History of the International House of Women
inspired by the
Delta Zeta Sorority of Parsons College in the 1970's

The house was the initial Delta Nu chapter of the nationwide Delta Zeta sorority until the 1970's
plus a pod before Parsons College went under and sold the campus to Maharishi University.

Over 100 Satisfied Residents from over 40 countries around the world since 2006
including students from Maharishi University and the Invincible America Course

Afghanistan Australia Austria Bolivia Brazil Canada China CroatiaDenmarkEcuadorEl_salvadorEthiopia France GermanyHondurasIndiaireland
  ItalyIsrael Lebanon Myanmar Nepal Netherland New_zealand RussiaSerbia South_africaSpain Sweden Taiwan Turkey United_kingdom VietNam
California Hawaii Idaho Iowa Maryland Massachusetts Ohio Wisconsin Washington


Celebrating International Cultural Events

Halloween, Christmas, Swedish Waffle Day, Guru Purnimah,

International holidays such as Sinterklaas, birthday parties, musical performances

Christmas and New Year

Special Guests

Arpita V a t s
Mrs. South Asia 2020
Rojina S h r e s t h a
Miss Nepal 2017 Finalist


Rojina's Introduction

Margareta Arvidsson - Miss Sweden and Miss Universe from 1966
a TM-Sidha, visited 806 N 4th for Swedish Waffle Day

"It is a lovely home you have here."








Mandie J o n e s
Miss Teen Glendale California


Lila W a l l a c e
Daughter of Dr. Robert Keith Wallace
First President of Maharishi University
Viktoria L u g a s t e
Mother Divine
Visiting from Vlodop, Holland

Christy W e l t y
Fairfield City Council Member

"It is a great house you have, excellent location."

Nova R i s t i a n i
Many Sidhas came from around the World to attend the InvincibleAmerica.org course
U.S. Army Sergeant Kaela
stays at the house when in Fairfield for training duties.
Delta Nu chapter of Delta Zeta alumnae from Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa

Former Owner of the House
Stuart Rothenberg, MD - Ayur Vedic Physician

In the 1980's, the house was a the meeting place of the
Maharishi School Board of Directors including Dr. Bevan Morris

Ann Clifford

Real Estate Broker
for the house purchase

Excellent 5 Star Reviews from AirBNB

Delta Nu chapter meeting in the funny movie Legally Blonde

Perfect Day song

Parsons College Football Stadium (near the Domes)

380 Acre campus founded as Parsons College in September 8, 1875
with the first building by Congressman Bernhard Henn in 1857
Lewis Baldwin Parsons bought the land for $1.50 per acre and willed it to be a school

Many Greek societies were at Parsons College

806 North 4th Street - closest house to Maharishi School

United States Marine Corps veteran owned

Owned by a graduate of Trump University
Trump Hotel quality at an affordable price

Musical Video of House Events since 2006



Inspiring relatives - a Shaddock DNA tradition


House was built in 1930
08/16/2006 $90000 Shaddock
05/09/1997 $84000 Wechsler
07/01/1982 $65000 Rothenberg

Inspiring Real Estate Management Course
Trump University