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Clippings & Documents.

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Category
Campus Life
Group
Student Life
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 13 PMC Museum
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student Life
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 13 PMC Museum
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Materials donated to the archives by the PMC Museum. Materials originally donated by Dr. Moll. Folder #1 - PMC Alumnus, summer 1964. Folder #2 - Drawings of proposed dorms, 1926; Campus Architectural Survey, 1927. Folder #3 - Inauguration Program and Testimonial Dinner Program for Edward MacMorland; Building dedication brochure for Howell Dormitory; Invitation to Inauguration for Dr. Moll; Mid-year literary exercises, 1945; 3 brochures for Pennsylvania Military College. Folder #4 - Commencement Programs and related documents: 1922, 1923, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1934, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1963. Folder #5 - Correspondence with the Pain's Fireworks Company. Folder #6 - Miscellaneous papers including faculty handbook; PMC News, March and June 1949; article about PMC in the Philadelphia Inquirer, March 2, 1947; Adjutants Orders, 1879; Sound Off, 1946.
Physical Condition
Fragile
Subject Access
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
Student Life
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Final Commencement of Cadet Corps

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Date Range
1972
Category
Commencement
Group
Military Legacy
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 246.2
Date Range
1972
Category
Commencement
Group
Military Legacy
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 246.2
Format
Pamphlets
Papers
Photographs
Scope and Content
Picture of Last Call to Colors, Pennsylvania Military College Corps of Cadets; Newspaper article listing final graduating class; Impact article about final Cadet Corps Commencement 1972; issue of Impact describing history of the change to a civilian college 1972
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Commencement
Commencement - Photographs
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
Cadet Corps - Disbandment
Discontinuation of Programs
Student Life - Final Cadet Corps
Student Life - Final Cadet Corps - Photographs
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Frank Hyatt Correspondence Scrapbook

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Date Range
1930 - 1940
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 320
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Date Range
1930 - 1940
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Office of the President
Series
President Frank Hyatt Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 320
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
Scrapbook that includes articles and also correspondence both to and from Frank Hyatt. Contents include: sports articles; a letter to President Hoover from Frank Hyatt in regards to General Butler; a memo from Hoover's secretary, Lawrence Richey, to Frank Hyatt; a letter and response to and from the Royal Italian Ambassador; correspondence with various divisions of the White House; letter to Frank Hyatt from New York Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt; 1932 article announcing awarding of Honorary Degree to J. Edgar Hoover, 1936.
Physical Condition
Very Fragile.
Subject Access
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
Office of the President - President Frank Hyatt Papers
Athletics - Clippings
Honorary Degree Recipients
Scrapbooks
URL Notes
a variety of historical scrapbooks, including the one by Frank Hyatt. After viewing the scrapbook, you will need to click on your web browser's "Back" button numerous times to return to this screen.
Websites
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Date Range
1959 - 1960
Category
Campus Life
Group
Scrapbooks
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 355
Date Range
1959 - 1960
Category
Campus Life
Group
Scrapbooks
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 355
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
Scrapbook of clippings about students, alumni, and events at Pennsylvania Military College.
Physical Condition
Fragile
Subject Access
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
Student Life - Scrapbooks
Scrapbooks
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Date Range
1963 - 1964
Category
Campus Life
Group
Scrapbooks
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 356
Date Range
1963 - 1964
Category
Campus Life
Group
Scrapbooks
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 356
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
1. Black Scrapbook, 1963, includes clippings of students, alumni and campus events. 2. Blue Scrapbook, 1964, includes clippings of students, alumni and campus events. 3. Brown Scrapbook, 1964, includes primarily clippings about Presidential candidate Barry Goldwater and his commencement address at Pennsylvania Military College.
Subject Access
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
Commencement - Addresses
Honorary Degree Recipients
Scrapbooks
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George Raymond Papers.

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Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 7 Raymond Papers
Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 7 Raymond Papers
Format
Pamphlets
Papers
Photographs
Scope and Content
The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Clipping that shows Raymond with the committee to reorganize the VCAA. Raymond Correspondence Brotherhood Banquet Program, 1973 Document titled “Civil Rights in Chester: A Descriptive Study, by Elaine J. Smith
Subject Access
Histories - Published
Histories - Unpublished
Chester - History
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
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George Raymond Papers.

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Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 9 Raymond Papers
Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 9 Raymond Papers
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Newspaper Clippings about Civil Rights in Chester, largely from the Delaware County Times, many from the 1960s. Several articles about President Truman and the NAACP. Article by John McLarnon titled “ 'Old Scratchead' Reconsidered: George Raymond & Civil Rights in Chester, Pennsylvania." [Not found in original Raymond’s papers. Added to this collection to provide biographical information about Raymond.]
Subject Access
Histories - Published
Histories - Unpublished
Chester - History
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
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George Raymond Papers.

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Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 2 Raymond Papers
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Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 2 Raymond Papers
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Various Newspaper Clippings, including the following topics: Race relations, 1948; Protests at Douglas Junior High School; Chester Employment; Chester Father-Son Banquet where Raymond was the speaker; Among Our Colored Citizens—Social Events of the Black Community; Boys Club and YMCA; George Raymond; Chester NAACP; Delaware County housing; National NAACP; Miscellaneous.
Subject Access
Histories - Published
Histories - Unpublished
Chester - History
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
URL Notes
the George Raymond papers, including these clippings. After viewing the George Raymond papers, you will need to click on your web browser's "Back" button numerous times to return to this screen.
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George Raymond Papers.

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Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 10 Raymond Papers
Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 10 Raymond Papers
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1960s. This box includes: Issues of “The Crisis” Magazine, 1955; 1963; 1977 Delaware County Profile on Government Progressive Magazine 1960 Report from the US Department of Labor on “The Negro Family” Various publications and pamphlets NAACP Membership Report Papers Newspaper Clippings concerning 51st NAACP Convention, 1960 “Reply of Complaints to Answer of Frederick Douglas, President of the Chester Branch, NAACP”, 1966. Written to Chairman of Branches, National NAACP Passenger Instruction Sheet for passengers from New York to Washington, DC for Demonstration in 1983.
Subject Access
Histories - Published
Histories - Unpublished
Chester - History
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
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George Raymond Papers.

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Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 11 Raymond Papers
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Category
Histories
Group
George Raymond Papers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 11 Raymond Papers
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The George Raymond Papers were donated to the Widener University Archives by the George Raymond Family. George Raymond was President of the Chester Branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for nearly 25 years, from the 1940s to the 1980s. This box includes: Scrapbook of clippings and photographs that chronicle the Chester Civil Rights movement during the 1950s and 1960s. Excerpt from “Ruling Suburbia” by John McLarnon Delaware County Yearbook 1964 “Politics and Prejudice” by Richard Harris NAAP Constitution and By-Laws for Branches 1956 Esquire Magazine’s 1945 Jazz Book Photograph of John Kennedy and his family Materials donated later by the George Raymond family include: NAACP Chester Branch 100th Anniversary Booklet, also called a Souvenir Booklet, that was created for the annual dinner of the Chester Brand of the NAACP. Booklet created for the 101st annual dinner of the Chester Branch of the NAACP Booklet created for the 102nd annual dinner of the Chester Branch of the NAACP at which Widener University Archivists Jan Alexander and Jill Borin received the George T. Raymond Freedom Award for their work in preserving and digitizing the George Raymond papers. Article about Jan Alexander and Jill Borin receiving this award. The Widener archives also received the Leedom B. Morrison Award from the Heritage Commission of Delaware County for the George Raymond Papers project. Includes ticket to the dinner. NAACP Constitution, 2005 Materials from the reception in 2009 at Widener to honor the Raymond Family and also to formally announce the availability of the George Raymond Papers as an historical resource. Includes a CD of pictures taken at the reception.
Subject Access
Histories - Published
Histories - Unpublished
Chester - History
Scrapbooks
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Clippings - People, Activities, Events
URL Notes
the George Raymond papers, including this scrapbook. After viewing the George Raymond papers, you will need to click on your web browser's "Back" button numerous times to return to this screen.
Websites
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