Band materials include:
Two photographs donated by Gerald Creighton, class of 1965 - 00.9.7 - 6 and 00.9.7 - 7.
One photograph donated by George Bjotvedt, class of 1951 - 01.37.15.
Photograph of Drum and Bugle Corp donated by Wendell Keck - 01.22.24.
Photograph of West Point Band donated by James Consadene in memory of Roy Consadene class of 1958 - 99.3.4.
Numerous unnumbered photographs including:
Band marching; Cadets boarding train; band at 1970 National Cherry Blossom Festival; Orchestra from 1937 Sabre and Sash; band at the West Gate Entrance to Campus; marching in Governor Scranton's inauguration; Mothers Day 1965; Mardi Gras in New Orleans 1972; St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York City, 1960s; photograph of band reflected in tuba that was on the cover of the Summer 1965 PMC Alumnus Magazine; Copy of Summer 1965 Magazine with band on cover.
Sheet Music, including:
Colonel Hyatt's Military Polka, written by John Sweeney (He is usually referred to with his name spelled Sweney).
The Dauntless Battalion March by John Philip Sousa, dedicated to Colonel Hyatt and Pennsylvania Military College.
The Gray Ballion March, dedicated to the cadets of the Pennsylvania Military College, by Albert Dunn.
CD of oral history done with Carl Wisneski, former PMC Band Director. This CD has been made into an archival CD that can be found in Box 2 Archival CDs & DVDs.
Folder of photographs and documents of the Pennsylvania Military College Band, donated by David Rittman, Class of 1965.
"Inspection of Marching Phase Outside of Singer Stadium, New York Worlds Fair 1965"
Band with Jerald McAteer (also known as Gerry McAteer) as drum major, location unknown.
Marching Band, location unknown.
Marching Band, location unknown, most likely Mardi Gras Parade in New Orleans, 1966.
"Recording Session of PMC Band Record Evening of April 7, 1965".
Humorous card that says "In your honor the famous Penn Military Band will play"(and on the inside it says) "in tune".
"Vehicle Pass" for World's Fair.
CD titled "Music of Pennsylvania Military College Band".
Papers of Albert C. Menger Jr., papers:
Include: photographs of 1927 football team, Albert at the PMC Summer camp in 1928, and portraits of Albert. Also dance programs from the 1927 Junior Hop and 1930 Soph Hop.
History / Biographical
These materials are related to the Pennsylvania Military College Band, and many of them were used to create the PMC Band Exhibit in the museum.
Materials donated to the Archives from the PMC Museum. Papers of Albert C. Menger Jr., were donated by his son Al Menger, 3rd.