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Papers of Frank Hyatt.

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Date Range
1932 - 1953
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 18 Hyatt
Date Range
1932 - 1953
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 18 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt, 1932 - 1953. Folder Headings are: Delaware County National Bank - Loans. Accreditation College. Accreditation Prep School. Accreditation Financial. Levi Wyman, including obituaries Hyatt Administration Correspondence 1934 – 1936 - George deForest
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Papers of Frank Hyatt

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions1877
Date Range
1930 - 1940
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 2 Hyatt
Date Range
1930 - 1940
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 2 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt, 1932 - 1953. [Note: Folder numbers are not always consecutive and some are misnumbered.] Original Folder Headings are: 505B Engineering 1938 in regards to changing course 1936 - 1939 [Includes accrediting document - P.M.C. unable to meet standards for Civil Engineering Accreditation.] 506B Delaware County Trust Co. in regards to interest on bonds. 1938 - 1939. [Interest is overdue - threatened foreclosure.] 507B Department of Public Instruction 1937. [Statistics on students placed in teaching positions.] 508B Cecil B. DeMille in regards to making a movie. 1935 - 1939. [Frank Hyatt requesting DeMille make the college a basis for a play or movie to help financial situation.] 509B Dancing lessons by Arthur Murray (Dancing School in New York.) [Correspondence to cadet parents and to Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt concerning finding female dance partners.] 510B Correspondence and veto of bill for $150,000 appropriation to PMC. Vetoed by Governor James 1939. 511B Resignation of Mr. Timm, football, basketball, and baseball coach 1938. 512B Receipts and expenses of football games Oct. 8 and Oct. 15, 1938. 513B Mid Year report of President of P.M.C. to Board of Trustees 1937, 1938. 515B Analysis of expenses to Jan. 1, 1937. 516B To Board of Trustees, review of the operations for the current year. 1938. 517B To Trustees. Annual Mid Year Report from President of P.M.C. 1936 - 1937. 518B President Hyatt's report to Board of Trustees February 6, 1937. 519B Requests for contributions. 520B Various Data to Alumni 1935. "Alumni Relations to College." 521B Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Co. vs. P.M.C. in regards to Taxes and Mortgage unpaid interest. 522B E.A.Howell correspondence on finance 1935, 1933, and up. 523B. Names of graduates of Class 1880 and request to Mr. Greir Hersh. 524B Decrees by U.S. District Court on Bankruptcy and re-organization. P.M.C. 1940. 525B Merit Roll 1939 - 1940. 526B Life History of Honor Men [Honorary Degree Recipients 1939] 526.1B Hyatt Foundation. Includes April Meeting. 1938. 527B Homecoming Day [Athletic Banquet] 3 -23 - 39. 529B Correspondence and gift of books by Dr. Gravell. 530B Colonel Hyatt's suggestions to Trustees. 1938. 531B Release for November 26. [Press Release regarding P.M.C.'s transfer to Public Ownership.] 532B Comparison of Expenses with Budget, 1937 and analysis. 535B Statement of cash receipts and disbursements, August 30, 1935 to February 29, 1936. 536B Mr. Howell letter stating there is unrest among creditor. 537B Meeting of Hyatt Foundation. 538B Polo Accident [Eckford Rufner]. [Rufner died due to accident caused by PMC player; Rufner on opposing team. Correspondence between parents and Frank Hyatt.] 539B Polo - Outdoor. F.S. O'Reilly 1934 - 1935. [Correspondence between O'Reilly, Treasurer of the Intercollegiate Polo Society and Frank Hyatt.] 540B Polo, Outdoor, 1936. 540.1B Polo Schedule 1940 and story of beginning of first game of Polo. [Includes history of Polo at P.M.C.] 541B Polo 1937 - 1938. [Correspondence regarding competitions with other teams.] 542B Polo - Schedule, Outdoor. 1934 - 1935. 542.1B Letters on Polo and requests for Ponies. 1937. [Requests for money and horses.] 543B Polo Horses 1936 - 1937. 544B Polo - Bryn Mawr Field. [Correspondence between Hyatt and Biddle regarding lease of Bryn Mawr Field,; disagreement regarding locations and publicity.] 545B Polo - Indoor Intercollegiates. [Letters regarding setting up games.] 546B Indoor Polo Schedule. Correspondence not playing Polo. 1935 - 1936. [P.M.C. had to drop out of playing polo due to good players graduating and financial troubles.] 547B Donation of $100 for books and correspondence. A.H. Atterbury. 547.1B 1935. Polo tournament booklet, other polo data, newspaper clipping. [Details unsuccessful 1935 - 1936 polo team and reasons; Frank Hyatt's criticisms of the state of Philadelphia indoor polo.] 548B Complete examination of the books and records of P.M.C. for college years 1933 - 1934, 1932 - 1933, 1931 - 1932, 1930 - 1931 for Polo and Calvary and other sports. 549B Hyatt Foundation - subscription. [lists people who have donated and how much they gave.)
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Papers of Frank Hyatt

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions1879
Date Range
1935 - 1943
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 4 Hyatt
Date Range
1935 - 1943
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 4 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt, 1932 - 1953. [Note: Folder numbers are not always consecutive and some are misnumbered.] Original Folder Headings are: 627B Minutes of the Meetings of the Association of College Presidents. May 11, 1942 631B Federal Security Agency to School Administrators and Presidents, 1940 - 1942. 632B War Department Information [June 6, 1942 letter from Frank Hyatt to patrons regarding enlistment of quota from each class in Army Enlisted Reserve Corps.] 633B Delaware County National Bank Financial Report Taxes. 709 - 711 East 14th Street. 634B Trustees decide to hold Literary Exercises, February 28, 1941. [Program is to be the same as the one held at Commencement.] 635B Trustees Meeting February 6, 1941. 636B Report of Annual Board of Trustees, February 6, 1941 637B Loftus Broadcasting, Colonel Hyatt Speech [PMC sponsorship of "We Believe in our Community", a series of one-half hour programs on WFIL Philadelphia.] 637.1B Question of Cadet drinking while on a trip to N.Y. and Trustee's Opinion 638B Comparison, Expenses with Budget, February 1, 1940. 639B Comparison with Budget, January 31, 1941 640B Comparison, Expenses with Budget, March 31, 1941 641B Income Comparison as Follows: 1939 - 1940, 1940 - 1941 642B In regards to increase in salary of faculty, 1940. 643B Amounts of various bills 644B Comparison with Budget, 1939 - 1940 645B For accounts receivable, June 27, 1940 646B Correspondence of E.A. Howell and Col. Hyatt on finance, and Financial Report and Comparison, 1940. 647B Comparison, Expenses with Budget, March, 1940 648B Comparison of Expenses with Budget til May 31, 1940 649B Comparison of Expenses with Budget, May 1, 1940 650B Delaware County Courts exempt PMC Taxes from 1936 651B A telegram forbidding use of Armories for Non-Military Use, December 8, 1941 652B [Board of Trustees memo about 1941 meeting] 653B Board letter on tuition under the Accelerated Course, 1942. 654B Colonel Hyatt reports his stewardship to Mr. John G. Pew, Mr. Edwin A. Howell, and Mr C. Edwin Webb. 655B H.E. Wheeler, Treasurer of N.W. Ayer and Colonel Hyatt [correspondence between them regarding possible sale of Military Academy Stock Company] 657B Headquarters Association of Military Colleges to members of Military Association [correspondence and newspaper article about Intermurals.] 658B Federal Security Agency, U.S. Office of Education [March 21, 1941 letter regarding draft and Selective Service System Administration.) 659B Association of Military Schools and Colleges Executive Meeting called. 660B American Council of Education and Association of College Presidents. 661B Capture of W.F. Farrell, a P.M.C. graduate taken as German War Prisoner. 662B In regard to meat rationing, December 2, 1942 662B Report of mid year commencement, 1943. [First mid year commencement in history of institution] 663B Coffee rationing for PMC 664B Post-commencement communique, 1941, full data. [about Cadet Corps, their graduation, and what they are doing after graduation] 665B Names of alumni in national defense in service and notes on athletes in service. [military service] 667B An extremely vital question to the Trustees. Also in regards to giving juniors diplomas. [1943]. [Juniors are being called to Active Service at end of year] 668B Teacher who's views did not abide with defense. [Charles M. Antoni's Quaker tendencies did not fit with new international situation; Hyatt ordered his separation from PMC March 20, 1941.] 669B Col. Hyatt reports he has 325 young engineers on duty, 1943. 670B To Board of Trustees - information on Commencement and Honorary Degrees. 671B Trustees, Alumni and Honorary Alumni. [Talks about PMC operating on a war basis] 672B [Pamphlet sent to alumni from Frank Hyatt about PMC response to Depression, 1935] 672B Special letter from President of P.M.C. on operating on War-Time Basis. 673B Survey of College's Proposed housing facilities [conducted by War Department December 16, 1942.] 674B Clippings, New Victory Corps. [Clippings about Hyatt going to Smedley Junior High School 1943. Correspondence between Frank Hyatt and Margaret Stetser, 1943] 675B Social Security Questionnaire 676B Public Relations Department PMC, 1940 Football Schedule, 1939 and 1940 record, 1940 roster 677B Awards for football and baseball players, 1942. [also basketball, polo, track, rifle awards for 1942] 678B Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Association of College Presidents of Pennsylvania 679B In regard to properties for sale near PMC. [Letters from early 1943 relating to local houses for sale] 680B Speech by Col. Hyatt at Town Meeting in Central Y.M.C.A. 1941 681B Instruction and general information to faculty. Names of members 1943. 682B to Trustees, recommendations for approval of Honorary Degrees and Information 683B Resolutions, Association of College Presidents of Pennsylvania. 684B Accelerated Program Plans for Pennsylvania College 685B Minutes of the Annual Meeting of Association of College Presidents of PA 1941 686B Association of Liberal Arts Colleges of Pennsylvania for Advancement of Teachers. 688B Minutes of the Meeting of Association of Trustees of Colleges and Universities. 689B American Council on Education [Statement of the Second Baltimore Conference on Higher Education and the War.] 690B Higher Education and National Defense. Veteran's Education. 691B Letter and Poem sent by Mr. J. Hurst Hackett 693B Letter on death of C.E. Myers in England. [former Cadet killed in England. He graduated in 1909, was a Trustee, and died in 1943] 694B Two Addresses by Col. Hyatt, 1942 and 1943 695B Memorandum for Colonel Hyatt from Dept. of Military Sciences and Tactics, 1943. 696B Headquarters of U.S. Marine Corps and correspondence. 698B Fernald and Com, Public Accountants, in regards to assumption of liabilities, 1942. 699B Presidents and Superintendents strictly. [February 17 1941 letter from Hyatt to Military Colleges regarding strictly Military Colleges and their common interests. 700B Association of Military Colleges and Schools on Unexpected Developments. 701B Department of Science and Tactics 702B Federal Security Agency National Youth Administration 703B Navy Department Bureau of Navigation. Washington, D.C. 705B Joint Army and Navy Marine Corps Coast Guard Procurement Committee, 1942. 706B PMC Accepts a unit of 300 men from the Army. 1943. 707B In regards to PMC and Chester High School 708B Public Events 1941 and 1942 [Listing of Cadet awards, October 21, 1941.] 710B Morale Building for Adult Groups. 1942. [Using 16 mm. sound films]
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Papers of Frank Hyatt

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions1881
Date Range
1891 - 1951
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 6 Hyatt
Date Range
1891 - 1951
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 6 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt, 1932 - 1953. Folder Headings are: Texas A&M Information requested by Clarence Moll for potential research project on US Military Colleges, 1948-1951 Information on Clemson Agricultural College's Cadet Policy provided to Clarence Moll, 1948 Debts owed to William Provost, Builder. 1926-1931 The Cecil B. DeMille Correspondence showing PMCs Finances, 1928-1931 Bill Stern's Father Praises PMC, 1930 Frank Hyatt's Packard, 1926 A Typical PMC Debt, 1930 Recognition by the University Club of Philadelphia, 1931 Return of Military Department of PMC, 1891-1900 [Professor of Military Science and Tactics Evaluations] George Studebaker criticises Frank Hyatt for Overuse of Polo at PMC, 1928 Faculty Member apology to Frank Hyatt for Questionable Use of The Good Earth in Classroom, 1932 "A" Letter form Columbia University, NJ reference E.C.P.D. [Correspondence Discussing Engineering Department changes needed before Accreditation] Alumni Correspondence, 1913-1916 Alumni Correspondence, 1914-1916 The James Campbell Correspondence showing conditions at PMC, 1928-1931 PMC not an Accredited College, Correspondence Concerning Newton Wyman, 1923-1926 [Difficulty of PMC Graduate entering Medical School due to PMCs Lack of Accreditation] A Letter showing PMCs Lack of Accreditation, 1924 PMC was not Accredited in 1930 [Frank Hyatt tells Why] Accreditation 1922 [Announcing the Accreditation in Pennsylvania] Preparatory School Accreditation Correspondence with Harrisburg, 1929 Lack of Accreditation, 1929 A good picture of the needs of the College in 1930 Lack of Accreditation, 1930 PMCs failure to be Accredited, 1930 Frank Hyatt Opposes Bill to Grant Commissions to all Faculty Members, 1931 American Society of Civil Engineers, 1934-1937 [Praise of PMCs Chapter] Advertising Magazines and Newspapers, 1938-1939 Typical PMC Newspaper Ads during the 1920s A typical PMC Advertisement, 1916-1917 Typical PMC Ads during the 1920s Advertising Accounts with N.W. Ayer and Son, 1921-1924, 1924-1926 PMC Favors form the Cramp Family, 1911-1917 Alumnus asks for Frank Hyatt's Recommendation of him as Board of Trustees Member, 1919 Walter Kirk praises PMC,1926 Emmanuel Sacks, 1929-1931 A Cuban Student's Love for PMC, 1933 The Athletic Council, 1921 Alumni Athletic Endowment Fund, 1921 Letters from White House Secretary of War and General Pershing [Missing], 1922 The PMC Tennis Results, 1922 Frank K. Hyatt's idea of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1926
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Papers of Frank Hyatt

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Date Range
1889 - 1936
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 8 Hyatt
Date Range
1889 - 1936
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 8 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt, 1932 - 1953. Folder Headings are: "F" (Financial) Some Outstanding Bills, 1921 - 1922 PMC Income Tax Forms, 1920 - 1928 Chester National Bank. PMC Finances 1889-1920. Richard Wetherill, Chester National Bank, PMC Finances, 1921 - 1924 Sigmund Eisner Company Debts, 1922 - 1923 PMC State and Federal Tax Forms, 1916 PMC Insurance Policies, 1917 - 1923 Another $1000 Note of Indebtedness, 1924 Things of Interest: 1936 Football Schedule, Sample Commencement Invitations, Address of Col. Frank Knox to Union League, Congress of American Poets makes Frank Hyatt honorary member, 1936 Football Thanksgiving Banquet program, 1935 Frank Hyatt appeal to alumni, Invitation to Col. Starr's lecture "Experiences in Russia", Who's Who in America Frank Hyatt Information, "Boston Globe" article about PMC Professor William E. Barton, PMC Fact Card, Hyatt Foundation Appeal for Support Correspondence relative to Taxation, 1919. PMC Tax problems, 1920 - 1923 PMC Debts, 1922 A Letter Showing Frank Hyatt's Financial Attitude in 1922 A letter showing PMC's bad name financially, 1922 Notes on Frank Hyatt's cars, 1923 - 1926 $45,000 note, 1923 City taxes, 1924 - 1924 Philadelphia Trust Company, 1924 - 1927 City Tax Assessments on PMC, 1924 - 1925 PMC Financial Statements, 1926 - 1927 Notes for plumbing and heating, 1927 A Grocery Store note, 1924 Ryan's Meat Market Account, 1925 Delaware County Trust Company Correspondence Concerning PMC Notes, 1925 - 1928 Food Costs Per Student at PMC in 1925 Financing the Stadium, 1926 - 1927 Butter and Egg Contracts, 1926 - 1928 Insurance taken out by PMC, 1925 - 1926 $3000 debt at Wanamkers, 1926 State Taxes, 1926 - 1929 County Taxes, 1927 - 1929 $1200 note for lumber supplies, 1926 Horstmann Uniform Company, Big Accounts, 1925 - 1929 Military Academy Stock Company Bonds Valuation, 1927 Dr. Webster Veterinary Surgeon versus PMC, 1927 Assessed valuations on PMC Property, 1928 - 1929 Insurance note, 1929 Chester-Cambridge Bank correspondence, 1928 - 1931 Packard Cars, 1930 A typical debt correspondence for services rendered to PMC, 1920 - 1921 Typical uniform debts, 1924 - 1925 Andrew Mellon enjoined by Frank Hyatt to give $10,000, 1928 Frank Hyatt asks William Clyde for $5000 in 1928 Chester National Bank, 1924 - 1930 Frank Hyatt asks Cyrus Curtis for $50,000 in 1930 William Clyde [College Finances], 1928 - 1931 A typical letter to a delinquent parent concerning finances, 1929 Chester Cambridge Bank and trust Company, 1930 - 1931 Chester Tax Appraisal, 1930 Financial arrangements with the city of Chester concerning B & O Railroad, 1930 Typical PMC Meat Bills, 1925 - 1930 Frank Hyatt's Remodeling Schemes, 1930 Typical Financial Note, 1930 PMC personal property of Frank Hyatt, therefore taxable Frank Hyatt asks Frank Poor to lend him $40,000, 1931 Business Relations with a plumber, 1931 - 1932 Good advice to Frank Hyatt, 1932 Hard Times, 1932 [appeal for donations]
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Papers of Frank Hyatt

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Date Range
1884 - 1939
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 10 Hyatt
Date Range
1884 - 1939
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 10 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt. Includes some papers of his father Charles Hyatt. Folder Headings are: Charles E. Hyatt Correspondence, Ordnance Department 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906. Charles E. Hyatt Correspondence, Military 1910 Charles E. Hyatt Correspondence, various topics, 1910 Correspondence between C. E. Hyatt and John Loveland 1909 - 1921 Praise for Charles Hyatt, 1913 [letter from Minnie G. Paige] Hyatt - Personal [correspondence] Frank K. Hyatt, President of Rotary Frank Hyatt, Blackmailed, 1931 Shares of stock in United Gas Improvement Company 1930 Frank Hyatt's life insurance policy, 1928 Frank Hyatt's shares of stock in Standard Plate Glass, 1929 Frank Hyatt made Colonel, 1930 Frank Hyatt's personal insurance policies Frank Hyatt [clippings from 1930 - 1931 about election as president and work to improve PMC education.] Frank Hyatt's letter to President Hoover on behalf of General Smedley Butler, on trial for insulting Mussolini, 1931 Frank Hyatt's altruism, 1931 Frank Hyatt to Alvin Burt, 1927 - 1931 Frank Hyatt's resignation from Rotary International 1927 Letter from Dwight Morrow, American Ambassador to Mexico, 1929, to Frank Hyatt A letter of appreciation to Frank Hyatt, 1932 E. Wallace Chadwick's correspondence concerning Rotary Club business, 1930 One Student's impression of Frank Hyatt, 1929 [letter demands that Frank Hyatt return a rifle to an expelled cadet, H.S. Bugby.] What one student thought of Frank Hyatt 1934 [letter from Douglas Worton, Jr., regarding his negative prep school experience.] Frank Hyatt's praise for PMC 1932 [letter to Dr. William Clark and Mr. D.L. Clark] Frank Hyatt sends a telegram which results in humorous effect, 1931 [telegram addressed to deceased Whitelaw Reid regarding attendance at a future polo match] Anti-Saloon League, 1930 [donation of $10.00 from PMC] Albert Atterbury congratulates Frank Hyatt upon becoming President of PMC 1930 Correspondence between Frank Hyatt and Congressman Butler, 1921 - 1923 [H.R. Bill 2581 giving a captured canon to PMC for display] Frank Hyatt purchases 21,000 German Marks, 1920 Correspondence between Frank Hyatt and Leslie Hyatt, 1920 The three PMC presidents named Hyatt, 1930. [letter explaining past Hyatt presidents] Frank Hyatt's appraisal of certain American Universities in 1926. A letter of censure to Frank Hyatt, 1924 [ from Wamble Coal Company regarding improper billing; letter writer had son at PMC. A tribute to Mrs. Charles E. Hyatt, 1909 Frank Hyatt's invention of a steel rim for an automobile tire, 1920. Frank Hyatt's investments in German marks, 1920. Frank Hyatt's request for captured German "77's" 1919 Correspondence to Theodore Hyatt, 1884. The Hyatt's attitude toward little crying boys [correspondence concerning Ross Kirk] The Library Situation in 1929 - 1939. [efforts to improve library for accreditation]
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Papers of Frank Hyatt

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions1886
Date Range
1870 - 1933
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 11 Hyatt
Date Range
1870 - 1933
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 11 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt. Includes some papers of his father Charles Hyatt. Folder Headings are: Music - P.M.C. ["Hello PMC Sheet Music] Miscellaneous MILITARY ACADEMY STOCK COMPANY Ownership of P.M.C. 1927 [Military Academy Stock Company Shareholders] Three Legal Corporations at P.M.C., 1928 Assets and Liabilities of the Military Academy Stock Company during 1920s. P.M.C. accounts for the month of December, 1921 Philadelphia Trust Company Mortgage, 1919 P.M.C. Mortgage, 1916 P.M.C. Bonds for Sale 1916 Mortgages on the Preparatory School Building, 1916 Internal Revenue inquiry concerning Military Academy Bonds, 1920 Assessments and Mortgages, 1921 Stock Company disposal of some real estate, 1920 Delaware County Trust Company Correspondence, 1917 - 1920 $500 Bond in the MAS Company, 1921 Statement of the Stock Company assets and liabilities, 1921 Notes of the P.M.C. Stock Co. 1915 - 1919 P.M.C. Stock 1922 P.M.C. Bonds and the estate of George Web, 1921 The story of a P.M.C. Bond, 1924 Assets and Liabilities of the Military Academy Stock Company in 1924 as told to John Pew by Frank Hyatt Frank Hyatt's income tax forms, 1923 - 1924 Military College Stock Company tax Returns, 1923 - 1926 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Mortgage on P.M.C. in 1925 Legal Title of College, 1917 The original members of the Military College Company, 1916 Chester Club Correspondence, 1927. Question of a Bond of $50.00 Military Schools and Colleges (Association) PHYSICAL PLANT Rodman Wanamaker, 1923 - 1925 (Frank Hyatt's request for a P.M.C. dormitory Correspondence between C.E. Hyatt and Mr. H.A. Millers of the B and O Railroad out of Wilmington, 1910 - 1912 C.E. Hyatt Property Mortgage, 1920 - 1923. 16th and 17th Streets, Melrose to Chestnut Purchase of the Ocheltree Property, 1923 Correspondence between F.K. Hyatt and Paul S. Ache relative to Frank's dormitory dream, 1924 - 1925 Correspondence between Frank K. Hyatt and Alexander Irwin concerning a proposed P.M.C. dormitory, 1919 - 1920 Deshong Property, 1916 B & O Railroad proposed right of way through P.M.C., 1924 - 1930 William C. Clyde, 1927 - 1928. [prospective dormitory] F.K. Hyatt writes Alexander Irwin concerning a future P.M.C. with new classrooms and new dormitories, 1931 Frank Hyatt asks Thomas Wanamaker for a P.M.C. Science Building, 1928 Contract and blueprint of new stable, 1927 Frank Hyatt asks Cyrus Curtis for a $100.000 Science Building, 1927 E.S. Hoopes, 1927 [$20,000 note paid up] Stable Contract, 1927 P.M.C. Versus City of Chester over Melrose Street Rights, 1927 - 1928 Rat Extermination, 1928 Frank Hyatt's Educational Philosophy, 1930 Philosophy - Why to P.M.C.? Polo, 1927 - 1928 Polo - Financial Gifts, 1929 Polo and Mortgages, John Slape Correspondence, 1928 - 1931 Polo - Frank Hyatt asks Mrs. John Raskob for $10,000 for Polo Ponies, 1929 Polo - Whiskey for Polo Ponies, 1930 Polo Match Accident, May 9, 1931 Polo - Horses names Pony Fund for Polo, 1929 PMPS - Letter describing the separation of the two schools, 1931. Also announcement of this [Preparatory School] Prizes - Correspondence concerning the J. Roosevelt Shanley Trophy, 1905 - 1911 Archibald Rutledge, Pacifist, 1930, concerning article he wrote about military schools. Publicity - Advertisement in New York Daily Tribune, 1870 Publicity - Letter written in 1913 describing life at P.M.C. Henry Buxton - "Publicity Man", 1919 - 1920. Correspondence Publicity - University Club of Philadelphia, 1927 - 1930 One parent criticizes P.M.P.S. for laxity, 1933 [Preparatory School] Publicity - Correspondence between C.E. Hyatt and the City of Wilmington concerning Old Home Week, 1912 - 1914
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Papers of Frank Hyatt

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions1887
Date Range
1900 - 1935
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 12 Hyatt
Date Range
1900 - 1935
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 12 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt. Includes some papers of his father Charles Hyatt. Folder Headings are: #1. Commandant of Cadets at Wenmah Military Academy, recruiter for P.M.C. 1930 #2. Recruiting, correspondence between C.E. Hyatt and J.A. Minturn, 1900-1911 #3. Frank Hyatt appeals to newspaper man to solicit Calvin Coolidge's two sons for P.M.C., 1921 #4. William Walton, student recruiter, 1930 #5. William Johns, college student recruiter, 1925-1926 #6. Commandant of cadets at Wenmah Military Academy, recruiter for P.M.C., 1930 #7. Correspondence concerning "unethical" recruiting tactics of Milton Baker of Valley Forge Military Academy, 1931 #8. Regulations, President of the student council, 1932 #9. Frank Hyatt's opinion of private rooms at P.M.C., 1931 #10. Religious activities of P.M.C., 1932 #11. P.M.C.'s church policy 1929 #12. Religion, correspondence, St. Michael's Church, 1914-1919 #13. ROTC-War Department summer ROTC, Plattsburgh, 1918 #14. Instructions for ROTC engineer enlisted reserve corps, 1917 #15. Engineers' ROTC, field artillery ROTC, 1917, 1918 #15.1. Application for unit of ROTC #16. ROTC- The law defining ROTC #17. Return to ROTC inspection, 1924 #18. Rules regarding insignia and practice of ROTC, 1917 #19. Hopes for S.A.T.C. 1918 #20. Scholarships, a graduate assistantship of $400 in 1922 #21. Scholarships, list of, 1923 #22. John Wannamaker Scholarship, 1926-1931 #23. The Warren G. Harding Scholarship, 1927 #24. Correspondence with Andrew S. Hubbard on scholarships, 1927 #25. The Hetzel Scholarship, 1923-1924 #26. Athletic Scholarships, 1922 #27. Big Athletic Scholarships, 1923 #28. An offer of a half scholarship to a deserving P.M.C. cadet, 1923 #28.1 Delaware County Scholarships, 1922 #29. A large scholarship, ($1350) 1922, 1923 #30. P.M.C. scholarships, 1926 #31. Scholarships for sons of National Guard officers, 1931 #32. Officers' sons reduced rates, 1923 #33. Enrollment standards, correspondence concerning Cadet John Monrose, 1911-1915 #34. Standards, a typical report card, 1913-1917, 1922-1926 #35. Low standards at P.M.C., 1921-1922 #36. Special bargain for three sons, 1931 #37. Typical report cards or transcripts, 1912-1916, 1919-1922 #38. A typical Preparatory School report card, 1920 #39. A letter showing how P.M.C. standards were raised in the 1920s #39.1 Standards for graduation, 1923 #40. Correspondence between P.M.C. and Princeton University concerning transfer credit, 1921 #41. Two week summer session, 1930 #42. Frank Hyatt tells John Loveland move's e new four year course, 1922 #43. Correspondence about "Taps" words written by J. Berg Esenwein, P.M.C. professor. #44. Correspondence between P.M.C. and C.H. Kendle's Band, 1911-1920 #45. Frank Hyatt begs Judge Broomall to send his son to P.M.P.S., 1931 #46. The origin of the P.M.C. auto plate idea, 1922 #47. Pollack prize contest, 1905; Cadet Robert Tumbelston speaking on Jean Vanjean #48. Drew Person, 1922 Correspondence #49. Proposed P.M.C. Graduate School, 1932 #50. Frank K. Hyatt's philosophy of education, 1931 #51. Appropriation Bill #805, 1935 #52. State Department #53. What P.M.C. could offer prospective cadet in 1920 #54. Correspondence between Frank Hyatt and Governor Pinchot about appropriations bill, 1933 #55. Correspondence between C.E. Hyatt and Col. Nicholson, Trustee, 1921-1922 #56. Correspondence between F.K. Hyatt and Judge Dickinson, 1916-1917 #57. Correspondence between F.K. Hyatt and Major John Loveland, Trustee of P.M.C. 1917-1920 #58. Duplicate letters to trustees 1921 asking for requisite High School diploma upon entrance #59. Correspondence concerning a former P.M.C. workman, Richard Parr, 1911 #60. Frank K. Hyatt's kindness to one family on tuition, 1925 #61. P.M.C. tutorial policy in 1921 #62. Tutoring rates, 1925 #63. Spending money needed, 1926-1929 #64. Typical student expenses, 1929 #65. Annual expense per student at P.M.P.S. 1930 #66. How one parent financed his son at P.M.C. in 1934 #67. The L.B. Walters Lawsuit concerning tuition, 1919 #68. Third Presbyterian Church Pew Rent, 1921 #69. Correspondence from E.A. Howell regarding Erskine matters, 1926; Garrett Construction Company, 1926.
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Date Range
1916 - 1932
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 14 Hyatt
Date Range
1916 - 1932
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 14 Hyatt
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Papers
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Papers of President Frank Hyatt. Includes some papers of his father Charles Hyatt. Folder Headings are: Key to folders 1-89 (Mother's file) Information on salaries of faculty and teachers. Pennsylvania Military College, years: 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932 Schedule of salaries of teachers and employees, 1923. Military College Company data covering salaries of 1924 Correspondence with Governor Sproul and President Warren G. Harding December 15, 1919 Call of special meeting of the Military Stock Company for purpose of selling property, December 26, 1919. Memorandum of cash on hand and bills payable, March 1, 1920 Military College Company makes offer of collateral to Chester National Bank Capital Stock Tax Returns, 1925 Bond Holders of Military Academy Stock Company Bonds Military Academy Stock Company Report Filed, 7/5/28, 2/23/24, also 1922 Income Tax Return 1926. Military Academy Stock Company and P.M.C. College Company 1923 Return Capital Stock Tax, Military Capital Company Tax. Corporation income tax return, 1923, Military Academy Stock Company and Military College Company Emergency profits tax report for Military Academy Stock Company, 1923 Final return, Corporation income tax return, 1925 Military Academy Stock Company and Military College Company Income 1925 return Capital Stock Tax, 1925-1926 Military College Company Corporation Income Tax Return for calendar year, 1923. Military Academy Stock Company and Military College Company Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, 9.26.29 Corporations income tax return for fiscal year 1927 Corporation income tax return for 1930 Corporation income tax return for fiscal year 1928 Letter. Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service in regard to sale of mortgage bonds and what price with P.M.C. Answer. Capital stock tax return and exemption claim of Military Stock Company claim of exemptions as not operating as a school, 1926 1924. Capital stock report of the Military Academy Stock Company 1925. Capital Stock Report of the Military College Company Supplemental, 1926, Capital Stock Report of Pennsylvania Military College Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Emergency Profits Tax Report, 1926 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Emergency Profits Tax Report, 1923 1924. Corporation income tax return for calendar year Emergency Profits Tax Reports for 1924 Data concerning salaries updated from 1099 for 1925, 1917 Exact Copy filed July 31, 1920. 1921 return Capital Stock Tax Military College Co. Capital Stock Tax Report, 1922. Filed 7.31.21 Data covering salaries paid year 1923 and income statement of each person Salaries and income data for teachers and faculty for 1921, Pennsylvania Military College Military Academy Stock Company, Capital Stock Tax, 1921 Military Academy Stock Company Income Tax, 1919 Military College Company Income Tax, 1921 Corporation income tax return, 1922 Military College Company Capital Stock Tax, 1926 Acceptance to the Centennial Commencement, June 15, 1921 Pennsylvania Military College State of Pennsylvania Tax on Capital stock for 1916 Centennial Publication advertisement List of people to whom centennial booklets were sent Philosophy of form of centennial history. John W. Loveland Public Relations. U.S. Marine Band, 1922 Reports income treasury, 1916, 1917, 1918. 1918 Corporation Income and U.S. Revenue Data on lowering wages showing trend of times March 8, 1922 Income tax returns delayed for 1919 Military College Company report of assets and liability for 1919
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Date Range
1920 - 1930
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 13 Hyatt
Date Range
1920 - 1930
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 13 Hyatt
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Papers of President Frank Hyatt. Includes some papers of his father Charles Hyatt. Folder Headings are: #51 Tax Assessments of the Military Academy Stock Company, March 10, 1921. Reason for disorganizing the Stock Company April 19, 1921 #52 Stockholders Meeting April 23, 1920 #53 Buying back Samuel Seeds' stock in the Military Academy Stock Co. 1919 #54 Pennsylvania Military Academy Stock Company Bond Transaction, 1920 #55 Correspondence to Richard Wetherill Concerning request for loan by Military Academy Stock Company, 1924 #56 To Mr. Richard Wetherill - note [concerning] reduction [of] payments, 1920 #57 To Mr. Richard Wetherill. Financial condition of operating company, 1922 #58 Claim for exemption of taxes. Military Academy Stock Company, 1923 #59 Discussion of filing Affiliated Corporations Questionnaire with Treasury Department, 1921 - 1922. Military Academy Stock Company #60 Referring to City Taxes #60B Some figures on Stadium, 1926 #61 Delaware County Trust Co. taxes on Pennsylvania Military Stock Co. and Insurance #62 Supplemental 1926 Capital Stock report. Military Academy Company #63 Tentative Report, 1927. Capital Stock report of the Military Stock Company #64 Many replies from former graduates in favor and disagreements from former graduates [regarding centennial book] #65 1925 Capital Stock Report of the Military Academy Stock Company #66 Tentative Report - 1927. Capital Stock Report of Military College Company #67 1924 Capital stock Report of the Military Academy. #68 1924 Capital Stock Report of the Military College #69 Military College Co. Income Statement of Assets and Liabilities. 1927 #70 Tentative report. 1927 Capital Stock report of the Military College Company. #71 1920. Capital Stock report of the Military College #72 1921 Capital Stock report of the Military College #73 Corporation income tax return for calendar year 1922 #74 Capital Stock Report of the Military College Company 1930 #75 Capital Stock Report of the Military Academy Stock Company 1930 #76 Honorary Degrees - Commencement of P.M.C. 1925, Acceptance and Refusals #77 Criticism on Collegiate standings by Albert H. Atterbury, 1925 #78 Data on P.M.C. participation in the Sesquicentennial. Philadelphia, 1926 #79 Settlements by U.S. treasury for accidents at P.M.C. 1923 #80 Plea by Colonel Hyatt and other alumni to publicize high standards of school. Also, correspondence between Randolph R. Pollock and Col. Starr #81 Attitude on Football for 1925 Alumni Relations #82 Early Steps towards accrediting. Improvement in education. Getting more courses for P.M.C. and criticism #83 Correspondence with Foreign Patrons #84 Repair of buildings 1920 to 1922. Unsatisfactory work. #85 Accidents of P.M.C. affecting alumni relations #86 Private School versus Public School Law #86B War Department Government Bond #87 Requirements for Admission of Freshmen [accreditation request] #88 Tax Reports Auditor General of Pennsylvania #89 Permits for moving ammunition. Correspondence with Major Leo A. Luttringer
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