsored by the Junior Catholic Daughters of America, Court Butler 443.

The corps’ colors were kelly green and white.

Awards included the 1961-64 Pennsylvania State Firemens’ Championships, and the 1961 VFW State Championship. The corps was also the first corps to win both the U.S. Open Class A and All-Girl Championships in the same contest, 1968.

The Daughters, also known as the CD of A, were active through at least 1978.

[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966; rec.arts.marching.drumcorps 10/24/2001, 12/30/1999]

Members (3)

Member Name Section Years Involved
Myers-Bonus, Elaine Lead soprano bugle 1970 to 1976
Phillips, Pamela Baritone Bugle 1964 to 1969
Stephenson, Susan Sopranos 1966 to 1971

CORPS 2 items

Catholic Daughters of America

CatholicDaughtersOfAmerica,Butler,PA,Pin1-GreenLetters(GBA)AG_U_S from the Richard Elmquist Collection
Catholic Daughters of America

CatholicDaughtersOfAmerica,Butler,PA,Pin2-Shield(LSA-2.25)AG_U_S from the Richard Elmquist Collection


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