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History of Pennsylvania. Military College, 1821 - 1954. Photocopy.

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Date Range
1955
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Moll, photocopy
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Date Range
1955
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 - 1954
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Moll, photocopy
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
Doctoral thesis by Clarence Moll, who was President of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College, and Widener University from 1959-1981. The book describes the history of the institution from 1821 - 1954. This is a photocopy of the book.
Physical Condition
Good
Creator
Moll, Clarence, Dr.
Subject Access
Histories - Published - Alsop School
Histories - Published - Bullock School
Histories - Published - Chester County Military School
Histories - Published - Delaware Military Academy
Histories - Published - Hyatt's Select School for Boys
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military Academy
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Histories - Published - PMC Colleges (Penn Morton and Cadet Corps)
Histories - Published - West Chester Military Academy
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the full text of a variety of institutional histories, including "A History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 to 1954." After viewing one of the histories, you will need to click on your web browser's "Back" button numerous times to return to this screen.
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A History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 - 1954.

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Date Range
1955
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - A History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 - 1954
  1 website  
Date Range
1955
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
A History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 - 1954
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - A History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 - 1954
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
Doctoral thesis by Clarence Moll, who was President of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College, and Widener University from 1959-1981. The book describes the history of the institution from 1821 - 1954.
Physical Condition
Good
Creator
Moll, Clarence, Dr.
Subject Access
Histories - Published - Alsop School
Histories - Published - Bullock School
Histories - Published - Chester County Military School
Histories - Published - Delaware Military Academy
Histories - Published - Hyatt's Select School for Boys
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military Academy
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Histories - Published - PMC Colleges (Penn Morton and Cadet Corps)
Histories - Published - West Chester Military Academy
URL Notes
the full text of a variety of institutional histories, including "A History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 to 1954." After viewing one of the histories, you will need to click on your web browser's "Back" button numerous times to return to this screen.
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Pennsylvania Military College: The Story of One Hundred Years 1821 - 1921. By Henry Buxton.

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Histories
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Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Pennsylvania Military College: The Story of One Hundred Years
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Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
Pennsylvania Military College: The Story of One Hundred Years
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Pennsylvania Military College: The Story of One Hundred Years
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
This book is a history of Pennsylvania Military College from 1821 to 1921, written by the College Recorder. It includes numerous pictures and a "Who's Who" of many graduates and ex-cadets, describing their business or profession and military record, if any. The box also includes an index to the Buxton book created by Clyde L. Tinklepaugh, Jr. This book can also be found by searching WebPAC, the Widener University Library Search Catalog. The following is an index to the pictures in the book: Page 6 Colonel Theodore Hyatt, former President and Commandant of Pennsylvania Military College. Page 10 Pennsylvania Military College's Birthplace: historic building at Ninth and Tatnall Streets, Wilmington, Delaware. (Occupied by the Bullock School, the Alsop School, the Hyatt School, and the Delaware Military Academy). Page 14 Parochial school of the First Presbyterian Church of Wilmington: Theodore Hyatt was its principal from 1849 until 1853. Page 16 Colonel Charles E. Hyatt: President and Commandant of Pennsylvania Military College. Page 20 Judge Ignatius Cooper Grubb, Wilmington, Delaware. (Oldest known living student of Hyatt School, which he entered in 1853). Page 24 Colonel Theodore Hyatt, President and Commandant of Pennsylvania Military College: family portrait. Page 30 Historic Bolmar property, occupied by Pennsylvania Military Academy from 1862-1865, at West Chester, PA. Page 34 Photo 1 Professor John R Sweney, musical director of Pennsylvania Military College. Photo 2 Class Picture of Pennsylvania Military Academy Cadets, Class of 1863-1864, West Chester, PA. Photo 3: Cadet Officers of Battery that went from West Chester (1863) to aid in the repelling of General Robert E. Lee. Page 36 Photo 1: Cadet battalion of early days in Pennsylvania. Photo 2: A cadet drum corps of early days in Pennsylvania. Page 38 Photo 1: Henry W. Potts, a cadet at West Chester (1863-64). Photo 2: Charles E. Hyatt, Commandant of Pennsylvania Military College (1863-1864). Photo 3: (Left to Right) George Jewett and Clarence W. Bacus, cadets at West Chester (1863-1864). Page 44 The Crozer Normal School Building, Chester, PA. 1865. Occupied by Pennsylvania Military College from 1865 to 1867. Page 46 Photo 1: Main college building and laboratory (Old Main). Photo 2: Entrance driveway to Old Main. Page 50 Photo 1: The armory (containing drill hall, swimming pool and rifle range) Photo 2: Laboratory building near Old Main Page 56 R. Kelso Carter of Baltimore (At the time was the oldest living member of the college and the only living member of the first graduating class of 1867) Page 70 Photo 1: Alumni Lodge (was on the site of the current Alumni Auditorium). Photo 2: The Theodore Hyatt Memorial Observatory. Next to the Observatory are pictures of the "tombstones" which mark the passing of certain classes and cover "graves" filled with textbooks, old uniforms, etc. Page 79 The Cavalry Artillery, returning from maneuvers. Page 80 General Anthony Wayne statue. Cadet Corps in Camp of Instruction at Valley Forge, PA. Page 86 Cadet Battalion marching on Franklin Field, athletic stadium of University of Pennsylvania, at the reception tendered Marshal Joffre, Savior of France and Champion of World Liberty, May 9, 1917). Page 88 Lieutenant Colonel Frank K. Hyatt, Vice President and Treasurer of Pennsylvania Military College. Page 90 Interior of Armory, where cadet "hops" were held. Page 92 Charles J. Webb Swimming Pool. Page 94 Hon. William C. Sproul, Governor of Pennsylvania, on whom the college conferred degree of Doctor of Laws in 1920. Page 96 Portrait of President Warren. G. Harding, including inscription written by him to Colonal Frank K. Hyatt. Page 100 Tennis Courts. Page 106 Hon. John Wanamaker, President of the Board of Trustees of the College. Page 108 Battalion in Close Columns. Page 112 Three-inch Gun Battery, manned by cadet artillerymen and commanded by the United States Army officer detailed to the College by the War Department. Page 118 Hyatt Hall, Dormitory of the Junior Division, Preparatory School. Page 122 Cadet corps passing around City Hall of Philadelphia, as part of the parade that escorted President William McKinley to the unveiling of the Washington Monument, Fairmont Park by the Society of the Cincinnati, May 15, 1897. Page 124 Cadet Battalion in dress uniform during World War I days. Page 129 Alumni saluting the flag at Retreat--Commencement Day. Page 130 Football team, 1920. Page 138 Roman riding (One rider, seven horses). Page 150 Pictures of the Class of 1921 (Includes cadet names). Page 151 "Who' s Who" section of photos. (Sketches of many graduates and cadets showing how they have been engaged since leaving Pennsylvania Military College. Sketches include business, profession and/or military record.) Page 152 George B. Christian, Jr. (1896) Frank G. Sweeney (1876) James Rush Lincoln (1859-1862) William McK. Morris (1881) Page 155 William Cary Hull (1890) Ruckard Hurd (1878) Leslie Star Hyatt (1911) George T. Cann (1855) Page 156 Joseph Allen Minturn (1880) John Winthrop Loveland (1887) Churchill B. Mehard (1902) Page 159 Alfred. H. Gale (1911) Sylvanus Griswold Morley (1904) Joseph Whitney Shirley (1891) Page 162 Silas Gildersleeve Comfort (1889) Keith B. Hubbard (1915) John Winthrop Loveland Jr. (1909) Louis Allis (1888) Page 165 DeBruceton Lowenberg (1917) Thomas H. Childs (1878) Ray D. Wells (1911) W. Edwin Nelson (1890) Page 168 William Noyes Bemis (1886) Theodore Hyatt Cowee (1920) Francis A. Boudart (1909) Prosper Joseph Boudart (1907) Page 171 Harry C. Fry, Jr. (1885) William Blakeley (1872) Lowrie C. Barton (1877) Philip Gordon Kitchen (1907) Page 174 Charles C. McKallip (1901) James Woodruff Lillie (1912) Eugene S. Hoopes (1901) J. Howard. Lewis (1881) Page 177 James C. Hobart, Jr. (1916) Leonard C. Holston (1895) William L. Marcy (1877) William G. Clyde (1887) Page 180 Caroll A. Devol (1878) Charles F. Spinning (1903) Walter H. Roll (1917) Charles J. Ardussi (1919) Page 183 Joseph B. DeGolyer (1879) Don C. Sharp (1913) Paul S. Ache (1900) Charles B. Grant (1871) Page 185 Photo 1: Alexander W. Dannenbaum (1896) Photo 2: Cadets on practice march, in camp at Lenape, Pa. Page 186 Photo 1: Cavalry squad in training. Photo 2: Cavalry squad dashing across campus.
Physical Condition
Fragile
Creator
Henry J. Buxton, College Recorder
Subject Access
Histories - Published - Alsop School
Histories - Published - Bullock School
Histories - Published - Chester County Military School
Histories - Published - Delaware Military Academy
Histories - Published - Hyatt's Select School for Boys
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military Academy
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Histories - Published - PMC Colleges (Penn Morton and Cadet Corps)
Histories - Published - West Chester Military Academy
Morley, Sylvanus (sometimes incorrectly spelled Morely)
URL Notes
the full text of a variety of institutional histories, including "Pennsylvania Military College: A Story of One Hundred Years". After viewing one of the histories, you will need to click on your web browser's "Back" button numerous times to return to this screen.
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The Dome, Vol. 22, Issue 1 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
September 29, 1967
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 3, Vol. 22, Issue 1
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Date Range
September 29, 1967
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 3, Vol. 22, Issue 1
Format
Bound Volumes
Papers
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
Vol. 22 No. 1 September 29, 1967 “Cadets Offered Major in Military Science” New major offered at PMC in Military Science “Evening Division Offers Grad Courses in Management” Post graduate courses offered now at night “Construction Schedule Final: Library to be Built in 1968” New library, physical education center “Corps to Welcome New Commandant” Dr. Moll announces Col. Edward R. Cleary as Commandant Editorial: “Corps Regeneration” Decline in Corps “Sex” (Part 1) Sexual Revolution
The full text of this issue can be found online in the Digital Collections of the Wolfgram Memorial Library at digitalwolfgram.widener.edu. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome."
Physical Condition
Some very brittle
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Academic Programs - New
Campus Expansion
Academic Programs - Military Science
Evening Division (see also University College)
School of Management - New Programs
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of "the Dome," including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome" and search for this issue by date.
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Scrapbook of Cadets in Active Duty

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Date Range
1941 - 1944
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 339
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Date Range
1941 - 1944
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 339
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
Scrapbook of articles about alumni in active duty and combat duty, 1943
Physical Condition
Very Fragile
Subject Access
Alumni - Military Service
Alumni - Combat Duty
Scrapbooks
URL Notes
a variety of historical scrapbooks, including the Cadets in Active Duty scrapbook.
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The P.M.C. News, Vol. 1, Issue 5 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
March, 1917
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 1, Issue 5
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Date Range
March, 1917
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 1, Issue 5
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The P.M.C. News, March 1917 "Diamond Dust Flies as Cadets Warm Up for Hard Schedule" Baseball team manager Walter H. Roll, Jr. and Coach Pauxtis leading practices. Season schedule is listed. "Enrollments for September Must be in at an Early Date" Cadets returning to the college and preparatory school are enrolling for the next school year earlier than in the past. A new dormitory is under construction in order to meet the number of preparatory school students. "With War Imminent, College Plans Every Possible Service to Community, State and Nation. No Interruption of Scholastic Work" A message from President Charles E. Hyatt stating that even though work at PMC will continue, the college will assist the nation wherever possible. "Graduates, Ready for Service, Commissioned High in Reserve Corps" Many alumni have procured positions in the Reserve Corps including Rukard Hurd, Frank Sutton, Professor Herbert J. Wild, Henry V. deHority, and William C. Godfrey. "General Scott, Chief of Staff, to Review Corps on Alumni Day" Major General Hugh L. Scott, Army Chief of Staff, plans to review the corps on Alumni Day, June 20, 1917. He received an honorary Doctor of Military Science from PMC in 1916. "Star End Football Captain" Robert R. Horlacher will be next year's football captain, following past captain Louis S. Sigel's withdrawal from PMC. "Stirring Patriotic Exercises and Glee Club Concert on Washington's Birthday" Washington's birthday was celebrated with morning patriotic exercises and a "hop" that evening. Supreme Court Reporter William I. Schaffer was the day's orator. Reverend William R. Houston led prayer. Professor William H. Blake led the glee club. The Mandolin Club was led by Professor Amos E. Taylor. Glee Club and concert participants: Sowinski, Christenson, Rudolph Williamson, Lower, Davis, Simpson, Purdy, John Pool, Henry Pool, Albert Ardussi, Charles Ardussi, Walter Lupton, Edward Lupton, Backes, Bastian, Hummel, Winneberger, Lynch, Mosser, Roll, Sweeny, Wilcox, Davis, Fitz Gerald, Moore, Myers, Seaton, Wilcoxon, Munns, Sterling Williamson, Brogden, Harris. "First Class Riflemen Win; Ardussi, 1919, High Man" The First Class won over the Second Glass in the Washington Birthday's Gallery Shoot. Charles Ardussi had the highest score. Other winners and team members are mentioned. "Captain Morey Addresses Chelsea Club Yachtsmen" Captain Lewis S. Morey addressed Chelsea Yacht Club members at Philadelphia's Hotel Adelphia on March 20, 1917. He spoke of the College and its support of the nation in the current international climate. "Shryock, '00, Belmont Iron's Chief Engineer, Lectures on Construction Of Great Sun Shipbuilding Plant" Alumnus J.G. Shryock, Chief Engineer of the Belmont Iron Works, spoke to the First and Second Class about the Sun Shipbuilding Plant on February 28, 1917. "Spring Term States Tuesday, April 3" "Cadet Captain C. Rudolph Williamson, 1917" PMC corps, faculty, and staff attended the funeral of Cadet Captain C. Rudolph Williamson in Media. He died on March 6, 1917 at Chester Hospital due to kidney trouble. "Stock Exchange, Customs, Bank, Clearing House. Sub Treasury, All Classrooms For Economists" Economics students took tours of Philadelphia financial institutions on February 27, 1917 under the direction of Professor Ralph B. Harris. "Trophies for Gymnasts in Annual Competition" List of winners of the Indoor Athletic Exhibition and Prize Contest held on March 16, 1917: William Edward Backes, Charles Curtiss Persiani, Jr., Richard Victor Huebner, Edward Alfrend Mueller. A small article praises baseball Coach "Si" Pauxtis. "Juniors in Tan Bark Ring – Preparatory School Youngsters Exhibit Excellent Form in Ride" A list of preparatory school student participants in an exhibition of horsemanship on March 19, 1917: Howarth, George, McCaffery, Reed, Wishart, High, Long, Robles, Speakman, Saeger, and Hoffman. "Cavalrymen in First Tests" Announces squads for riders resulting from performance on Cavalry tests. "'All-Around Stars,' Says Press" An article entitled "P.M.C. Cage Men All-Around Stars" praised PMC basketball players. The illustrated article appeared in _The Philadelphia Press_ on March 4, 1917. "Hoopes, '901, Leads Beaver Battalion" Alumnus Eugene S. Hoopes organized and led the Beaver (Pennsylvania) Battalion. "Fourth Class Tossers Interclass Champions" The PMC College basketball championship was won by the Class of 1920, who were awarded the Morris Trophy. "St. John's and George Washington Win Battles" PMC's basketball team lost to St. John's College of Annapolis, 22-13. PMC also lost to George Washington University, 21-9.
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
College and University Relations - Publications
Campus Life
PMC News (1916-1945)
Newspapers - PMC News (1916-1945)
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of the PMC News, including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1916-1950 - The PMC News," and search for this issue by date.
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The P.M.C. News, Vol. 1, Issue 6 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
April, 1917
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 1, Issue 6
  1 website  
Date Range
April, 1917
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 1, Issue 6
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The P.M.C. News, April 1917 "Corps First on Guard at Scene of Munition Disaster at Eddystone – Cadets Control Great Crowds, Permitting Rescue Work in Terrible Catastrophe" 133 munition workers killed on April 10, 1917; cadets and faculty assisted at the site of the disaster. Captain Lewis S. Morey, Captain Herbert J. Wild, Major Thomas F. Meehan, Captain Frank K. Hyatt, and Colonel Charles E. Hyatt led the efforts. "P.M.C. Men to Colors, Trained and Ready in Nation's Hour of Need" List of names of those already commissioned and asking to be commissioned in the Officers' Reserve Corps of the United States Army. Graduates: John W. Aitken, Jr., Allio F. Amodio, Jerome Apt, James S. Arnold, John P. Barr, I. Jacob Brodsky, Doyle Campbell, Major Albert G. Chase, Frederick de L. Comfort, Alfred Cramp, Allard A. Dederer, Henry V. de Hority, Tryon P. Edwards, Frank M. English, Neal Farnham, Harry C. Fry, William C. Godfrey, Ellis E. Haring, Jesse Hause, James C. Hobart, Jr., Rukard Hurd, Edward J. Kennedy, F. Cavarre Lloyd, John W. Loveland, Jr., George A. Lowry, Richard Madeley, Jr., Amherst R. Macartney, Donald C. McRae, Robert G. Mead, Gabriel R. Mead, Knapp Milburn, Edwin Miles, I. Sigmund Millner, Joseph A. Minturn, Clarence G. Paige, James W. Passmore, Rudolph R. Pollak, D. H. Lare Powers, Hyman G. Rosenbloom, Howard McP. Roydhouse, Don C. Sharp, A. Leon Sickles, Captain Marcus A. Smith, Clarence T. Starr, Howard L. Stillwell, J. Wilson Stoever, Frank B. Smith, Jr., Frank Sutton, Robert T. Tumbelston, W. Kenneth Waterall, Frank R. Weiner, Herbert J. Wild, Ray D. Wells, Earl C. White, Stanley E. Williams. Ex-cadets: Harry Wills Barkley, Paul B. Berry, George C. Bingham, Barnett Binswanger, Alexander P. Brown, Lehman S. Browning, Robert Coane, Gray H. Creager, Robert F. Crowell, John M. Ellis, Jr., Oscar T. Fleisher, Jr., Frank G. Farrell, Thomas S. Gay, Jr., Charles G. Hequembourg, F. Frazer Hinton, Jr., Carroll R. Jarden, Norman C. Lyne, Herbert Mallison, R.B. McKee, Samuel G. Mendel, John G. Monrose, Beirne M. Prager, Arthur P. Schock, Herbert Smedley, George H. Smith, William H. Stanage, William L. Tillotson, H.G. Von Myers, Samuel W. Williamson, Henry E. Wise. "College Does Its bit as U.S. Enters War – Free Training for Citizens and High School Boys – More than 600 Men and Youths Under Instruction of Military Staff. Campus Sounds to Tread of Companies Drilling at Night" The Pennsylvania Military College Citizens' Training Corps began on April 5, 1917. "Graduates Drill Hundreds – Chester-Trained Men, in Many Cities, Prepare Others For Service" Alumni creating corps in their hometowns: Major John Winthrop Loveland, Lieutenant Robert A. Young, George Mosser, F. Frayser Hinton, and Lawrence York. "Simpson, '87, Develops Marksmen on New Range Built at Roselle, N.J." Alumnus William J. Simpson will instruct those wishing to learn how to use service rifles at the Roselle, N.J. range. Second Class "Hop" to be held on May 11, 1917. The tennis team will play its first match on May 26, 1917 against the University of Pennsylvania. "High Praise for College – 'Not Even West Point Enjoys More Enviable Reputations,' Says Paper" Details of an article the appeared in the March 31, 1917 edition of the _Philadelphia Evening Ledger_. "Promotions in Cadet Corps" Walter H. Roll, Jr. promoted to Cadet Captain and appointed Cadet Aid on the Staff of the Commandant. Lucius L. Moore, Oscar T. Winneberger, C. Royden Hoyt promoted to lieutenants. Albert E. Ardussi promoted to Sergeant Major. William R. Simpson and Richard V. Huebner promoted to First Sergeant. Dabid Giles promoted to Corporal. Cadets Backes, Chuidian, Davis, Harris, Harvey, Irvin, J. Pool, Sowinski, Swift promoted to Lance Corporals. List of those to whom the Athletic Board awarded letters: Captain Winneberger, Peters, Pool, Harvey, Campuzano, Whitaker, Manager Leet of basketball team. Captain Roll, Albert Ardussi, Charles Ardussi, Backes, Chuidian, Lowenberg, Persiani, and Manager Frisbee from "gym" team. "Generals in Civil and Spanish Wars Who Once Wore the P.M.C. Gray" Civil War: Brigadier General David Vickers, Spanish-American War: Brigadier General James Rush Lincoln, Major General Carroll A. Devol. Alumnus Brigadier General George H. Burton led an impressive military career, becoming Inspector General. Other notable graduates mentioned: Brigadier General Albert J. Logan, Brigadier General Lewis T. Bryant, Brigadier General Cecil A. Lyon, Brigadier General Albert F. Pray. "Peters and Ardussi Captains" J. Dewey Peters, captain, and Charles F. Felin, manager, of next season's basketball team. Albert E. Ardussi, captain, and William C. Seaton, captain, manager, of the "gym" basketball team. "Enrollments for September Must be in at an Early Date" Cadets returning to the college and preparatory school are enrolling for the next school year earlier than in the past. "Mask and Mitt Men Round into Form for Big Games with Swarthmore and St. John's" P.M.C. lost to Philadelphia Art & Textile 13-4. PMC beat Goldey College 13-7. Delaware beat PMC 8-4. "'Handled Situation Like Veterans,' Press Comment on Corps' Efficient Work" Newspaper accounts from Philadelphia and New York newspapers praising the work of PMC in responding to the Eddystone munition disaster.
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
College and University Relations - Publications
Campus Life
PMC News (1916-1945)
Newspapers - PMC News (1916-1945)
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of the PMC News, including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1916-1950 - The PMC News," and search for this issue by date.
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The P.M.C. News, Vol. 2, Issue 3 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
December, 1917
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 2, Issue 3
  1 website  
Date Range
December, 1917
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 2, Issue 3
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The P.M.C. News, December 1917 "To the Colors! Sons of Chester Answered Their Country's Call – Trained To Command, All Were Ready for Service" Died in duty: Edmund Garretson Cook, Dr. David Gordon Allen. Major General Carroll A. Devol, retired, on active duty. Brigadier General: Albert J. Logan. Colonels: Julius T. Conrad, Herbert G. Catrow, Ezra H. Ripple, Jr., Merritt H. Smith, Frank G. Sweeney. Lieutenant Colonels: Maury Nichols, Dr. Henry D. Thomason, Henry C. Davis, George H. Webb, George H. Ralston. Majors: Charles B. Amory, Irving J. Carr, Claude S. Fries, J.A. Hodges, William J. Pardee, H.C. Pratt, Charles F.B. Price, Blaine Aiken, Charles b. Grant, Ralph S. Hamilton, Jr., John W. Loveland, Sr., Frederic N. Whitley, Albert G. Chase, Raymond W. Hardenberg, Rukard Hurd, Dupont B. Lyon, Churchill B. Mehard, Curran B. Mendel, Paul M. Milliken, Dr. Henry L.K. Shaw, Clarence T. Starr, Frank Sutton. Captains: Charles E. Coates, Horace P. Hobbs, Eustis Hubbard, John T. Kennard, Marion P. Vestal, Benjamin S. Berry, Marcus A. Smith, Gerald T. Hanley, F. Frazer Hinton, Jr., J. Roderick Taylor, James H. Davidson, Allard A. Dederer, James Duffy, Duval Dunne, Harry C. Fry, Clarence E. Myers, Warwick C. , C. Phillips Purdy, Carroll Robertson, Walter H. Schoellkopf, Herbert H. Smedley, Alexander M. Stewart, Raymond C. Ward, Ray D. Wells, Herbert J. Wild, C.M. Wilhelm. First Lieutenants: A.R. McGaw, Charles Bartow, Allio F. Amodio, John H. Jouett, Alfred C. Cramp, Frank B. Hatton, Robert McIlroy, Jr. Norris Robinson, Robert A. Young, Clyde Caldwell, Henry V. De Hority, Jesse Fletcher, Jr., Howell P. French, William C. Godfrey, Henry W. Leh, Donald C. McRae, Robert G. Mead, Knapp Milburn, Dr. Hugh N. Shannan, Herbert K. Webb, John L. Wetherill. Second Lieutenants: Elliot Durand, Jr., John T. Henderson, John W. Loveland, Jr., Gabriel R. Mead, Samuel W. Williamson, Frederic deL. Comfort, James W. Passmore, Lucius L. Moore, Alexander P. Brown, Paul B. Berry, James T.M. Breneman, Ellis E. Haring, William D. Howarth, James M. Huebner, James W. Lillie, Jr., F. Cavarre Lloyd, DeBruceton Lowenberg, J. Harper Mack, Caleb C. Pierce, D.H. Lane Powers, John F. Rawcliffe, Hyman G. Rosenbloom, Arthur P. Schock, J. Wilson Stoever, W. Kenneth Waterall, Stanley E. Williams. Third Officers' Training Camp: Bernard J. Cahn, Doyle Campbell, Logan Campbell, Leon A. Campuzano, Edmund Cramp, Donald D. Fitz Gerald, Jesse hause, Walter H. Hayden, Isaac H. Johnson, Oliver G. Julian, Edward J. Kennedy, Irad B. Lower, Winslow Lyon, William H. Schulte, Gerald Swallow, John A. Taltavall. United States Navy: J.C. Morris Small, Joseph Dewar, Frank G. Farrell, Carroll R. Jarden. Others in Service: Donald G. Cameron, James C. Hobart, Keith B. Hubbard, Evan M. Johnson, Jr., Benjamin G. Ketcham, Nathan C. Moore, Clarence G. Paige, Albert E. Ardussi, Robert Adams, John C. McFayden, St. Clair Smith, Jackson Townsend, Roland B. Rathbone, Ned Logan Brown. "The Corps Does Its 'Bit' – Cadets Give Thanksgiving Money for Y.M.C.A. War Work 'Over There'" Rather than giving to the Chester needy as tradition dictated, the corps raised $378 for comforts for enlisted men. "Bartow Back from the Front – Descendant of Key Served at Verdun, Champagne and Salonica" Charles Bartow returned on December 1. He will be accepting a commission in the British Royal Flying Corps. "All Wear R.O.T.C. Insignia" Every cadet now a prospective United States Army Reserve officer. "Big Gray Team Caps Season with Victory on Thanksgiving Day – Crushed Albright Eleven, 29-0, With Brilliant Attack" "Football Letters Awarded" Captain Horlacher, Campuzano, Pool, Sweeney, Voskamp, Cramp, Leet, Giles, Felin, Fried, Ircin, Swift, Davis received letters. Scrub letters to: Armon, Brogden, Campbell, Ennis, Kendall, Kennedy, Lewis, Lupton, Phillips, Richards, Schilling, Sickles, Smith. "Charles Curtiss Persiani, Jr." Charles Curtiss Persiani, Jr. died on November 17 after an operation following injuries incurred during an informal football game. He was buried in Plantsville, Connecticut. "Wins Canadian Challenge Cup" Alumnus Major Charles B. Amory, Jr. won Canadian Challenge Cup at National Horse Show in New York. Picture of colonel Alfred Reynolds, former commander of the 22nd Infantry, detailed by the War Department to PMC as Professor Military Science and Tactics "A Front Line – Cameron, '19, Canadian Army Service Corps, Writes From France" Donald G. Cameron writes from the French front. "Winter Term Starts January 8" "Oratorical Prize Won by Corporal Chuidian" Cadet Corporal Juan Chuidian won the College Oratorical Prize. William Arch Irvin, Jr., and John A. Pool also received prizes. Other participants: Theodore H. Cowee, W. Carman Davis, D. Walter Lupton, Herbert Pleet, Lawrence M. Swift, Harry Stanford Vernon, Ardussi, Giles, Harvery, Purdy, Sickles, Sowinski, Wilcox. Judges: Rev. John W. Hauser, J. Borton Weeks, Esq., Garnett Pendleton. "Practical work for the C.E.'s – Survey Railroad; Study Construction of New Pennsylvania Line" Senior and Junior Department of Engineering students surveyed Baltimore & Ohio Railroad tracks and new Pennsylvania Railroad track. "Read Technical Essays" Senior class read economic and engineering essays on December 7. Presenters: Robert R. Horlacher, Harry C. Eagle, Alfred L. Hummel, Charles f. Felin, Jr., William C. Seaton, William R. Simpson. "All Together, Now!" Lyrics to song "Smile and Show Your Dimple." "Famous Players Pack Torn Togs; Two Get Signal to Play the Bigger Game Overseas" Cramp, Campuzano, Horlacher, Leet, and Felin have left the team. Cramp and Campuzano will enter the war. Picture of Dr. David Gordon Allen, U.S.N., died September 5 in duty. Second PMC death in the World War. First death was Edmund Garretson Cook on August 1. "Soldiers Won From All Teams in Their Class" Football scores.
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The P.M.C. News, Vol. 1, Issue 7 (Microfilm and Digital)

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2224
Date Range
May, 1917
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 1, Issue 7
  1 website  
Date Range
May, 1917
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 1, Issue 7
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Microfilm
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The P.M.C. News, May 1917 "'Vive La France! Vive Le Marechal!'" Picture of cadets on Franklin Field at the Great Demonstration in honor of Marshal Joffre, Vice-Premier Viviani, and Admiral Chocheprat. "Cadets Salute Hero Joffre as He Rides into Franklin Field – First At 'Present' for Leader Who Hurled Back Kaiser's Troops. 20,000 Cheer" "Summer Training Camp" Announcement for a 5 week military course starting July 10, 1917. "Cadet off for France – Great-Grandson of Author of 'Star-Spangled Banner' to Front" Charles Bartow is going to the front in France to drive with the American Ambulance. "P.M.C. Men from 26 States and Cuba Offer Themselves to Their Country" Names of graduates and ex-cadets. "Cadet, Citizens' and High School Corps in Great Patriotic Rally" Patriotic rally held in Chester on April 27, 1917. A parade went to the George Wood Anderson Tabernacle. Lieutenant-Governor of PA Frank B. McClain, Chester Mayor W.S. McDowell, and Senator Sproul were in attendance. "Five Hundred Enlisted – Citizens, Under P.M.C. Instruction, Make Rapid Progress" Five hundred men are enlisted as part of the P.M.C. Citizens' Training Corps. "Cavalry in 'Naval Day' Parade" Parade held in Ridley Park on May 12, 1917. "Writes from English Camp – Celebrate As U.S. Enters War, Says P.MC. Man With Canadians" Donald G. Cameron relates that the English were cheering upon the announcement of the U.S. entering the war. "Philippine Student Wins – Awarded Pollock Prize in Sophomore Declamation Contest" Cadet Juan Chuidian y Urbano won the Third Class Oratorial Contest on May 4, 1917. Other competitors: Charles Chapin Terry, Jr., William Arch Irvin, Jr., Lawrence Makepeace Swift, Harry Stanford Vernon, Charles Joseph Ardussi, Herbert Pleet, John Alexander Pool, William Carman Davis. Judges: Howard E. Hannum, Esq., Dr. Harry M. Armitage, Rev. Dr. Edward B. Pollard. "La Salle, Drexel and Faculty Bite Diamond Dust. Twice Defeated" P.M.C. won over La Salle and Drexel and won a faculty game. St. Joseph's College defeated P.M.C. twice. "Engagement Announced" Doyle Campbell, class of 1916, is engaged to Miss Mary J. Cramp, a sister of Mrs. Frank K. Hyatt. Samuel Goodwin Barton, Ph.D. is taking over First Class Astronomy for Captain Herbert J.Wild. "Here They Come, the Big Days of the Year, June 20-21, Alumni and Commencement Days" Army Chief of Staff Major General Hugh L. Scott unable to attend. Baccalaureate Sermon will be given on June 17 by Rev. Dr. John G. Wilson of the Philadelphia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. "Hall Wears Patriotic Dress for Junior Hop" Hop committee members: Robert R. Horlacher, Charles F. Felin, Jr., Harry C. Eagle, William R. Simpson, Albert E. Ardussi. Patronesses: Mrs. James Campbell, Mrs. Louis Clyde, Mrs. Samuel Dyer Clyde, Mrs. William Frick, Mrs. John Hannum, Jr., Mrs. Charles E. Hyatt, Mrs. Frank K. Hyatt, Mrs. William Randle, Mrs. Harry Roth, Mrs. William I. Schaffer, Mrs. Samuel H. Seeds, Mrs. Agnes M. Starr, Mrs. Frank G. Sweeney, Mrs. Richard Wetherill. "Wolfe Wins Bergfels' Ride, George, Burt Cup" Cadet John J. Wolfe won horsemanship awards. Other cadet participants: Jose Manuel Del Caprio, Herbert Pleet. Judges: Brigadier General William G. Price, Major William Kelly, Jr., Albert R. Granger. Junior Cadet Clifford George won the Preparatory School Dorothy Burt Cup. "U.S. Inspection Most Rigid Test in Years of Corps' Efficiency" Captain Edward D. Powers performed a Government Inspection of the corps on May 16 and 17. "'Second Only to West Point'" Quote from an editorial entitled "Chester's Contribution" in the _Chester Times_. "Enroll Now for September – College and Preparatory School Filling up More Rapidly Than in Years"
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PMC News (1916-1945)
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The P.M.C. News, Vol. 2, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
January, 1918
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 2, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
January, 1918
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 2, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The P.M.C. News, January 1918 "Bartow and a French '75' in Serbia" Charles Bartow is pictured with an anti-aircraft gun. "Bartow's Section Wins the 'Croix de Guerre'" Section 14 of the American Ambulance won the Croix de Guerre thanks to its efforts at Verdun and Champagne. Charles Bartow fought with Section 14. "Young Graduate Earns Commission in France – Rapid Rise from Ranks; In First U.S. Troops Reviewed In England by King" Keith B. Hubbard, '15, was among the first body of American troops ever reviewed by the English king and queen. Hubbard has been commissioned as a lieutenant. Picture of Hubbard. "College Maintains Record Enrollment; Waiting List Grows" 12 new cadets entered January 8. "Giles to Lead Gridiron Men" David Giles will lead the football team next fall. "With the Colors; The Honor Roll Lengthens" Names of cadets who have joined the service. "P.M.C. Eleven Meets Haverford Next Fall" Football schedule for next fall. "Huebner's sidelights on War from Hancock" Letter from Second Lieutenant James M. Huebner at Camp Hancock in Augusta, Georgia. "'Win the War' Spirit" Letter from Ned Logan Brown. "Harvey, Basketball Captain" Edmund H. Harvey John Rosen, who attended the PMC Chester Citizens' Corps, appointed Corporal of Company 11 at Camp Meade, Maryland. Former Physiology instructor Dr. William Knowles Evans stationed at Camp Greenleaf in Fort Oglethorphe, Georgia. Jerome W. Howe, former instructor of Engineering, is Captain of Cavalry. "No 'Soft Berth' for Him; Duty Calls and Hobart Leaves France for Italian Front" Letter from James. C. Hobat, '15. "Honorary Alumni in the War" Major General Hugh L. Scott and Major General Leonard Wood. Both had received honorary Doctors of Military Science. "Bugler, Sound Assembly – Here and there With the Sons of Old Chester" News of alumni in war efforts: Frank Sutton, Walter H. Schoelkopf, Knapp Milburn, J. Roderick Taylor, Frederic deL. Comfort, Rukard Hurd, Harry T. Wilson, Ferdinand R. Patzowsky, John F. Rawcliffe, Howell P. French, Chester A. Dodge, Frank Martin, Charles E. Coates, Seth B. Dewey, Joseph K. Dewar, George B. Christian, Jr., James W. Lillie, Jr., Frank J. Matty "Team Ranked High by New York Sun Expert" Football expert ranked PMC football 34th. "'The News' Goes Travelling – Follows Uncle Sam's Troops Over Here and Over There" "Colonel Prebel Recalls Old Days" Colonel Edward Preble recalls Civil War days. "Citizens honor Captain Cramp" Citizens' Corps of Chester honored Edmund Cramp before he left for officers' training camp at Camp Dix in Wrightstown, NJ. "Changes in the Faculty" Frank E. Strom is Assistant Professor of Mathematics after Edmund Cramp left for the war. Harold V. Carson, '16, is instructor of Cavalry Edward W. Backes, captain, and William C. Seaton, manager, of gymnasium team. Dr. Lawrence W. Burdick is giving a class in conversational French. "Washington Wins Fast Fray – Cadets Yield to Brooklyn Polytechnic, St. Josteph's, and Osteopaths" "Taft Pays Tribute to General Devol of '78" Major General Carroll A. Devol praised by President Taft in a _Philadelphia Ledger_ editorial on December 19. "From One P.M.C. Birdman – 'Sun Never Shines on Army Asleep' Wells' Word From Texas" Rad D. Wells, '11, is at Ground Officers' Training School at Camp Kelly in San Antonio, TX. He is training to be an aviator. "Moore, '17, Now in France" Second Lieutenant Lucius L. Moore, '17, Marine Corps, arrived in France. "Engineers Study Ice-Crushed Dam" Professor Harold C. Bird and First and Second Civil Engineering classes inspected an ice jam in the Schuylkill River.
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PMC News (1916-1945)
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