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Aerial Photographs, Postcards & Building Drawings

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Category
Buildings
Institution
Pennsylvania Military Academy
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 103.2
Category
Buildings
Institution
Pennsylvania Military Academy
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 103.2
Format
Photographs
Drawings
Scope and Content
Aerial photographs of the Chester Campus from the 1930s with many additional years. Slides of aerial views, 1994 Chester, and Chester and Delaware 1998. Includes folder of photographs used in Aerial Views of Campus Web exhibit, including one of calvary marching in front of Old Main. Postcard entitled "Penna. Military College, Chester P.A. donated by Rebecca Warda. Postcard collection of buildings on campus donated by Rebecca Warda. Sepia drawings of the following buildings: Building and 9th and Tatnall Streets, Wilmington, Delaware, that housed the Bullock School, the Alsop School, Hyatt's School for Boys and the Delaware Military Academy The Bolmar Building in West Chester, Pennsylvania, that housed the Chester County Military Academy and the Pennsylvania Military Academy The Crozer Building in Upland, PA, that housed the Pennsylvania Military Academy Old Main, in Chester (before the fire) that housed the Pennsylvania Military Academy Color photographs of a variety of buildings on campus taken in 2000. History and chronology of buildings on campus. Architectual drawing of Alumni Auditorium (with email from Jim Tevebaugh to Harris.
Subject Access
Buildings - Photographs
Campus - Aerial Views - Photographs
Postcards
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Date Range
1978 - 2004
Category
Exhibits
Group
Cultural Affairs
Series
Art
Institution
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 372
Date Range
1978 - 2004
Category
Exhibits
Group
Cultural Affairs
Series
Art
Institution
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 372
Format
Papers
Photographs
Scope and Content
Information about and photograph of the "W" Sculpture, as well as biographical information on Phil Berman, donor Clippings about art exhibits on campus. Brochures announcing Art Exhibits in Art Gallery. Includes copies of the catalog for the exhibit "Andrew Turner: Things Past, Yet Present, a Retrospective". Also includes program from Titanic Exhibit in 2012. Note cards sold by the Art Gallery circa 2004. List of outdoor sculpture on campus. Information about Carl Lindborg, artist who painted the mural in former PMC Memorial Library. Information about the F. Eugene Dixon portrait. P.A.B. Widener donates painting to Art Museum. Dedication of Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society Sculpture, 1993. Photographs of various sculptures on campus, including the duuble disk, fractured column, benches, etc. Chronology of Widener University Art Collection, including the following dates: Faith Paulette Dreher, Director of Collection from 1978 to 1979. At that time, the Arts Center was located in what is now (2000) the Admissions Building. Collection moved to Alfred Deshong Memorial Museum in October 1979. Anne Butera, director from January 1980 to June 1982. Deshong Collection displayed from July 1982 to October 1983 in Deshong Museum. Collection moved out of Deshong Museum and into storage in October 1983. Deshong Collection awarded to Widener on July 19, 1984. Widener University Art Museum opened at 1300 Potter Street in October 1984. Deshong Collection moved into 1300 Potter Street in March 1985. December 17, 1986, Pennsylvania Supreme Court denied petition for allowance of appeal filed by Delaware County Political Welfare Rights Organization. Collection moved from 1300 Pottery Street May 1997. Widener University Art Collection and Gallery opened in University Center in September 1997. Documents relating to the history of the building at 1300 Potter Street, formerly the University Art Museum. A catalog to the Alfred O. Deshong Collection at the Widener University Art Gallery. Note: The Widener University Art Museum became the Widener University Art Gallery when it moved to the new University Center in 1997. Box includes papers about the art collection and Art Gallery.
Subject Access
Cultural Affairs
Art - Donors
Art Exhibits
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Date Range
1969 - 1988
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 465
Date Range
1969 - 1988
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 465
Format
Photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the following sports: Pennsylvania Military College Basketball Widener Basketball - picture of Lou Stephens, all time leading scorer 1984 - 1988 Pennsylvania Military College Baseball Widener Baseball Widener Football 1978 & 1979, including Bill Manlove with keys and car at Luke Motors 1969 - 1970 picture of Coach Bill Manlove with Dr. Moll PMC Colleges Football - undated circa 1971 Widener Football - undated Widener Football Championship team 1977 Pennsylvania Military College Football, including photograph of cadets at Boardwalk Bowl in Atlantic City - undated Lacrosse Tennis Pennsylvania Military College Soccer Widener Soccer Pennsylvania Military College Track and Field Widener Track and Field (1977), includes Debbie Smuda doing the long jump Widener Wrestling
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Athletics (see also name of individual sport)
Athletics - Awards
Football
Football - Championship Teams
Basketball
Baseball
Track and Field
Soccer
Wrestling
Lacrosse
Photographs
Less detail
Date Range
1965 - 2000
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 37
Date Range
1965 - 2000
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 37
Format
Pamphlets
Papers
Photographs
Scope and Content
1965 - 1968, 1977 newspaper articles about Pennsylvania Military College and PMC College (general) sports; Track - photos, articles, 1967 - 1968, press release, 1960 and 1963 prospects, 1984 Widener University program; Baseball - 1985 Widener University program, photos, Pennsylvania Military Academy 1891, PMC Colleges, Widener College, 1958 - 1959 prospects; Basketball - photos of Pennsylvania Military College teams, 1953, 1956, 1983 - 1984, 1984 - 1985 program books; Page from newspaper expressing thanks from Philadelphia Eagles to Widener College for summer training camp 1973. Youth Football Day Camp, June 28 - July 1, 1999 and July 17 - 20, 2000. Widener University Pioneers.
Subject Access
Athletics (see also name of individual sport)
Athletics - General
Athletics - Philadelphia Eagles
Athletics - Photographs
Baseball
Basketball
Football
Track and Field
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Date Range
1901 - 1981
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 45
Date Range
1901 - 1981
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 45
Format
Papers
Photographs
Scope and Content
Football Awards - 1969 Centennial Award, 1981 John Wannamaker Award, 1981 Resolution for outstanding performance, 1981 NCAA Division III Championship, 1982 Certificate of membership for the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame; The [Philadelphia] Press November 10, 1918 - featuring cartoon of 1918 Pennsylvania Military College Football team; 1934 Football Press Release; Memos - Football trip to West Point, from other college football coaches; Photographs - 1901 Football team and action shots, 1965 Football, 1972 Cheerleaders, various athletics including Tennis, Lacrosse, Baseball, Basketball (many undated); Invitation to 1935 Armistice Weekend Football game; Correspondences - 1938 to William H. Nicholls, Jr. (Polo coach) about first annual Athletic Banquet, 1915 to Colonel C. E. Hyatt from John Henderson; rough copy of pages for NCAA Program (undated). 1958 Annual Athletic Banquet programs. List of Widener Football Captains and Letter winners; photograph of Boardwalk Bowl. Photograph of President MacMorland at his desk holding a football. Women's basketball newspaper articles.
Physical Condition
Very Fragile
Subject Access
Athletics (see also name of individual sport)
Athletics - Awards
Football
Football - Championship Teams
Less detail
Date Range
1958 - 1979
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Location
Box 92
Date Range
1958 - 1979
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Location
Box 92
Format
Photographs
Scope and Content
Various Team Photos - 1958 Football team, 1962 Football team, 1966 - 1967 Baseball team, 1967 Track, 1969 - 1970 Basketball, 1979 Football team; undated indoor sports - Swimming, Wrestling, Basketball; undated outdoor sports - Baseball, Lacrosse, Tennis, Soccer, Track; undated photos of various Football games; various undated photos of military training; negatives of the swimming pool, Lacrosse team, dormitories all undated.
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Athletics - Photographs
Baseball - Photographs
Basketball - Photographs
Football - Photographs
Lacrosse - Photographs
Soccer - Photographs
Swimming - Photographs
Tennis - Photographs
Wrestling - Photographs
Military Training - Photographs
Student Life - Photographs
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Athletics - Coaches

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Date Range
1972 - 1996
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Location
Box 33
Date Range
1972 - 1996
Category
Athletic Programs
Group
Athletics
Institution
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Location
Box 33
Format
Papers
Photographs
Scope and Content
Pictures of Pauxtis Si and Tim Judd - former coaches of PMC Colleges; Pictures and articles of Ed Lawless; Photos, articles, and resume of Harold Sveinbjornsson; Miscellaneous pictures. Head Coach Bill Cubit photo from 1996 yearbook, page 92. C. Alan Rowe, head basketball coach; James Boyle, assistant basketball coach photo from yearbook 1972, page 98. Harry C. Durney, Jr., wrestling coach photo from 1972 yearbook, page 105.
Subject Access
Athletics - Coaches
Football
Athletics - Awards
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Date Range
1926 - 1994
Category
Buildings
Group
Memorial Stadium
Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 230
Date Range
1926 - 1994
Category
Buildings
Group
Memorial Stadium
Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 230
Format
Papers
Photographs
Audiovisual Materials
Scope and Content
Pictures of demolition of Memorial Stadium; newspaper article about Memorial Stadium 1993; program from last football game played at Memorial Stadium; pictures of dedication of Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium, including pictures of F. Eugene Dixon, Leslie Quick, and Billy "White Shoes" Johnson 1994; Picture of President Bruce, Leslie Quick, and Fitz Dixon at dedication. Includes photographs of Dixon at dedication given to the Archives by the Office of President James Harris. Articles from Chester Times, October 1, 1926 regarding opening of the Memorial Stadium. Football from the Secretary of War was dropped from an airplane onto the gridiron. Game report of first game, October 4, 1926 in the Memorial Stadium. Articles about and program from the last game played in Memorial Stadium, donated by Bill Bossert. Videotapes of: last game at Memorial Stadium, 1993, between Widener Univeresity and Lebanon Valley. Dedication Ceremony and first game played at Leslie C. Quick, Jr. Stadium, 1994 (named in honor of Leslie Quick) between Widener University and Albright.
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Stadium - Memorial
Stadium - Leslie C. Quick, Jr.
Athletics - Clippings
Alumni - Biographical Information - Billy "White Shoes" Johnson
Dixon, Fitz (also referred to as Fitz Eugene Dixon, Jr. or just Fitz Dixon)
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Date Range
1997
Category
Buildings
Institution
Pennsylvania Military Academy
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 103.1
Date Range
1997
Category
Buildings
Institution
Pennsylvania Military Academy
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 103.1
Format
Photographs
Scope and Content
This box includes the following: A folder of photographs used on Web in Buildings Exhibit. Also includes: Graduate Studies and Development, 1997; Hanna Hall; Harrisburg Campus Buildings; Hyatt Hall; Hyatt Observatory; Hyatt Select School for Boys building in Delaware at 9th and Tatnall Streets (no longer exists); Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, 1997; International Student Services, 1997; Kapelski Learning Center; Kirkbride Hall (interior and exterior photos), including construction of new addition completed in 2006 that has an Observatory Dome; Billie Kirkbride House; Lathem Hall (including photographs and negatives given to the archives by the Office of President James Harris); Lipka Hall; Loveland Hall; MacMorland Center; Manor House; Old Main and Annex; PMC Memorial Library (includes folder of blue prints and architectural drawings); Schwartz Center; Sparrow Hall, once the home of Project Prepare (torn down circa 2000); Sproul House; Student Health Services, 1997; Surplus Barracks; Theatre Widener building; Urban Renewal Demolition; VIctory Hall; Webb Hall; Wilson House (at Potter and 13th Streets) which housed the Art Museum from the 1980s to the late 1990s and then was converted into a Sorority House; Wolfgram Memorial Library, includes photograph of the Book Walk. Box also includes miscellaneous photographs of the campus in general, and of building interiors. Note: Webb Hall was a former dormitory. This name was used on another building on campus that was used as faculty offices. This newer Webb Hall was torn down in 1997 to make room for University Center. The Webb Hall folder includes a history of the building. Unidentified buildings. Additional photographs include: Chester High School The Vulcan Works The Car Barn of the Chester Traction Company Cambridge Trust Company Old Main of Pennsylvania Military College
Notes
The photographs in this box have been digitized and can be found in the Wolfgram Cloud.
Subject Access
Buildings - Photographs
Graduate Studies and Development Office - Photographs
Hyatt Hall - Photographs
Hyatt's Select School for Boys (Wilmington)
Hyatt Observatory - Photographs
Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology - Photographs
International Student Services - Photographs
Kapelski Learning Center - Photographs
Kirkbride Hall - Photographs
Billie Kirkbride House - Photographs
Lathem Hall - Photographs
Loveland Hall - Photographs
MacMorland Center - Photographs
Manor House - Photographs
Old Main Building - Photographs
Pennsylvania Military College Memorial Library - Photographs
Schwartz Center - Photographs
Sproul House - Photographs
Student Health Services - Photographs
Surplus Barracks - Photographs
Urban Renewal Demolition - Photographs
Victory Hall - Photographs
Webb Hall - Photographs
Wilson House
Wolfgram Memorial Library - Photographs
Pennsylvania Military College Memorial Library
Pennsylvania Military College Memorial Library - Architectural Drawings and Specifications
Pennsylvania Military College Memorial Library - Floor Plans
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Category
Buildings
Institution
Pennsylvania Military Academy
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 103
Category
Buildings
Institution
Pennsylvania Military Academy
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Box 103
Format
Photographs
Scope and Content
The box includes photographs of: A small selection of slides including the following buildings: Cottee Hall, Howell, Cottee, Cann, Muller, Dixon, Wilson (former Art Museum), Fraternity House, Webb, Manor, Lathem, Old Main with yellow flowers, Academic Center North, Library with flowers. Photographs of the following buildings: Academic Support Services (1997), Academic Center North, Admissions Office, Alumni Auditorium; Alumni House (1997), Alsop House and Bullock House, Armory; Barracks (picture of construction of in 1945); former Biology Building; Bolmar School Building, West Chester, PA, home of PMA from 1862 to 1865; Bruce Hall; Cannon, The (military cannon); Cannon with dog in front of Old Main; C.A.P.S., 1997, Career Advising and Placement Office, (Victory House); The Castle; Chemistry Building - Old Main Annex; Center for Social Work, 1997; The Carriage House; Chester Rural Cemetery with graves of the Hyatt Family, including Charles Hyatt, Theodore Hyatt, and Frank Hyatt and some of their family; The Carriage House, (Commuter Center), 1997; Cottee Hall; Counseling Center; Crozer Building, Upland; Delaware Campus Buildings including Law Library and Polishook Hall; DeShong Art Museum in Chester; Dyer Annex; Dyer Hall; Engineering Building used between 1947 and 1964, before Kirkbride Hall was built; Engineering Laboratories (labs) under the football stadium; Fraternity and Sorority Houses. Folder with photographs of campus buildings and structures circa. 2000, including: Hyatt Observatory Armory Student Health Services Admissions/Registrar Hyatt Hall Web Hall Alsop and Bullock Houses Fraternity Houses: Art Museum Lathem Hall Cannon Castle Manor Academic Support Services Graduate Studies/Programs Development Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology Commuter Carriage House Alumni House Loveland Hall Victory Hall/Career Advising and Placement Services Psychological Services Center Center for Social Work Education International Student Services Lipka Hall Boettner Hall North Dixon Hall South Sparrow Hall Theatre Widener (Crozer Hall) Widener Courts Dixon Hall North Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honors Society) Sumo VII Series – Kirkbride Hall Double Disk – Academic Center North Moll Hall Sharples Hall Carolyn Helms Kapelski Hall Hanna Hall Thayer Hall Cann Hall Howell Hall Turrell Hall University Center Vertical Form 92-5 – Near Kapelski Learning Center Bench I - Near Kapelski Learning Center Fractured Column - Near Kapelski Learning Center Andorn Plaque Bench II – Near Library Widener W Boettner Hall South Wolfgram Memorial Library Robert J Bruce Graduate Center – Bruce and Cottee Halls Harrisburg Campus: Side Bar Cafe School of Law
Notes
The photographs in this box have been digitized and can be found in the Wolfgram Cloud under Buildings & Interiors.
Subject Access
Buildings - Photographs
Academic Support Services - Photographs
Admissions Office - Photographs (see also Pennsylvania Military College Memorial Library - Photographs )
Alumni Auditorium - Photographs
Alumni House - Photographs
Alsop House and Bullock House - Photographs
Armory - Photographs
Barracks, The
Biology Building (former)
Bolmar Building (West Chester)
Cannon, The - Photographs
Castle, The - Photographs
Chemistry Building - Old Main Annex - Photographs
Center For Social Work - Photographs
Carriage House - Commuter Center - Photographs
Counseling Center - Photographs
Crozer Building, Upland
Deshong Art Museum
Dyer Hall - Photographs
Engineering Building 1947-1964
Enrollment Reports
Fraternity and Sorority Houses - Photographs
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