Papers of President Frank Hyatt. Includes some papers of his father Charles Hyatt.
Folder Headings are:
Charles E. Hyatt Correspondence, Ordnance Department 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906.
Charles E. Hyatt Correspondence, Military 1910
Charles E. Hyatt Correspondence, various topics, 1910
Correspondence between C. E. Hyatt and John Loveland 1909 - 1921
Praise for Charles Hyatt, 1913 [letter from Minnie G. Paige]
Hyatt - Personal [correspondence]
Frank K. Hyatt, President of Rotary
Frank Hyatt, Blackmailed, 1931
Shares of stock in United Gas Improvement Company 1930
Frank Hyatt's life insurance policy, 1928
Frank Hyatt's shares of stock in Standard Plate Glass, 1929
Frank Hyatt made Colonel, 1930
Frank Hyatt's personal insurance policies
Frank Hyatt [clippings from 1930 - 1931 about election as president and work to improve PMC education.]
Frank Hyatt's letter to President Hoover on behalf of General Smedley Butler, on trial for insulting Mussolini, 1931
Frank Hyatt's altruism, 1931
Frank Hyatt to Alvin Burt, 1927 - 1931
Frank Hyatt's resignation from Rotary International 1927
Letter from Dwight Morrow, American Ambassador to Mexico, 1929, to Frank Hyatt
A letter of appreciation to Frank Hyatt, 1932
E. Wallace Chadwick's correspondence concerning Rotary Club business, 1930
One Student's impression of Frank Hyatt, 1929 [letter demands that Frank Hyatt return a rifle to an expelled cadet, H.S. Bugby.]
What one student thought of Frank Hyatt 1934 [letter from Douglas Worton, Jr., regarding his negative prep school experience.]
Frank Hyatt's praise for PMC 1932 [letter to Dr. William Clark and Mr. D.L. Clark]
Frank Hyatt sends a telegram which results in humorous effect, 1931 [telegram addressed to deceased Whitelaw Reid regarding attendance at a future polo match]
Anti-Saloon League, 1930 [donation of $10.00 from PMC]
Albert Atterbury congratulates Frank Hyatt upon becoming President of PMC 1930
Correspondence between Frank Hyatt and Congressman Butler, 1921 - 1923 [H.R. Bill 2581 giving a captured canon to PMC for display]
Frank Hyatt purchases 21,000 German Marks, 1920
Correspondence between Frank Hyatt and Leslie Hyatt, 1920
The three PMC presidents named Hyatt, 1930. [letter explaining past Hyatt presidents]
Frank Hyatt's appraisal of certain American Universities in 1926.
A letter of censure to Frank Hyatt, 1924 [ from Wamble Coal Company regarding improper billing; letter writer had son at PMC.
A tribute to Mrs. Charles E. Hyatt, 1909
Frank Hyatt's invention of a steel rim for an automobile tire, 1920.
Frank Hyatt's investments in German marks, 1920.
Frank Hyatt's request for captured German "77's" 1919
Correspondence to Theodore Hyatt, 1884.
The Hyatt's attitude toward little crying boys [correspondence concerning Ross Kirk]
The Library Situation in 1929 - 1939. [efforts to improve library for accreditation]