Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives
George Tomasi papers
Table of Contents
- Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives
- Tomasi, George W.
- George Tomasi papers
- Date [inclusive]
- 0.5 Cubic feet 1 metal edged box
- Mixed materials [Box]
Preferred Citation note
[Identification of Item] in the George Tomasi papers, MSS-170, Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives, Northern Michigan University.
George Tomasi attended Hermansville High School in Hermansville, Michigan, where he played on the basketball team. He was one of the original "Barracks Boys," a group of sixteen men given scholarships in 1952 by athletic director and coach C.V. Money to attend Northern Michigan University as a part of the G.I. Bill following World War II. Tomasi graduated from NMU in 1956 with a degree in business administration. Tomasi and his wife Bettey have nine children and taught SCUBA lessons through NMU's continuing education program for many years. He worked at NMU for 23 years before his retirement.
Scope and Content
This collection contains the memorabilia of George W. Tomasi. It includes photographs, papers, and articles relating to the "Barracks Boys," as well as Northern Michigan University athletics. Also included are family photographs and Hermansville High School memorabillia including a basketbal program and class picture from 1952.
Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives 10/01/10Harden Learning Resources Center 126
1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette, Michigan, 49855
Conditions Governing Access note
No restrictions. Open for research.
Controlled Access Headings
- Northern Michigan University--Basketball.
- Money, C.V. "Red"
- Tomasi, George W.
- Veterans--Services for--Michigan.
Hermansville Centennial Booklet (1878-1978)
1952 Michigan High School Basketball Tournament Class D-E program
Photographs of 1952 Hermansville High School graduating class
Old Tomasi family photographs
Photographs, articles, and papers on the "Barracks Boys" of Northern Normal College (NMU)