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1845 : Douglas Houghton Drowns
1845 : Douglas Houghton Drowns
Oct 13 all-day
1845 : Douglas Houghton Drowns
Douglas Houghton, the state geologist who mapped much of Michigan, drowned in a storm on Lake Superior, near Eagle River on October 13, 1845. His association with the Michigan Territory began in 1829, when the … Continue reading "1845 : Douglas Houghton Drowns"
1853 : Amelia Bloomer Lectures on Women’s Rights at Detroit’s Firemen’s Hall
1853 : Amelia Bloomer Lectures on Women’s Rights at Detroit’s Firemen’s Hall
Oct 13 all-day
1853 : Amelia Bloomer Lectures on Women's Rights at Detroit's Firemen's Hall
On October 13, 1853, Amelia Bloomer, originator of Bloomer undergarments, lectured at Detroit’s Firemen’s Hall on the subject of “Women’s Rights.” Source: Mich-Again’s Day For more information about Amelia Bloomer, see “Amelia Bloomer : Women’s … Continue reading "1853 : Amelia Bloomer Lectures on Women’s Rights at Detroit’s Firemen’s Hall"
1900 : Gerald Marks, American Composer, Born in Saginaw
1900 : Gerald Marks, American Composer, Born in Saginaw
Oct 13 all-day
Listen to Louis Armstrong play All of Me. Gerald Marks (October 13, 1900 – January 27, 1997) was an American composer best known for the song “All of Me” which he co-wrote with Seymour Simons … Continue reading "1900 : Gerald Marks, American Composer, Born in Saginaw"
1928 : Dorothy Gish Visits Detroit
1928 : Dorothy Gish Visits Detroit
Oct 13 all-day
Stage and screen star Dorothy Gish stopped by the St. Francis Orphanage in Detroit to deliver the world’s largest lollypop. Dorothy Gish Gives Detroit Orphans a Lollypop Courtesy of YouTube
1942 : Varsity Polo Team Members Asked to Report to Demonstration Hall
1942 : Varsity Polo Team Members Asked to Report to Demonstration Hall
Oct 13 all-day
Varsity polo team members asked to report. Freshmen are also invited to attend important meeting by Major Gerald Peterson. In the same issue, the lead article says FDR asking for draft of 18 and 19 … Continue reading "1942 : Varsity Polo Team Members Asked to Report to Demonstration Hall"
1970 : Barnett Rosenberg Discusses Importance of Basic Research on College Campuses
1970 : Barnett Rosenberg Discusses Importance of Basic Research on College Campuses
Oct 13 all-day
Basic research lacks sufficient funding, Rosenberg said, and it it criticized by those who feel it does not belong on university campuses. In the same article he also discusses how his experiments have discovered that … Continue reading "1970 : Barnett Rosenberg Discusses Importance of Basic Research on College Campuses"
1912 : Former Detroit Resident Helps Save Colonel Roosevelt from Assassin
1912 : Former Detroit Resident Helps Save Colonel Roosevelt from Assassin
Oct 14 all-day
1912 : Former Detroit Resident Helps Save Colonel Roosevelt from Assassin
News traveled by wire 100 years ago and took a little longer than today’s internet…. At 8:10 o’clock on the night of Oct. 14, 1912, a shot was fired the echo of which swept around … Continue reading "1912 : Former Detroit Resident Helps Save Colonel Roosevelt from Assassin"
1918: Gunnery Sergeant Robinson Earns Medal of Honor
1918: Gunnery Sergeant Robinson Earns Medal of Honor
Oct 14 all-day
1918: Gunnery Sergeant Robinson Earns Medal of Honor
In May 1917, Robert Robinson enlisted with the Marines and the action in France followed. Although seriously wounded during aerial action over Belgium, he continued to fight and successfully drove off attacking enemy scout planes … Continue reading "1918: Gunnery Sergeant Robinson Earns Medal of Honor"
1922 : Airplane Speed Record Set at Selfridge Field
1922 : Airplane Speed Record Set at Selfridge Field
Oct 14 all-day
1922 : Airplane Speed Record Set at Selfridge Field
Air races were an extremely popular event in the early days of aviation. An estimated 200,000 spectators watched the opening race at the National Air Races, held at Selfridge Field (now, Selfridge Air National Guard … Continue reading "1922 : Airplane Speed Record Set at Selfridge Field"
1927 : Detroit’s City Airport (now Coleman A. Young International Airport) opened
1927 : Detroit’s City Airport (now Coleman A. Young International Airport) opened
Oct 14 all-day
1927 : Detroit's City Airport (now Coleman A. Young International Airport) opened
On October 14, 1927, Detroit’s City Airport (now Coleman A. Young International Airport) opened. This 1953 aerial view shows the airport’s footprint in its eastside neighborhood. Source : Detroit Historical Society post, October 14, 2018.
1950 : Dearborn Historical Museum Opens
1950 : Dearborn Historical Museum Opens
Oct 14 all-day
1950 : Dearborn Historical Museum Opens
On October 14, 1950, the Dearborn Historical Museum opened in the former Detroit Arsenal Commandant’s Quarters, built between 1833-1837.  The building remains the oldest surviving building in Dearborn. Source: Commandant’s Quarters of the Detroit Arsenal … Continue reading "1950 : Dearborn Historical Museum Opens"
1955 : White Pine Designated Official State Tree
1955 : White Pine Designated Official State Tree
Oct 14 all-day
1955 : White Pine Designated Official State Tree
13/52, photo by Wenström The eastern white pine, (Pinaceae Pinus strobus), is also known as “soft pine.”  It was called the Tree of Peace by the Iroquois and in Ojibway, Zhingwaak. Mature white pines can … Continue reading "1955 : White Pine Designated Official State Tree"
1960 : Kennedy Gives Campaign Speech in Lansing
1960 : Kennedy Gives Campaign Speech in Lansing
Oct 14 all-day
Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy made a campaign stop in Lansing on this day during his run for the Presidency. Kennedy spoke to a large crowd on the steps of the Capitol and tapped into … Continue reading "1960 : Kennedy Gives Campaign Speech in Lansing"
1960 : Peace Corps Proposed at University of Michigan
1960 : Peace Corps Proposed at University of Michigan
Oct 14 all-day
1960 : Peace Corps Proposed at University of Michigan
On Oct. 14, 1960, future-President John F. Kennedy proposed what would become the Peace Corps in a speech at the University of Michigan. He arrived at 2 a.m. and was greeted by throngs of students … Continue reading "1960 : Peace Corps Proposed at University of Michigan"
1969 : Michigan Daily Reports That Paul McCartney is Dead
1969 : Michigan Daily Reports That Paul McCartney is Dead
Oct 14 all-day
1969 : Michigan Daily Reports That Paul McCartney is Dead
In the fall of 1969 a strange and mysterious rumor was circulating on the fringes of college campuses in the Midwest: Paul McCartney of the Beatles was dead. According to the rumor, McCartney had died … Continue reading "1969 : Michigan Daily Reports That Paul McCartney is Dead"
1984 : Detroit Tigers Win World Series
1984 : Detroit Tigers Win World Series
Oct 14 all-day
On October 14, 1984, the Detroit Tigers took Game 5 of the World Series against the San Diego Padres to win the franchise’s fourth championship. Kirk Gibson hit two home runs in the clincher, and … Continue reading "1984 : Detroit Tigers Win World Series"
2017 : Rosie the Riveters Break Guinness World Record
2017 : Rosie the Riveters Break Guinness World Record
Oct 14 all-day
2017 : Rosie the Riveters Break Guinness World Record
Yes, we set a brand new World Record for the Most Rosie the Riveters here in Ypsilanti, Michigan on October 14, 2017… with 3,755 people dressed as Rosie the Riveter in attendance, including 57 original … Continue reading "2017 : Rosie the Riveters Break Guinness World Record"
1900 : Burt Lake Burn Out (Native American Injustice)
1900 : Burt Lake Burn Out (Native American Injustice)
Oct 15 all-day
1900 : Burt Lake Burn Out (Native American Injustice)
The Burt Lake Burn-Out was a forced relocation of the Burt Lake Band of Chippewa and Ottawa Indians in northern Michigan’s “Tip of the Mitt” region on 15 October 1900. On that day a sheriff … Continue reading "1900 : Burt Lake Burn Out (Native American Injustice)"
1904 : Captain Florence Haas, First Licensed Female Captain on the Great Lakes
1908 : Metz Fire
1908 : Metz Fire
Oct 15 all-day
One of Michigan’s most tragic stories happened in the town of Metz, somewhat west of Millersburg and 15 miles south of Rogers City. On the morning of October 15, 1908, a fire swept 35 miles all … Continue reading "1908 : Metz Fire"
1910: Stanley Ketchel, The “Michigan Assassin”, Murdered
1910: Stanley Ketchel, The “Michigan Assassin”, Murdered
Oct 15 all-day
1910: Stanley Ketchel, The "Michigan Assassin", Murdered
On Oct. 15, 1910, Stanley Ketchel’s brilliant and flamboyant life was snuffed out on a farm near Conway, Mo. His legend was not. In 2001, when HBO televised a Floyd Mayweather championship fight from Van … Continue reading "1910: Stanley Ketchel, The “Michigan Assassin”, Murdered"
1912 : MAC Professors Use Railroad To Share Agricultural Knowledge in UP
1912 : MAC Professors Use Railroad To Share Agricultural Knowledge in UP
Oct 15 all-day
According to the Detroit Free Press, Michigan Agricultural College (M.A.C) professors used a train to take an agricultural road show to the Upper Peninsula, including exhibits on various agricultural products, techniques, etc. in various cars … Continue reading "1912 : MAC Professors Use Railroad To Share Agricultural Knowledge in UP"
1913 : John Mitchell Born, Attorney General Under President Nixon
1913 : John Mitchell Born, Attorney General Under President Nixon
Oct 15 all-day
On October 15, 1913, U.S. Attorney General John Mitchell during the administration of President Richard Nixon, was born in Detroit. Because of his role in the Watergate conspiracy, break-in, and attempted cover-up, Mitchell became the … Continue reading "1913 : John Mitchell Born, Attorney General Under President Nixon"
1920 : First Four-Way Traffic Light at Woodward and Michigan Avenue
1920 : First Four-Way Traffic Light at Woodward and Michigan Avenue
Oct 15 all-day
The first four-way traffic signal tower in the world was located at the Woodward and Michigan Avenue intersection in October, 1920. The tower was manually operated and had 12 lamps, three in each direction. In … Continue reading "1920 : First Four-Way Traffic Light at Woodward and Michigan Avenue"
1921 : Alpheus Starkey Williams and His Horse Plug Ugly Statue Dedicated
1921 : Alpheus Starkey Williams and His Horse Plug Ugly Statue Dedicated
Oct 15 all-day
1921 : Alpheus Starkey Williams and His Horse Plug Ugly Statue Dedicated
Major Gen. Alpheus Starkey Williams sits atop his horse in the middle of Belle Isle, checking a map as his steed seems to saunter toward downtown. Williams, a Detroiter, was a congressman, a judge, a … Continue reading "1921 : Alpheus Starkey Williams and His Horse Plug Ugly Statue Dedicated"
1948: Elizabeth Anne (Betty) Bloomer Marries Gerald Ford
1948: Elizabeth Anne (Betty) Bloomer Marries Gerald Ford
Oct 15 all-day
On October 15, 1948, Elizabeth  Anne (Betty) Bloomer married Gerald Ford, a lawyer and World War II veteran, at Grace Episcopal Church, in Grand Rapids. Gerald Ford was then campaigning for what would be his … Continue reading "1948: Elizabeth Anne (Betty) Bloomer Marries Gerald Ford"
1951 : First International TV Broadcast
1951 : First International TV Broadcast
Oct 15 all-day
On October 15, 1951, the first live international TV broadcast occurred when WWJ-TV sent announcer Bud Lynch across the Detroit River to the Government Dock in Windsor. Source: Michigan Every Day
1951 : Royalty Sighted in Windsor
1951 : Royalty Sighted in Windsor
Oct 15 all-day
1951 : Royalty Sighted in Windsor
The future Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Phillip make an appearance on Detroit River in Windsor with Detroit in background – Detroit News photo (WSU Library), October 15, 1951 Courtesy of the WSU Reuther … Continue reading "1951 : Royalty Sighted in Windsor"
1969 : MSU Faculty and Students March Against Vietnam War
1969 : MSU Faculty and Students March Against Vietnam War
Oct 15 all-day
1969 : MSU Faculty and Students March Against Vietnam War
January 1969 brought Richard Nixon to office and with him came the promise of “peace with honor”.  Nixon claimed he could negotiate the withdrawal of U.S. troops and still maintain a free South Vietnam. By … Continue reading "1969 : MSU Faculty and Students March Against Vietnam War"
2012 : Surfing in Lake Michigan
2012 : Surfing in Lake Michigan
Oct 15 all-day
Josh Tryon of Grand Rapids films surfing action in Holland, Michigan in 2012 and posts on Vimeo. View the video.
2014 : Peter VandenBosch Dies, Founded Wings of Mercy
2014 : Peter VandenBosch Dies, Founded Wings of Mercy
Oct 15 all-day
A radio station owner who founded the Wings of Mercy charity that provided air transport to thousands of critically ill people has died. Peter VandenBosch was 91. Since 1991, Wings of Mercy pilots have donated … Continue reading "2014 : Peter VandenBosch Dies, Founded Wings of Mercy"
1918 : Michigan Gripped by Spanish Influenza; MAC Quarantined
1918 : Michigan Gripped by Spanish Influenza; MAC Quarantined
Oct 16 all-day
President Kedzie’s bid to lift the quarantine on the Michigan Agricultural College campus was overruled by Dr. R. M. Olin of State Health Board. Facemasks were distributed to students at the University of Michigan; public … Continue reading "1918 : Michigan Gripped by Spanish Influenza; MAC Quarantined"
1946: Gordie Howe Scores First Goal
1946: Gordie Howe Scores First Goal
Oct 16 all-day
Eighteen-year old Detroit Red Wing rookie, Gordie Howe scored a goal in his first appearance at Olympia Stadium. Howe played for 32 seasons in the National Hockey League and in the World Hockey League where … Continue reading "1946: Gordie Howe Scores First Goal"
1986 : Joe Louis Fist Sculpture Dedicated in Detroit
1986 : Joe Louis Fist Sculpture Dedicated in Detroit
Oct 16 all-day
1986 : Joe Louis Fist Sculpture Dedicated in Detroit
As a boxer, Joe Louis united the nation when he defeated German boxer Max Schmeling for the heavyweight championship of the world and in the process becoming one of the nation’s first African-American heroes. Sports … Continue reading "1986 : Joe Louis Fist Sculpture Dedicated in Detroit"
1899 : President William McKinley Visits Three Oaks
1899 : President William McKinley Visits Three Oaks
Oct 17 all-day
The Dewey Cannon, captured in the Spanish-American War by Admiral Dewey, was presented to Three Oaks when its citizens raised $1,400 for a memorial to the men of the battleship Maine. This was the largest … Continue reading "1899 : President William McKinley Visits Three Oaks"
1914 : MAC’s First Homecoming Game?
1914 : MAC’s First Homecoming Game?
Oct 17 all-day
According to Madison Kuhn’s Michigan State: the first hundred years, 1855-1955 (MSU Press, 1955), MAC’s first actual homecoming game took place on October 17, 1914, when 400 alumni returned to M.A.C. and gathered for lunch … Continue reading "1914 : MAC’s First Homecoming Game?"
1926: Father Charles Coughlin Broadcasts for First Time
1926: Father Charles Coughlin Broadcasts for First Time
Oct 17 all-day
1926: Father Charles Coughlin Broadcasts for First Time
On Oct. 17, 1926, Catholic priest Father Charles Coughlin went on air for the first time in Royal Oak for his debut as “The Radio Priest.” His controversial views, such as anti-Semitic language and defense … Continue reading "1926: Father Charles Coughlin Broadcasts for First Time"
1960 : President Eisenhower Speaks at Cobo Hall
1960 : President Eisenhower Speaks at Cobo Hall
Oct 17 all-day
1960 : President Eisenhower Speaks at Cobo Hall
On October 17, 1960, Dwight Eisenhower made his final appearance as President in Detroit, receiving a key to the city and a miniature of the Spirit of Detroit statue. Later that evening, he addressed the … Continue reading "1960 : President Eisenhower Speaks at Cobo Hall"
2012: Stanford Robert Ovshinsky Dies, Inventor and Scientist
2012: Stanford Robert Ovshinsky Dies, Inventor and Scientist
Oct 17 all-day
2012: Stanford Robert Ovshinsky Dies, Inventor and Scientist
New York Times Obituary: Stanford Robert Ovshinsky (November 24, 1922 – October 17, 2012), an iconoclastic, largely self-taught  and commercially successful scientist who invented the nickel-metal hydride battery and contributed to the development of a host … Continue reading "2012: Stanford Robert Ovshinsky Dies, Inventor and Scientist"
2015 : “Twas the Last Play at the Big House
2015 : “Twas the Last Play at the Big House
Oct 17 all-day
Twas the Last Play at the Big House By Ducking Delvon  @DuckingDelvon on Dec 22, 2015 Twas the last play of the game And in the Big House Maize and blue fans were ready “Little … Continue reading "2015 : “Twas the Last Play at the Big House"
2015 : Michigan State Snatches Victory from Jaws of Defeat
2015 : Michigan State Snatches Victory from Jaws of Defeat
Oct 17 all-day
2015 : Michigan State Snatches Victory from Jaws of Defeat
Rub your eyes. Shake your head. Rub your eyes again. You will never see a play like that again and you will never see an end like that again and there may never be a … Continue reading "2015 : Michigan State Snatches Victory from Jaws of Defeat"
1910 : Ty Cobb Wins Batting Title
1910 : Ty Cobb Wins Batting Title
Oct 18 all-day
On October 18, 1910, after much controversy, American League president Ban Johnson names Ty Cobb as the official batting champion. Johnson rules that Cobb should receive credit for his hit in a suspended game that … Continue reading "1910 : Ty Cobb Wins Batting Title"
1918 : Governor Sleeper Issues Proclamation Closing State Because of Influenza Spread
1918 : Governor Sleeper Issues Proclamation Closing State Because of Influenza Spread
Oct 18 all-day
1918 : Governor Sleeper Issues Proclamation Closing State Because of Influenza Spread
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order to “Stay Home, Stay Safe” was not unexpected. The Michigan Coronavirus outbreak was forcing many states into a total lockdown with Shelter in Place orders. As of March 26th, … Continue reading "1918 : Governor Sleeper Issues Proclamation Closing State Because of Influenza Spread"
1942 : Willie Horton Born, Beloved Detroit Tiger
1942 : Willie Horton Born, Beloved Detroit Tiger
Oct 18 all-day
1942 : Willie Horton Born, Beloved Detroit Tiger
Born in Virginia, Willie Horton grew up in Detroit to become a Detroit Tiger hero. He batted .326 in his first season with the Tigers and had 100 or more RBIs in 1965 and 1966. … Continue reading "1942 : Willie Horton Born, Beloved Detroit Tiger"
1953 : Willie Thrower Becomes 1st African American NFL Quarterback
1953 : Willie Thrower Becomes 1st African American NFL Quarterback
Oct 18 all-day
1953 : Willie Thrower Becomes 1st African American NFL Quarterback
On October 18, 1953, Willie Thrower, a pioneer for African Americans in the sport of football, became the first African American to quarterback in a professional game in the modern era. As a college player, … Continue reading "1953 : Willie Thrower Becomes 1st African American NFL Quarterback"
1966 : Sebastian S. Kresge Dies
1966 : Sebastian S. Kresge Dies
Oct 18 all-day
1966 : Sebastian S. Kresge Dies
Sebastian Kresge was among the most successful retailers in American history. The founder of what would become the K-Mart chain of discount stores, he was also an accomplished philanthropist who focused his efforts on capital … Continue reading "1966 : Sebastian S. Kresge Dies"
1978 : Christmas Stamp Debuts in Holly, Michigan
1978 : Christmas Stamp Debuts in Holly, Michigan
Oct 18 all-day
1978 : Christmas Stamp Debuts in Holly, Michigan
Holly, Michigan was honored on this day in 1978 by being the location for the release of one of the U.S. Postal Service’s two official 1978 Christmas stamps. It featured a child on a hobby … Continue reading "1978 : Christmas Stamp Debuts in Holly, Michigan"
2010 : Detroit’s Underground Salt Mine Sold
2010 : Detroit’s Underground Salt Mine Sold
Oct 18 all-day
2010 : Detroit's Underground Salt Mine Sold
Detroit is known for cars and music. Natural resources? Not so much. Yet each day, 30 or so miners descend nearly 1,200 ft. beneath the city to extract salt from remnants of ancient seas that … Continue reading "2010 : Detroit’s Underground Salt Mine Sold"
2017 : Detroit Pistons Return to Detroit for the First Time Since 1979
2017 : Detroit Pistons Return to Detroit for the First Time Since 1979
Oct 18 all-day
Wednesday celebrated the Pistons return to Detroit for the first time since 1979, when they played at Cobo Arena.   This time, the Detroit Pistons played for the first time in Little Caesars Arena. Inside, blue … Continue reading "2017 : Detroit Pistons Return to Detroit for the First Time Since 1979"
2019 : Former Governor Bill Milliken Dies
2019 : Former Governor Bill Milliken Dies
Oct 18 all-day
William “Bill” Milliken Jr., Michigan’s longest-serving governor, was a moderate Republican who pursued an activist conservation and environmental agenda during his 14 years as governor from 1969 to 1983 before Michigan voters limited governors to serving … Continue reading "2019 : Former Governor Bill Milliken Dies"
1883 : William Donahey Born, Owner of Pickle Barrel Summer Home in Grand Morais
1883 : William Donahey Born, Owner of Pickle Barrel Summer Home in Grand Morais
Oct 19 all-day
1883 : William Donahey Born, Owner of Pickle Barrel Summer Home in Grand Morais
William Donahey (19 October 1883 – 2 February 1970) was a U.S. cartoonist and creator of The Teenie Weenies, a comic strip about two-inch tall people living under a rose bush. The strip appeared in … Continue reading "1883 : William Donahey Born, Owner of Pickle Barrel Summer Home in Grand Morais"
1903 : Kalamazoo Votes to Build Western State Normal School, Now Known as Western Michigan University
1903 : Kalamazoo Votes to Build Western State Normal School, Now Known as Western Michigan University
Oct 19 all-day
1903 : Kalamazoo Votes to Build Western State Normal School, Now Known as Western Michigan University
On Oct. 19, 1903, voters in Kalamazoo voted by an 8-to-1 margin to support construction of the Western State Normal School, later known as Western Michigan University. Kalamazoo was selected as the site because of … Continue reading "1903 : Kalamazoo Votes to Build Western State Normal School, Now Known as Western Michigan University"
1907: Governor Fred Warner Fights To Establish Primaries
1907: Governor Fred Warner Fights To Establish Primaries
Oct 19 all-day
1907: Governor Fred Warner Fights To Establish Primaries
Michigan did not always hold election primaries. Prior to the 20th century, candidates at both state and national levels were nominated behind closed doors by party bosses. Ordinary citizens had little say. In 1907, Michigan … Continue reading "1907: Governor Fred Warner Fights To Establish Primaries"
1918 : Spanish Influenza Paralyzes Michigan
1918 : Spanish Influenza Paralyzes Michigan
Oct 19 all-day
On Oct. 19, 1918, state government ordered that all meeting places in the state be closed in the hopes of stemming the spread of contagious diseases like Spanish influenza, which was ravaging Michigan that fall. … Continue reading "1918 : Spanish Influenza Paralyzes Michigan"
1970 : MSU Called Unresponsive to Needs of Chicanos, American Indians, and Community College Students
1970 : MSU Called Unresponsive to Needs of Chicanos, American Indians, and Community College Students
Oct 19 all-day
President Wharton’s Commission on Admissions and Student Body Composition heard representatives of La Raza say the university was unresponsive to their needs. A few of their demands included more flexible admissions, more financial aid Chicano … Continue reading "1970 : MSU Called Unresponsive to Needs of Chicanos, American Indians, and Community College Students"
2015 : MSU Libraries and ROVI Hold Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Main Library
2015 : MSU Libraries and ROVI Hold Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Main Library
Oct 19 all-day
Bad-hair 1990s movies. Obscure CDs only music lovers can name. Pac-Man and Donkey Kong. They’ve arrived at Michigan State University as part of a rare collection of more than 850,000 movies, CDs and videogames, a … Continue reading "2015 : MSU Libraries and ROVI Hold Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Main Library"
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