Skip header and navigation

10 records – page 1 of 1.

Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Wyman
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
After Many Years
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Wyman
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
"After Many Years" is a novel by L.P. Wyman that is about two Pennsylvania Military Academy cadets who meet on a battlefield during the Civil war.
Physical Condition
Good
Creator
Wyman, L.P.
Subject Access
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Less detail

Beneath the Dome Of PMC: The Story of Pennsylvania. Military College, 1821 - 1972.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions566
Date Range
1996
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Beneath the Dome of PMC
Date Range
1996
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
Beneath the Dome of PMC: 1821 - 1972
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Beneath the Dome of PMC
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
History of Pennsylvania Military College from 1821 to 1972. It includes over 200 historical photographs. This book can also be found by searching WebPAC, the Widener University Library Search Catalog
Physical Condition
Good
Creator
Valentine DelVecchio
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
Less detail

Chester, Images of America Series.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2231
Date Range
2004
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Chester Historical Preservation Committee
Date Range
2004
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
Chester, Images of America Series
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Chester Historical Preservation Committee
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
This book is a photographic history of Chester, Pennsylvania. In the chapter on Education in Chester there are pictures of Pennsylvania Military College.
Physical Condition
Good
Creator
Chester Historical Preservation Committee
Subject Access
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military Academy
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Less detail

A History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 - 1954.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions4
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.
Websites
Less detail

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

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions3127
Date Range
1955
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Moll, photocopy
  1 website  
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
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.
Websites
Less detail

Pennsylvania Military College

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions268
Date Range
1941 - 1971
Category
Campus Life
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 227
Date Range
1941 - 1971
Category
Campus Life
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Box 227
Format
Articles
Scope and Content
Magazine articles about Pennsylvania Military College, including: "Pennsylvania Military College Today" by Frank Hyatt - in National Public Affairs Magazine, December 1948 - January 1949 (Includes cover picture of Frank Hyatt and General Hoyt Vandenberg); "The Rifleman", an article about Company Q-5 of the Pershing Rifles at Pennsylvania Military College in the Sunday Bulletin Magazine Section, March 15, 1964 (includes pictures); "Stern Eulogizes P.M.C. Heroes", an article about a 15 minutes broadcast by Bill Stern which described Pennsylvania Military College Graduates who died during active duty in the Armed Forces - National Public Affairs Magazine February, 1944 (includes pictures) "Prom Weekend, We Go to Spring Hop at Pennsylvania Military College", an article in Seventeen Magazine, April 1955 (includes pictures). Several issues of the Seventeen Magazine that include this article. Program from Pennsylvania Military College fashion show sponsored by Seventeen Magazine at Strawbridge and Clothier Department Store, April 1955. Chester Times article about PMC Cadets in World War Two, 1944. Article from "A History of Delaware County And Its People". Article entitled "P.M.C. Honors Six at 120th Commencement" in The Delaware County Advocate, July 1941. Includes photographs of honorary degree recipients (including Cornelius McGillicuddy, baseball's Connie Mack); Polo Match; Broom Drill; Cadets in Formation. Copy of the March, 1939 Advocate that includes an article about the PMC Ball with numerous pictures. Delaware County Today publication from 1966, includes article about Pennsylvania Military College. Article titled "Seeing the Other Side" in Soldiers Magazine, October 1971, that discusses student life at PMC Colleges where students and cadet share classes with each other and often have different opinions on a variety of topics. Explanation of article that was in Seventeen Magazine. 1959 Chester Times article "New Golden Rule of Fashion is Key to Wardrobe Choices for Campus" donated by Mike Harrison, Class of 1961 (in photo)
Physical Condition
Fragile
Subject Access
Alumni - Combat Duty
Pershing Riflemen
Student Life
Office of the President - President Frank Hyatt Papers
Campus Life
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Alumni - Biographical Information - Bill Stern
Less detail

Pennsylvania Military College: The Story of One Hundred Years 1821 - 1921. By Henry Buxton.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions527
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Pennsylvania Military College: The Story of One Hundred Years
  1 website  
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.
Websites
Less detail
Date Range
2005
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Fagiani
Date Range
2005
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
Rooks
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Fagiani
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
"Rooks" is a book of poetry written by alumni Gil Fagiani (class of 1967) that describes his experiences as a first year cadet at Pennsylvania Military College.
Physical Condition
Good
Creator
Fagiani, Gil
Subject Access
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Less detail
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Eaton
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
Soldier Boy
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Eaton
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
"Soldier Boy" is a book written by Roy Eaton that includes information about his time as a cadet at Pennsylvania Military College.
Physical Condition
Good
Creator
Eaton, Roy
Subject Access
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Less detail

Widener College - Minimizing Conflict in Accomplishing Change.

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions5
Date Range
1977
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Institution
Widener College
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Minimizing Conflict in Accomplishing Change
Date Range
1977
Category
Histories
Group
Published Histories
Item
Book: "Minimizing Conflict in Accomplishing Change"
Institution
Widener College
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Histories Shelf - Minimizing Conflict in Accomplishing Change
Format
Bound Volumes
Scope and Content
Dissertation written by John David Norton in 1977. Concentrates on changes in the institution between two decades, 1954 to 1975. This book can also be found by searching WebPAC, the Widener University Library Search Catalog.
Physical Condition
Excellent
Creator
John David Norton
Subject Access
Histories - Published - Pennsylvania Military College
Histories - Published - PMC Colleges (Penn Morton and Cadet Corps)
Histories - Published - Widener College
Less detail

10 records – page 1 of 1.