Papers of President Frank Hyatt, 1932 - 1953. [Note: Folder numbers are not always consecutive and some are misnumbered.]
Original Folder Headings are:
627B Minutes of the Meetings of the Association of College Presidents. May 11, 1942
631B Federal Security Agency to School Administrators and Presidents, 1940 - 1942.
632B War Department Information [June 6, 1942 letter from Frank Hyatt to patrons regarding enlistment of quota from each class in Army Enlisted Reserve Corps.]
633B Delaware County National Bank Financial Report Taxes. 709 - 711 East 14th Street.
634B Trustees decide to hold Literary Exercises, February 28, 1941. [Program is to be the same as the one held at Commencement.]
635B Trustees Meeting February 6, 1941.
636B Report of Annual Board of Trustees, February 6, 1941
637B Loftus Broadcasting, Colonel Hyatt Speech [PMC sponsorship of "We Believe in our Community", a series of one-half hour programs on WFIL Philadelphia.]
637.1B Question of Cadet drinking while on a trip to N.Y. and Trustee's Opinion
638B Comparison, Expenses with Budget, February 1, 1940.
639B Comparison with Budget, January 31, 1941
640B Comparison, Expenses with Budget, March 31, 1941
641B Income Comparison as Follows: 1939 - 1940, 1940 - 1941
642B In regards to increase in salary of faculty, 1940.
643B Amounts of various bills
644B Comparison with Budget, 1939 - 1940
645B For accounts receivable, June 27, 1940
646B Correspondence of E.A. Howell and Col. Hyatt on finance, and Financial Report and Comparison, 1940.
647B Comparison, Expenses with Budget, March, 1940
648B Comparison of Expenses with Budget til May 31, 1940
649B Comparison of Expenses with Budget, May 1, 1940
650B Delaware County Courts exempt PMC Taxes from 1936
651B A telegram forbidding use of Armories for Non-Military Use, December 8, 1941
652B [Board of Trustees memo about 1941 meeting]
653B Board letter on tuition under the Accelerated Course, 1942.
654B Colonel Hyatt reports his stewardship to Mr. John G. Pew, Mr. Edwin A. Howell, and Mr C. Edwin Webb.
655B H.E. Wheeler, Treasurer of N.W. Ayer and Colonel Hyatt [correspondence between them regarding possible sale of Military Academy Stock Company]
657B Headquarters Association of Military Colleges to members of Military Association [correspondence and newspaper article about Intermurals.]
658B Federal Security Agency, U.S. Office of Education [March 21, 1941 letter regarding draft and Selective Service System Administration.)
659B Association of Military Schools and Colleges Executive Meeting called.
660B American Council of Education and Association of College Presidents.
661B Capture of W.F. Farrell, a P.M.C. graduate taken as German War Prisoner.
662B In regard to meat rationing, December 2, 1942
662B Report of mid year commencement, 1943. [First mid year commencement in history of institution]
663B Coffee rationing for PMC
664B Post-commencement communique, 1941, full data. [about Cadet Corps, their graduation, and what they are doing after graduation]
665B Names of alumni in national defense in service and notes on athletes in service. [military service]
667B An extremely vital question to the Trustees. Also in regards to giving juniors diplomas. . [Juniors are being called to Active Service at end of year]
668B Teacher who's views did not abide with defense. [Charles M. Antoni's Quaker tendencies did not fit with new international situation; Hyatt ordered his separation from PMC March 20, 1941.]
669B Col. Hyatt reports he has 325 young engineers on duty, 1943.
670B To Board of Trustees - information on Commencement and Honorary Degrees.
671B Trustees, Alumni and Honorary Alumni. [Talks about PMC operating on a war basis]
672B [Pamphlet sent to alumni from Frank Hyatt about PMC response to Depression, 1935]
672B Special letter from President of P.M.C. on operating on War-Time Basis.
673B Survey of College's Proposed housing facilities [conducted by War Department December 16, 1942.]
674B Clippings, New Victory Corps. [Clippings about Hyatt going to Smedley Junior High School 1943. Correspondence between Frank Hyatt and Margaret Stetser, 1943]
675B Social Security Questionnaire
676B Public Relations Department PMC, 1940 Football Schedule, 1939 and 1940 record, 1940 roster
677B Awards for football and baseball players, 1942. [also basketball, polo, track, rifle awards for 1942]
678B Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Association of College Presidents of Pennsylvania
679B In regard to properties for sale near PMC. [Letters from early 1943 relating to local houses for sale]
680B Speech by Col. Hyatt at Town Meeting in Central Y.M.C.A. 1941
681B Instruction and general information to faculty. Names of members 1943.
682B to Trustees, recommendations for approval of Honorary Degrees and Information
683B Resolutions, Association of College Presidents of Pennsylvania.
684B Accelerated Program Plans for Pennsylvania College
685B Minutes of the Annual Meeting of Association of College Presidents of PA 1941
686B Association of Liberal Arts Colleges of Pennsylvania for Advancement of Teachers.
688B Minutes of the Meeting of Association of Trustees of Colleges and Universities.
689B American Council on Education [Statement of the Second Baltimore Conference on Higher Education and the War.]
690B Higher Education and National Defense. Veteran's Education.
691B Letter and Poem sent by Mr. J. Hurst Hackett
693B Letter on death of C.E. Myers in England. [former Cadet killed in England. He graduated in 1909, was a Trustee, and died in 1943]
694B Two Addresses by Col. Hyatt, 1942 and 1943
695B Memorandum for Colonel Hyatt from Dept. of Military Sciences and Tactics, 1943.
696B Headquarters of U.S. Marine Corps and correspondence.
698B Fernald and Com, Public Accountants, in regards to assumption of liabilities, 1942.
699B Presidents and Superintendents strictly. [February 17 1941 letter from Hyatt to Military Colleges regarding strictly Military Colleges and their common interests.
700B Association of Military Colleges and Schools on Unexpected Developments.
701B Department of Science and Tactics
702B Federal Security Agency National Youth Administration
703B Navy Department Bureau of Navigation. Washington, D.C.
705B Joint Army and Navy Marine Corps Coast Guard Procurement Committee, 1942.
706B PMC Accepts a unit of 300 men from the Army. 1943.
707B In regards to PMC and Chester High School
708B Public Events 1941 and 1942 [Listing of Cadet awards, October 21, 1941.]
710B Morale Building for Adult Groups. 1942. [Using 16 mm. sound films]