Papers of President Frank Hyatt, 1932 - 1953. [Note: Folder numbers are not always consecutive and some are misnumbered.]
Original Folder Headings are:
550B Survey of Military Schools and Data on Military Schools. 1934 - 1935. [Includes letters from Douglas MacArthur.]
551B Master Questionnarie for Universities [Prepared by John Price Jones Corporation. Includes Institiutional and Fundraising Questions]
552B P.M.C. Budget report and forecast campaign drive 11/1/34 - 1/9/35.
553B Plans for budget campaign, 1934 - 1935.
554B Printed Matter [Polo Brochures, Viewbooks, P.M.C. News, Promotional Brochures, etc.]
555B Letter to John Pew from J.L. Campbell of California. 1934.
557B Suggestions from Clem Decker to raise money.
558B Compliments on singing of Glee Club.
559B. Speech by Col. Hyatt, Armistice Day, 1940.
561B Telegram to President Roosevelt on intensive training at P.M.C. for Military Training. [Describes civilian Night Training at P.M.C. Includes 4 telegrams, one each to Stimpson, Roosevelt, Parsons and George Marshall. Also "Philadelphia Inquirer" article about Night Training.
562B "Evening Public Ledger" pictures of civilian military training 1940. [P.M.C. night courses to prepare civilians for war, also an article from commencement when General Marshall spoke.]
563B Speech by Colonel Hyatt. [Given in Smyrna, Delaware, 1935. "Discipline in Education and Business."
564B Speech to the cadets, alumni and friends of P.M.C. by Col. Frank Hyatt, 1938. [also letter from "Philadelphia Inquirer" editor returning copy of speech to Hyatt.]
565B Welcome Cadets back, 115th Year. [Program explaining cadet rules, 1935.]
566B Address to the Corps. [Hyatt to Senior Class] and Easter Address by Col. Frank Hyatt.
567B Radio Address on W.I.P. Nov. 29, 1935. [Hyatt discussing advantages of Football Program.]
568B Review of operations for current school year ending June 30, 1939.
569B Data on Board of Trustees Meeting Feb. 2, 1939. [Includes report by President Frank Hyatt.]
570B Col. Hyatt's Report to Trustees. 1939.
572B Headquarters First Military Association Correspondence in regard to Captain Stanton S. Von Grabill. 1939. [Letter from Pennsylvania Department of Military Affairs stating PMC officers are not in National Guard.]
573B P.M.C. First Homecoming. April 1939.
574B Mid Year Report of President to Trustees of P.M.C. for First Half of 1937 - 1938 School Year.
575B Prospects for opening of school, 1939. Eight [younger] brothers enrolled. [Largest freshman class since 1928 - 1929.]
576B General Orders July 1, 1939 to Cadets. 1939 - 1940. [Appointments to be officers in Cadet Corps, list of students, their grades and where they are from, for Junior and Senior Classes.]
577B Civil Aeronautics Authority 1939. [Requirements for Vocational Flight Training Program participation. Contract for Pilot Training. P.M.C. participation in Civilian Pilot Training Program.]
578B Report to Alumni on Opening of College. 1939.
579B To Members of Association of Military Schools and Colleges, 1939. [Discusses Military Schools and War Department.]
580B Biology Department Estimate. [for supplies]
581B Board of Trustee Report. June 8, 1937
583B To Trustees. Financial Activities for School, 1936-1937
585B Telegram sent to President Roosevelt, 1940 [Requesting that he Review the Troops on his visit to Philadelphia]
586B National Association of Law School Correspondence
587B Comparison, expenses with Budget, March 1, 1938
588B Comparison, expenses with Budget, April 1, 1938
589B Current Accounts receivable owing as of April 22, 1939
590B Comparison, expenses with Budget, November 1, 1938
591B List of Accounts Receivable, January 23, 1939
592B Comparison, expenses with Budget, December 1, 1938
593B Comparison, expenses with Budget, March 1, 1939
594B P.M.C. Income and Expenses, Year ended June 30, 1937
595B Comparison, expenses with Budget, February 1, 1938
596B Comparison, expenses with Budget, June 1, 1938
597B Information in regards to actual cost of maintaining the Band or Orchestra
598B Broadcasting over W.I.P. and Colonel Hyatt Speech, 1938 [Radio Broadcast]
599B Correspondence with Mr. Shirley on Civil Engineering being Improved 
600B List of Accounts Receivable, 1939
601B Death of Otto V. St. Whitelock's Father [William Wallace Whitelock, class of 1887, includes obituary]
602B Comparison, tuition of Preparatory School Others, 1940
603B In Regards to Exemption from Compulsory Military Training
504B Telegram to Governor James in regarding to having officer status of PMC changed, 1940
605B Round Table Discussion WDEL by Colonel Hyatt, 1940 [Radio Discussion]
606B E. Howell Correspondence on taxes and Real Estate Purchases
607B Fidelity and Philadelphia Trust Company in regards to Mortgage and Appraisal
608B Delaware County in regards to selling Properties for payment of Taxes, 1932 and 1934
609N Anne Lane presents two etchings of General Grant and General Lee to PMC, 1940
610B Story of two Cadets, North and South of Pennsylvania Military School- Good [Outline of a story about PMC Cadets during the Civil War that Hyatt considered turning into a book]
611B Financial Report and Status Comparison, 1935 - 1940, Important
612B PMC Basketball Schedule for 1940 and Booklet
613B PMC Athletic Council Meeting
614B Lot of Data of Association of Military Colleges and Schools
615B Indoor Polo for 1940
616B Schedule of Commencement, 1940 [Describes Rules and Regulations, for Commencement Period]
617B Program of Commencement June 11, 1940 Literary and Honorary Degrees [George Marshall given Honorary Degree]
618B Names of Graduates of the Following classes: 1890, 1915, 1910, 1925 [1940 list of people who attended]
619B Resignation of Clarence Connor, Treasurer
620B Statement of Liabilities showing changes since 1935
621B In regards to changing the four year course and give same in three years 1-27-1942
622B Regards to Modernizing Chemistry Laboratory, New Dormitories and other improvements
623B Air Agency Authority Certificate [Flying School in Philadelphia affiliated with PMC
624B Mid-Year report of PMC of College Activities to Trustees, 1942
625B Board of Trustees Meeting PMC. March 19, 1942
626B Special Meeting of Trustees to comply with War Department, January 8, 1942
627B Polo and disposal of ponies [Shorter Season due to accelerated courses during World War II 1943]
628B College Calendar. 1939 - 1940.
629B "General MacArthur as a Man." [Frank Hyatt writing about his recollections of General MacArthur.]
630B Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Conference. 1940. [Proceedings 12/6 - 12/7/1940]