Papers of President Frank Hyatt. Includes some papers of his father Charles Hyatt.
Folder Headings are:
Student expenses not listed in the college catalog 1921.
How one student financed his P.M.C. tuition, 1932
Typical student's indebtedness to P.M.C. in the late 1920's
Typical student's indebtedness to P.M.C. 1928 - 1930
Albert Dutton Macdade Engine concerning the Baldt Indebtedness to P.M.C., 1916
A typical student to P.M.C., 1927
Typical contract for unpaid bills, 1932
Special favors for the Starr family, 1932
Financial plea from Frank Hyatt to a parent, 1932
A typical student debt to P.M.C. 1931
A woman who lost everything in the bank crash, 1933
A typical P.M.C. transcript, 1925 - 1929
A P.M.C. letter explaining the needs of one boy while here, 1933
Debts for uniform equipment and supplies, 1924
Correspondence concerning John P. Nicholson, 1922
Proposed $250,000 mortgage, C.J. Webb correspondence
C.E. Webb, 1930 - 1931
The Charles J. Webb gift of $10,000 for swimming pool, 1919
Charles E. Webb, 1928
Two letters from J.C. Breckinridge, Inspector general of the U.S. Army, 1899.
War Department Ratings
C.E. Hyatt to Theodore Roosevelt, 1917. praise for P.M.C. war heroes.
Military Training Camp recruit summer enrollment at Plattsburg, 1916
War Department Regulations, 1918
Ordnance Correspondence, 1916
P.M.C., "A Distinguished College", Militarily, 1904 - 1920
Correspondence C.E. Hyatt to Major General Hugh Scott, 1918
1916 Ordnance, Requests for Modern Ordnance, 1919
War Department Questionnaire, 1918
Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, 1919
Charles Hyatt made Member of Board of Visitors at Annapolis, 1920
Ordnance, 1917 - Withdrawal of 3" guns during World War I, diverted for Commencement purpose.