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.
Development Office, photo albums from Don Boyd's office.
Album of Chalmer Kirkbride, at the PMC Colleges' Engineering Anniversary Lunch, Kirkbride awarded Engineering Centennial Medal, 1970. Includes pictures of Mrs. Moll, Dr. Grasselli, Mrs. Kirkbride, Chairman Sharples, President Moll, Dr. Kirkbride, Dean Murphy.
Aerial views of campus, 1942, dormitory complexes, MacMorland Center, Computer Center, Engineering Lab, Lord Snow, Bob Hope, and Chairman Sharples.
General pictures of campus life, dorm pictures.
Dedication ceremonies of Kirkbride Hall, 1965, includes pictures of Dr. Kirkbride, Dr. Clarence Thayer, Dr. Moll, General Biddle, Chariman Sharples, Battery Robinette and Pershing Rifles.
Pictures of chemistry and engineering laboratories.
Development Office materials.
Photograph album of buildings on campus and PMC Cadets marching, used in fundraising for Kirkbride Hall.
Photographs used in fundraising for Schwartz Physical Education Center.
Photograph album of buildings on campus in 1979. Includes color pictures of places no longer on the campus, including the Widener College Gate, the old stadium, the old fraternity houses, and the Dyer Hall that was demolished to make room for University Center.
Photographs of former trustees, including Julius Erving, Thomas Valent, Linda Brawner, H. James Conaway, Jr., Kim Patrick Buchanan, Mr. Chappell, Frank J. Kugler, Jr., John. Vartan, Terry McKissick, Blair Law, John Babett, William Quillen, Henry Bissell, Mrs. Bone, Louis Kapelski, Joseph Boettner, Salvatere Giordano, Constance Clayton.
Collection of photographs and information on Alumn Allen M Hiller. Photos also include unamed cadets, a photo of Frank Lybly, Gen. Logan and a photo of the band
Items were donated by Linda Moore from Hillsdale College.
These materials are located in the Wolfgram Cloud under "Hiller_Allan_M_1863_1864"
The History of the Aydelott Family in the United States (Note: also spelled Aydelotte by some family members), Zadoc Aydelotte (attended Delaware Military Academy); Albert Atterbury; Truxton Beale; Bill Burton; Robert Chinquina; St. George Henry Cooke, including a photograph of him in his PMC Uniform donated by Miriam Syler; Patricia Cooney; Henry C. Davis; John Geoghegan (Jack) - correspondence of his wife and daughter (Barbara Johns and Camille Anne Geoghegan) with Neil Koch on his legacy and Koch's work with orphanages; Robert W. Gunnell; Ted Locke; Frederick E. Powell; William L. Rice; Henry C. Robinett - "Battery" Robinett, pictures, clippings, memos (Note: although the family name Robinett is sometimes spelled Robinette, the spelling for Henry C. Robinett as found in the United States Army Official Records is without the final "e".); Emanuel Sacks; A. Carson Simpson; Clarence T. Starr; William E. Stubbs; Robert T. Tumbelston; Walter Washabaugh; Charles Webb; C. Edwin Webb; George Webb; Informational letter about 1920 Alumni Dinner; Photographs of Alumni Lunch, 1950 (approximately); Instructions for Broom Drill. Frederick Humphreys.
Allen, Samuel J.; Carter, R. Kelso (includes copy of his hymn "Standing on the Promises"); Irons, David, pentathlete; Johnson, Billy "White Shoes", includes photographs; Laufer, John; Orlowski, Leo; Riddle, Samuel; Stern, Bill; Taylor, H. Birchard; Thomason, Henry D.; Pappas, Harry P.; "The Taste of Ashes" - the autobiography of Bill Stern. alumnus, and also article about the TV show "This is Your Life" that featured Bill Stern; Johnson, Charles - "One Hundred and One Most Loved Hymns"; McHenry, E.H.; Sweney, John R. (sometimes spelled incorrected as John Sweeney or John Sweeny); Burke, George class of 1935; Obituary for Judge William J. Nelson, class of 1963.
Biography of John Sweney written by Evangelist Ken Lynch.
James Clarkson Gillmore (1869-1871)