Papers of President Frank Hyatt, 1932 - 1953. [Note: Folder numbers are not always consecutive and some are misnumbered.]
Original Folder Headings are:
505B Engineering 1938 in regards to changing course 1936 - 1939 [Includes accrediting document - P.M.C. unable to meet standards for Civil Engineering Accreditation.]
506B Delaware County Trust Co. in regards to interest on bonds. 1938 - 1939. [Interest is overdue - threatened foreclosure.]
507B Department of Public Instruction 1937. [Statistics on students placed in teaching positions.]
508B Cecil B. DeMille in regards to making a movie. 1935 - 1939. [Frank Hyatt requesting DeMille make the college a basis for a play or movie to help financial situation.]
509B Dancing lessons by Arthur Murray (Dancing School in New York.) [Correspondence to cadet parents and to Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt concerning finding female dance partners.]
510B Correspondence and veto of bill for $150,000 appropriation to PMC. Vetoed by Governor James 1939.
511B Resignation of Mr. Timm, football, basketball, and baseball coach 1938.
512B Receipts and expenses of football games Oct. 8 and Oct. 15, 1938.
513B Mid Year report of President of P.M.C. to Board of Trustees 1937, 1938.
515B Analysis of expenses to Jan. 1, 1937.
516B To Board of Trustees, review of the operations for the current year. 1938.
517B To Trustees. Annual Mid Year Report from President of P.M.C. 1936 - 1937.
518B President Hyatt's report to Board of Trustees February 6, 1937.
519B Requests for contributions.
520B Various Data to Alumni 1935. "Alumni Relations to College."
521B Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Co. vs. P.M.C. in regards to Taxes and Mortgage unpaid interest.
522B E.A.Howell correspondence on finance 1935, 1933, and up.
523B. Names of graduates of Class 1880 and request to Mr. Greir Hersh.
524B Decrees by U.S. District Court on Bankruptcy and re-organization. P.M.C. 1940.
525B Merit Roll 1939 - 1940.
526B Life History of Honor Men [Honorary Degree Recipients 1939]
526.1B Hyatt Foundation. Includes April Meeting. 1938.
527B Homecoming Day [Athletic Banquet] 3 -23 - 39.
529B Correspondence and gift of books by Dr. Gravell.
530B Colonel Hyatt's suggestions to Trustees. 1938.
531B Release for November 26. [Press Release regarding P.M.C.'s transfer to Public Ownership.]
532B Comparison of Expenses with Budget, 1937 and analysis.
535B Statement of cash receipts and disbursements, August 30, 1935 to February 29, 1936.
536B Mr. Howell letter stating there is unrest among creditor.
537B Meeting of Hyatt Foundation.
538B Polo Accident [Eckford Rufner]. [Rufner died due to accident caused by PMC player; Rufner on opposing team. Correspondence between parents and Frank Hyatt.]
539B Polo - Outdoor. F.S. O'Reilly 1934 - 1935. [Correspondence between O'Reilly, Treasurer of the Intercollegiate Polo Society and Frank Hyatt.]
540B Polo, Outdoor, 1936.
540.1B Polo Schedule 1940 and story of beginning of first game of Polo. [Includes history of Polo at P.M.C.]
541B Polo 1937 - 1938. [Correspondence regarding competitions with other teams.]
542B Polo - Schedule, Outdoor. 1934 - 1935.
542.1B Letters on Polo and requests for Ponies. 1937. [Requests for money and horses.]
543B Polo Horses 1936 - 1937.
544B Polo - Bryn Mawr Field. [Correspondence between Hyatt and Biddle regarding lease of Bryn Mawr Field,; disagreement regarding locations and publicity.]
545B Polo - Indoor Intercollegiates. [Letters regarding setting up games.]
546B Indoor Polo Schedule. Correspondence not playing Polo. 1935 - 1936. [P.M.C. had to drop out of playing polo due to good players graduating and financial troubles.]
547B Donation of $100 for books and correspondence. A.H. Atterbury.
547.1B 1935. Polo tournament booklet, other polo data, newspaper clipping. [Details unsuccessful 1935 - 1936 polo team and reasons; Frank Hyatt's criticisms of the state of Philadelphia indoor polo.]
548B Complete examination of the books and records of P.M.C. for college years 1933 - 1934, 1932 - 1933, 1931 - 1932, 1930 - 1931 for Polo and Calvary and other sports.
549B Hyatt Foundation - subscription. [lists people who have donated and how much they gave.)