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The portrait was collected in 1940 by George and Mike Barrick, two WVU students and Morgantown residents.
Bon Bon played at the Stanley in Pittsburgh. He was a vocalist with Jan Savitt, who he left in October of 1940 to create his own orchestra. The photo was collected by George and Mike Barrick, two WVU students. The photo is inscribed with "To George Best Wishes Bon Bon"
This photo was collected by George and Mike Barrick, two WVU students. Raymond Scott and his orchestra performed at the Warner Theater in Morgantown West Virginia. The photo is made out "To George Raymond Scott"
This portrait was collected by two WVU students, George and Mike Barrick. Tommy Tucker performed at The Met. in Morgantown, West Virginia. The photo is signed "Sincerely Tommy Tucker"
This portrait was collected by two WVU students, George and Mike Barrick. Will Bradely performed at The Met. in Morgantown, West Virginia. Inscribed on the photo is "To George Sincerely Will Bradley"
This photo was collected by George and Mike Barrick, two WVU students. He performed at The Met. in Morgantown as part of Will Bradley's orchestra. The photo is signed "To George Best Wishes Ray McKinley"
This photo was collected by George and Mike Barrick, two WVU students. Will Bradley and his orchestra performed at the Met. in Morgantown, West Virginia. The photo is signed "To George Sincerely Will Bradley"
This is an autographed portrait of American actor Ozzie Nelson of the T.V. series "Ozzie and Harriet". He performed at the Warner Theater in Morgantown, West Virginia. The photo was collected by Mike and George Barrick, two WVU students. The photo is signed "To George from Ozzie Nelson".
This is an autographed photo of Ozzie Nelson, American actor and star of the television series "Ozzie and Harriet". He performed at the Warner Theater in Morgantown, West Virginia. The photo is signed " To George Ozzie Nelson".
This is a photo of Barney Rapp of Barney Rapp and the New Englanders. He performed at the Met. in Morgantown, West Virginia. The photo was collected by WVU students George and Mike Barrick and is signed "To George Lot's of Luck 1940 Barney Rapp".
This is a photo of Ruby Wright. She performed at the Met. in Morgantown, West Virginia. She was known as "The Sweetheart of the Air" and was featured with Barney Rapp and the New Englanders. The photo was collected by WVU students George and Mike Barrick. It is signed "To George Best Wishes Ruby Wright".
This is a photo collected by George and Mike Barrick, two WVU students. He performed at the Met. in Morgantown, West Virginia. It is signed "To George Best Wishes Vincent Lopez".
This is a photo of Gray Gordon collected by WVU students George and Mike Barrick. He performed at the Warner Theater in Morgantown, West Virginia. It is signed "To George Best Wishes Gray Gordon".
Photograph of Mathers "Mike" Barrick of Morgantown, West Virginia. He and his date (unidentified) are attending the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Dance at West Virginia University.
In this photograph Father George Barrick Jr. holds his son, George Barrick III. Uncle Mike Barrick is standing beside his brother and nephew. This photograph was taken in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Back Row: Minetta Barrick, Mathers Barrick, Margaret Barrick. Front Row: Anna Mathers, Max Mathers, Michele Barrick
Inscribed on photograph, "Happy New Year, George and Mike".
Mike Barrick was from Morgantown, their daughter's name is Michele. The photograph was taken at Easter.
Margaret Mathers Barrick and her two sons, Infant, Mather (Mike) Barrick and George Barrick.
Front Row: Louis M. Scott, John B. Campbell Jr., Robert T. French, George M. Barrick Jr., Harold K. Curry, Bernard J. Folio, Leroy M. Darling. Second Row: James F. Anderson, Bernard S. Palcich, Stephen D. Norton Jr., Wayne Marfell, Wallace R. Dodge, Robert A. Heyl. Third Row: George Sallows, Mike Barrick, Waitman R. Waters.
Colonel Morgan Morgan made the first settlement in West Virginia, in 1726. In the photo from left to right there is Mathers "Mike" Barrick, George M. Barrick III, Max Mathers and Margaret Barrick. The Mathers/Barrick family were descendents of Col. Morgan Morgan.
The description in the album labels the building as "The House of Chevey". On the left is Mathers "Mike" Barrick and on the right is an unidentified employee.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower addressed the students and faculty at West Virginia University during a special convocation at Mountaineer Field. From left to right: Mathers "Mike" Barrick, a man identified only as "Corporal" and ROTC Captain George Barrick Jr..
General Dwight D. Eisenhower addressed the students and faculty at West Virginia University during a special convocation at Mountaineer Field. From left to right: ROTC Captain George Barrick Jr., "Nick", and Mathers "Mike" Barrick.