Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletins, May 1961 - May 1962. Alumni magazines include articles about Administration, Faculty, Buildings, Students, and Alumni. This is the Alumni Magazine for PMC.
Bound volumes of the Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin, 1955 - 1965. (Bound volume is labeled The PMC Alumnus). Alumni magazines include articles about Alumni, Administration, Faculty, Buildings, Students, etc. This is the alumni magazine for PMC.
PMC Alumnus Index, 1955-1965.
Directory, PMC Alumni Association, 1969-1970.
Carl Schaubel, adjutant, polo coach, including copy of his book, "Once In A Lifetime", (Note: he married Ruth Schaubel, who was a former Miss America. Carl Schaubel is frequently referred to by his nickname Jim Schaubel.) 1937 Sabre and Sash Yearbook with name "Capt. Carl A. Schaubel" in gold letters on front cover.
Frank Wood is mentioned in the book, "First in Flight: The Wright Brothers in North Carolina", by Stephen Kirk, 1995. Frank Wood claims he helped the Wright Brothers in their first flight. He worked with Cecile B. DeMille, and was a Hollywood producer, ghosted articles, and was a writer.
William Henry Egle, Civil War surgeon.
Sylvanus Griswold Morley, Mayan Civilization Expert. Article from Delaware County Daily Times about his work as a spy during World War I; copy of photo of his family.
Frederick E. Humphreys, first military pilot.
Thomas Leet, administrator of Chester Hospital, PMC Class of 1917.
Bill Kester: Copy of Photograph of Bill Kester, PMC Class of 1962.
John Passarella, author, class of 1983.
Arthur Ginsburg. Class of 1969. Founder and President of Vision Sciences Research Corporation. Patented the first practical contrast sensitivity vision test chart.
DeSales Glover, Aerial Gunner at age 14 during World War II. Came to PMC in 1945.
Frank Wood photos, documents
Brown, W. Harry; Hershey, Dr. Edgar P.; Huntt, Albert F.; Kelly, Jack; Lees, James J.; Littman, Arthur - became a director; Loveland, John W.; Mathues, Sid; McCullough, Jack; Moller, Richard - became a director; Pratt, E. G.; Murdock, Roland - became an artist; Rathbone, Roland B. - wrote poem entitled "Doughboy's Grave"; Robinson, John Norris; Russell, W. W.; Turner, William - became president of The Alumni Association; Cook, John - article by him on page 40 of "Track and Field Quarterly Review"; "Are You a Good Speller?" written by Kassab, Wadea - father of alumnus Kassab, George; "The Ghost of Paddy'O and Other Poems" - written by Wettengel, Karl E. - class of 1921; "Silent Friends" - written by Hoopes, Gene - alumnus. Joseph Rosetti, Class of 1956.
Tom Deery, football, named to Hall of Fame. (Widener Magazine, Fall 1998).
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)
Amodio, Allio; Berry, Benjamin; Boudart, Prosper J.; Buchanan, John; Cheng, Chung - clipping; Clayton, Powell Jr.; Clyde, William; Coffin, W.H. - clipping; Comfort, Colonel Frederic deLannoy, (known as "Ted"); Comfort, Silas; deLannoy, Felix and deLannoy, Clarence; D'Ignazio, Silvio "Babe" - advertisements for his restaurant and obituary; Dunn, William A. - became an architect; Duthie, David; Ehler, George W.; Shirley, Joseph; Thorn, Charles; Truesdell, George - became an actor; Westerman, Albert "Kris and Krag: Adventures Among the Moros of Southern Phillippine Islands" - written by Hobbs, Horace P. - alumnus.
List of distinguished alumni with descriptions.