Various written histories of life at Pennsylvania Military College, including:
Copy of "Wearing the Gray" by Gene (Eugene) Hoopes, Class of 1901 (written August, 1946); An informative and detailed description of what cadet life was like at the turn of the century. Describes courses of study, discipline problems (and the resulting punishments), campus entertainment, and the respect Hoopes had for Colonel Hyatt, despite the difficulties he sometimes had with him. (Sometimes gray is spelled grey, but not in this writing.)
Speeches about Pennsylvania Military College donated by Bob Sotille, including one given by Brigadier General John R. Kilpatrick, one given at Commencement by the retiring president of the Alumni Association, one entitled "What Kind of War is This?" written about World War II, and another unidentified one.
Henry Thomason, Class of 1879, writing about his experiences in the Spanish American War.
Carl Shaubel, writing in 1980 about his experiences at PMC, in a document entitled "Once in a Lifetime". Carl Shaubel married Ruth Malcomson, a former Miss America.
Less Ware, Class of 1975, writing about his experiences at Pennsylvania Military College.
Levi Huber, Class of 1933, writing about his experiences at Pennsylvania Military College.
Roy Dohner, a former professor, writing personal memories of his 36 years at PMC. Document is entitled "Memories of Hyatt Hall".
George Bjotvedt, Class of 1951, describing his experiences in the Korean War.
Burt Mustin, Class of 1903. "Life at PMC at the Turn of the Century."
Dr. Moll, former President of PMC and Widener. History of PMC as told by Dr. Moll.
Bill Luckenbill. Memories of "The Phantom" who played practical jokes at PMC.
Chalmer Kirkbride Jr. Article about him in the alumni magazine while he was a junior. This is the son of Chalmer Kirkbride for whom the Science and Engineering building was named.
Mike Jarboe, Class of 1975. "Molding Fine Soldiers, One Push Up at a Time." Memories of his days as a cadet at PMC.
Robert Hutchinson, a resident of Chester who lived near PMC, describing his memories of the college.
Tom Monroy, Class of 1966 at the US Merchant Marine Academy, describing his memories of the "Boardwalk Bowl" at Atlantic City. Includes information about PMC football player Walt "Duke" Crate.
Folder including information about what cadet life was like in the 1960s.