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.
Two maps of Campus Development including drawings of proposed square, library building mid 1960s
An aerial view of Chester including the campus, mid 1960s
Pen and ink drawings in black and white, and color of the main campus circa 2000. One includes a pen and ink drawing of the Harrisburg campus showing where the buildings are located
(Note: The name of Brandywine Junior College had changed to Brandywine College by the fall of 1969. The 1968-1969 Course Catalog has Brandywine Junior College on it, while the 1969-1970 yearbook has Brandywine College on it.)
The following are stored in the flat storage cabinet:
Kling and Associates' architectural drawings of Wolfgram Memorial Library.
Architectural drawings for Kapelski Learning Center.
Architectural drawings for the Brandywine College Academic Center.
Architectural drawings for the Widener University School of Law, Delaware Campus, Law Library: Additions and Renovations 1997.
2 framed aerial photos of campus, no dates
Kapelski Learning Center architectural drawings
Architectural Drawings of the Carriage House and the Billie Kirkbride House. The Carriage House, which was on the Richard Wetherill Estate, was torn down in 2001 to make room for the Business Administration Building. The Billie Kirkbride house was the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Kirkbride. It presently serves as the house of the Widener University President.
Architectural Drawings of Bible Presbyterian Church at 13th and Potter Streets. Also drawings of the light fixtures in the building. (The building became Lathem Hall after Widener University purchased it.)