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1937 : Martin Blanche Born, 1st African American MSU Board of Trustees Member
1937 : Martin Blanche Born, 1st African American MSU Board of Trustees Member
Jan 16 all-day
1937 : Martin Blanche Born, 1st African American MSU Board of Trustees Member
Born January 16, 1937 Blanche Martin was an academic all-American MSU football running back (1956-1959).  The 1957 Spartan Football team were national champions, one of six seasons in the team’s history in which they held … Continue reading "1937 : Martin Blanche Born, 1st African American MSU Board of Trustees Member"
1938 : Caberfae Ski Resort Opens
1938 : Caberfae Ski Resort Opens
Jan 16 all-day
1938 : Caberfae Ski Resort Opens
   Snow trains brought hundreds of ski enthusiasts to the opening of the Caberfae Ski Resourt in 1938. Caberfae, whose name comes from the Gaelic word meaning stag’s head, was started as a joint … Continue reading "1938 : Caberfae Ski Resort Opens"
1955 : Jerry Linenger Born, Flight Surgeon, Astronaut
1955 : Jerry Linenger Born, Flight Surgeon, Astronaut
Jan 16 all-day
1955 : Jerry Linenger Born, Flight Surgeon, Astronaut
On this day in 1955, Eastpointe, MI native Capt. Jerry M. Linenger (USN, Ret.) was born. Captain Linenger received a bachelor of science degree in bioscience from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1977; a doctorate … Continue reading "1955 : Jerry Linenger Born, Flight Surgeon, Astronaut"
2017 : PBS and Detroit Public TV are launching a new 24/7 PBS KIDS channel
2017 : PBS and Detroit Public TV are launching a new 24/7 PBS KIDS channel
Jan 16 all-day
2017 : PBS and Detroit Public TV are launching a new 24/7 PBS KIDS channel
Recognizing that most PBS KIDS programming airs at times when kids are in pre-school and not in “peak kids media-viewing hours” of 5p-9p, PBS and Detroit Public TV are launching a new 24/7 PBS KIDS … Continue reading "2017 : PBS and Detroit Public TV are launching a new 24/7 PBS KIDS channel"
2018 : Meteor Spotted in Southwest Michigan
2018 : Meteor Spotted in Southwest Michigan
Jan 16 all-day
2018 : Meteor Spotted in Southwest Michigan
  Did you see a bright light, or hear what sounded like thunder Tuesday night just after 8pm? Experts are saying that was a meteor. The American Meteor Society received hundreds reports of a fireball … Continue reading "2018 : Meteor Spotted in Southwest Michigan"
2018: Broomball Season Underway At Michigan Tech
2018: Broomball Season Underway At Michigan Tech
Jan 16 all-day
2018: Broomball Season Underway At Michigan Tech
Broomball is so popular at Michigan Tech that it now features its own newspaper, The Broomball Blitz! Here’s an article from the first edition explaining the phenomenon. If you’ve never been to Tech in the … Continue reading "2018: Broomball Season Underway At Michigan Tech"
1862 : Battery G, First Michigan Light Artillery, Mustered Into Service
1862 : Battery G, First Michigan Light Artillery, Mustered Into Service
Jan 17 all-day
On January 17, 1862, Battery G, First Michigan Light Artillery, is mustered into federal service at Kalamazoo. Recruited in Branch County , Battery G had an enrollment of 145 officers and men when it left … Continue reading "1862 : Battery G, First Michigan Light Artillery, Mustered Into Service"
1899 : First Michigan Woman To Be Honored With Military Funeral
1899 : First Michigan Woman To Be Honored With Military Funeral
Jan 17 all-day
On January 17, 1899, the first military funeral for a woman in Michigan occurred when Ellen May Tower, a Byron native and a veteran of the Spanish-American War, received one. The daughter of a Civil … Continue reading "1899 : First Michigan Woman To Be Honored With Military Funeral"
1911 : Little Girl Wins MAC Corn Show, Awarded a New Reo Motor Co. Car!
1911 : Little Girl Wins MAC Corn Show, Awarded a New Reo Motor Co. Car!
Jan 17 all-day
1911 : Little Girl Wins MAC Corn Show, Awarded a New Reo Motor Co. Car!
The Little Girl That Won the Car >> In 1910 the REO Motor Company of Lansing, Michigan offered a touring car to the young farmer under 20 who could raise the best corn in the … Continue reading "1911 : Little Girl Wins MAC Corn Show, Awarded a New Reo Motor Co. Car!"
1931 : James Earl Jones Born, Grew Up in Michigan
1931 : James Earl Jones Born, Grew Up in Michigan
Jan 17 all-day
1931 : James Earl Jones Born, Grew Up in Michigan
Award-winning actor and voice of CNN James Earl Jones, who grew up in Dublin, Manistee County, was born on Jan. 17, 1931. In 1936, when Jones was just five, his grandfather set out to move … Continue reading "1931 : James Earl Jones Born, Grew Up in Michigan"
1939 : Frank Murphy Becomes U.S. Attorney General
1939 : Frank Murphy Becomes U.S. Attorney General
Jan 17 all-day
1939 : Frank Murphy Becomes U.S. Attorney General
Courtesy of University of Michigan Bentley Library. On January 17, 1939, Frank Murphy, the former judge, Detroit mayor, and Michigan’s first Catholic governor, became attorney general in the cabinet of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. President … Continue reading "1939 : Frank Murphy Becomes U.S. Attorney General"
1942 : Mohammed Ali Born
1942 : Mohammed Ali Born
Jan 17 all-day
1942 : Mohammed Ali Born
Muhammad Ali is many things to many people. To some, he is the former heavyweight champion of the world whose boxing matches with the likes of Joe Frazier and George Foreman represented the high-water mark … Continue reading "1942 : Mohammed Ali Born"
1962 : Dan Gilbert Born, Richest Man in Michigan
1962 : Dan Gilbert Born, Richest Man in Michigan
Jan 17 all-day
Who is Michigan’s richest person? As of 2021, it’s Dan Gilbert. Last year he was only worth a mere 7½ billion dollars. This year, it’s over 50 billion. So who is Dan Gilbert? Born on … Continue reading "1962 : Dan Gilbert Born, Richest Man in Michigan"
1971 : Kid Rock Born in Romeo, Michigan
1971 : Kid Rock Born in Romeo, Michigan
Jan 17 all-day
Robert James “Bob” Ritchie was born on January 17, 1971 in Romeo, Michigan to William “Bill” Ritchie, a car dealer who owned several local dealerships, and Susan Ritchie. He attended Romeo High School. His family … Continue reading "1971 : Kid Rock Born in Romeo, Michigan"
1983 : Hudson Department Store’s Last Day in Downtown Detroit
1983 : Hudson Department Store’s Last Day in Downtown Detroit
Jan 17 all-day
1983 : Hudson Department Store's Last Day in Downtown Detroit
January 17, 1983 was the last business day for downtown Detroit’s J.L. Hudson Department Store. The building at 1206 Woodward stood 25 stories tall and took up an entire city block, fronting on Woodward, Gratiot, … Continue reading "1983 : Hudson Department Store’s Last Day in Downtown Detroit"
2013 : Gerald Ford Presidential Library and Museum Hires Wikipedian in Residence
2013 : Gerald Ford Presidential Library and Museum Hires Wikipedian in Residence
Jan 17 all-day
Gerald R. Ford may have governed during a time of economic stagnation, but his library has just laid claim to a cutting-edge distinction: becoming the first presidential depository to employ an official “Wikipedian in residence.” … Continue reading "2013 : Gerald Ford Presidential Library and Museum Hires Wikipedian in Residence"
2017 : Night photo of Detroit and Surrounding Areas Taken from Space
2017 : Night photo of Detroit and Surrounding Areas Taken from Space
Jan 17 all-day
2017 : Night photo of Detroit and Surrounding Areas Taken from Space
Twitter photo from Shane Kimbrough, USA Astronaut currently serving on the International Space Station, January 17, 2017. Can you pick out Detroit, Flint, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Toledo, and Cleveland?
1802: Detroit Incorporated As Michigan’s First City
1802: Detroit Incorporated As Michigan’s First City
Jan 18 all-day
On January 18, 1802, Territorial Governor Arthur St. Clair and the legislature of the Northwest Territory in Chillicothe, Ohio approved the charter incorporating the town of Detroit. Government was to be administered by a five-person … Continue reading "1802: Detroit Incorporated As Michigan’s First City"
1813 : Brigadier-General Winchester Captures Frenchtown
1813 : Brigadier-General Winchester Captures Frenchtown
Jan 18 all-day
1813 : Brigadier-General Winchester Captures Frenchtown
On January 18, 1813 the Americans forced the retreat of the British and their Native American allies from Frenchtown, which they had earlier occupied, in a relatively minor skirmish. The movement was part of a … Continue reading "1813 : Brigadier-General Winchester Captures Frenchtown"
1922 : Bob Bell Born, First Bozo the Clown
1922 : Bob Bell Born, First Bozo the Clown
Jan 18 all-day
1922 : Bob Bell Born, First Bozo the Clown
Cooky the Clown (Roy Brown) and Bozo (Bob Bell) on WGN-TV between 1976 and 1977. On Jan. 18, 1922, Bob Bell, the first portrayer of Bozo the Clown, was born in Flint. Bell began his … Continue reading "1922 : Bob Bell Born, First Bozo the Clown"
1922 : First MAC Home Ice Hockey Contest
1922 : First MAC Home Ice Hockey Contest
Jan 18 all-day
During its first season and for a number of seasons thereafter, ice hockey at MAC was played on the Red Cedar River above the dam behind the administration building (near where Wells Hall now stands) … Continue reading "1922 : First MAC Home Ice Hockey Contest"
1943 : Michigan Bakeries Ordered To Stop Slicing Loaves of Bread
1943 : Michigan Bakeries Ordered To Stop Slicing Loaves of Bread
Jan 18 all-day
On January 18, 1943, no sliced bread was available. To save manpower and steel-cutting equipment, commercial bakeries in Michigan and the rest of the nation were directed to stop the sale of sliced bread for … Continue reading "1943 : Michigan Bakeries Ordered To Stop Slicing Loaves of Bread"
2016 : Glenn Frey Dies, One of the Founding Members of the Eagles
2016 : Glenn Frey Dies, One of the Founding Members of the Eagles
Jan 18 all-day
Glenn Frey, the Royal Oak-bred Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and a founding member of the Eagles, died Monday. He was 67. Frey, a 1966 graduate of Dondero High School in Royal Oak, succumbed … Continue reading "2016 : Glenn Frey Dies, One of the Founding Members of the Eagles"
2020 : Michigan Grand Island Ice Caves Postage Stamp Released
2020 : Michigan Grand Island Ice Caves Postage Stamp Released
Jan 18 all-day
2020 : Michigan Grand Island Ice Caves Postage Stamp Released
The U.S. Postal Service today released a new priority mail stamp honoring Michigan’s Grand Island Ice Caves.  Customers can use the stamp to pay for Priority Mail and Priority Mail Express Flat Rate shipping. Located … Continue reading "2020 : Michigan Grand Island Ice Caves Postage Stamp Released"
1841 : First Issue of Michigan Farmer
1841 : First Issue of Michigan Farmer
Jan 19 all-day
The Western Farmer, the state’s first farm journal, is published for the first time on this day. Promising to focus on such agricultural issues as the “application of manure,” calf-raising, deep ploughing and “the culture … Continue reading "1841 : First Issue of Michigan Farmer"
1864 : Clarissa Britain, of St. Joseph, Michigan Records Patent
1864 : Clarissa Britain, of St. Joseph, Michigan Records Patent
Jan 19 all-day
Clarissa Britain was a 19th-century inventor with seven patents to her name — the most of any Michigan woman of her time. On this day, she recorded a patent for leaf springs in ambulances to … Continue reading "1864 : Clarissa Britain, of St. Joseph, Michigan Records Patent"
1868 : Bishop Frederic Baraga Dies
1868 : Bishop Frederic Baraga Dies
Jan 19 all-day
1868 : Bishop Frederic Baraga Dies
Baraga, after whom the U.P. county is named, ministered to people from Sault Ste. Marie to Grand Rapids to Eagle Harbor, earning the nickname the Snowshoe Priest by trudging to Indian settlements in Michigan, Minnesota … Continue reading "1868 : Bishop Frederic Baraga Dies"
1941 : Robert G. “Bob” Heft Born
1941 : Robert G. “Bob” Heft Born
Jan 19 all-day
Robert G. “Bob” Heft (January 19, 1941 – December 12, 2009), born in Saginaw, Michigan, was the designer of the current American 50-star flag The Saginaw News has a nice feature on Saginaw resident Bob … Continue reading "1941 : Robert G. “Bob” Heft Born"
1981 : Rape Victim Lie Detector Tests Abolished
1981 : Rape Victim Lie Detector Tests Abolished
Jan 19 all-day
Legislation meant to protect rape victims from discriminatory use of lie detector tests has been signed into law by Gov. Milliken. Under the lie detector restriction bill, law enforcement officers would not be able to … Continue reading "1981 : Rape Victim Lie Detector Tests Abolished"
1989 : Governor Blanchard Bans Corporal Punishment in Public Schools
1989 : Governor Blanchard Bans Corporal Punishment in Public Schools
Jan 19 all-day
On this day in 1989, Governor James Blanchard signs a bill that bans corporal punishment in Michigan public schools. Source: Ken Coleman, retweeted by Michigan’s Past, January 19, 2019. MCLA 380.1312
1994 : MSU Classes Cancelled, but the University Remains Open
1994 : MSU Classes Cancelled, but the University Remains Open
Jan 19 all-day
January 19, 1994 About 30 students braved the cold to wake up President Peter McPherson at  Cowles, the President’s  Residence, chanting “Hell no, it’s 40 below” and “Frostbite is not right”.   McPherson listened and an … Continue reading "1994 : MSU Classes Cancelled, but the University Remains Open"
2011 : Lansing Appoints First Female Chief of Police
2011 : Lansing Appoints First Female Chief of Police
Jan 19 all-day
Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero has named Teresa Szymanski as Lansing’s next chief of police. She becomes the first female chief in the history of the department. Source : Lansing State Journal
2020 : Livonia Nurse Sings Amazing Grace In Memory of Covid Victims
2020 : Livonia Nurse Sings Amazing Grace In Memory of Covid Victims
Jan 19 all-day
A nurse from Michigan kicked off the 2021 inauguration celebration in an especially poignant way. On Tuesday evening, Lori Marie Key, who went viral in April for her rendition of “Amazing Grace” during a shift change, sang … Continue reading "2020 : Livonia Nurse Sings Amazing Grace In Memory of Covid Victims"
1837 : First Locomotive Powered Train in Michigan
1837 : First Locomotive Powered Train in Michigan
Jan 20 all-day
1837 : First Locomotive Powered Train in Michigan
On Jan. 20, 1837, the Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad put the first locomotive ever to run on Michigan tracks into service on their 33-mile Adrian-to-Toledo route. Prior to the locomotive’s arrival, horses had pulled the … Continue reading "1837 : First Locomotive Powered Train in Michigan"
1880 : First International Telephone Line Connects Detroit and Windsor
1880 : First International Telephone Line Connects Detroit and Windsor
Jan 20 all-day
The first international telephone line in the world opened between Detroit and Windsor on Jan. 20, 1880. A year later, almost to the day, the Michigan State Telephone Co. (later Michigan Bell and now part … Continue reading "1880 : First International Telephone Line Connects Detroit and Windsor"
1975 : First College Commencement Exercises Within A Prison
1975 : First College Commencement Exercises Within A Prison
Jan 20 all-day
The first college commencement exercises held within a prison were held on January 20, 1975 in the State Prison of Southern Michigan when Jackson Community College conferred 20 associate degrees. Source : History of Jackson, … Continue reading "1975 : First College Commencement Exercises Within A Prison"
1988 : Supremes Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1988 : Supremes Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Jan 20 all-day
1988 : Supremes Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
On January 20, 1988 the Supremes were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Supremes rose from the poverty of Detroit’s Brewster housing project to become Motown’s most consistent hitmakers and the … Continue reading "1988 : Supremes Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame"
MLK Day : Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday
MLK Day : Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday
Jan 20 all-day
MLK Day : Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday
Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American Christian minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the Civil Rights Movement from 1955 until his assassination … Continue reading "MLK Day : Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday"
MLK Day : Five Myths About Dr. Martin Luther King
MLK Day : Five Myths About Dr. Martin Luther King
Jan 20 all-day
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is a historical figure every school child knows, one of the few from American history sculpted into a monument on the Mall. Yet much of his activism is misunderstood, … Continue reading "MLK Day : Five Myths About Dr. Martin Luther King"
MLK Day : Michigan and Martin Luther King, Jr.
MLK Day : Michigan and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Jan 20 all-day
As people across the country remember the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., we remember his visits to and influence on Michigan. Here are six historical nuggets about King and Michigan, ranging … Continue reading "MLK Day : Michigan and Martin Luther King, Jr."
MLK Day : Volunteering and Highlights from Awesome Stories Archive
MLK Day : Volunteering and Highlights from Awesome Stories Archive
Jan 20 all-day
MLK Day : Volunteering and Highlights from Awesome Stories Archive
Beyond all of his accomplishments, Dr. King left us an important question to ponder. “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?'” MLK Day, thus, is also a Day of … Continue reading "MLK Day : Volunteering and Highlights from Awesome Stories Archive"
1893 : The day Detroit’s ‘other’ train station opened its doors
1893 : The day Detroit’s ‘other’ train station opened its doors
Jan 21 all-day
1893 : The day Detroit's 'other' train station opened its doors
On January, 1893 the first train steamed into the stately old Union Depot in downtown Detroit. No, not that abandoned train station you see on all the ruin porn web sites. You know, Detroit’s other … Continue reading "1893 : The day Detroit’s ‘other’ train station opened its doors"
1915 : Birth of Kiwanis in Detroit
1915 : Birth of Kiwanis in Detroit
Jan 21 all-day
Kiwanis International, one of the great service organizations of the world, had its origin on January 21, 1915. On this date the State of Michigan issued a charter to a group of business and professional … Continue reading "1915 : Birth of Kiwanis in Detroit"
1969 : Police Shut Down Play at University of Michigan
1969 : Police Shut Down Play at University of Michigan
Jan 21 all-day
It was the Age of Aquarius. Or maybe not. Late in January, the University Activity Center sponsored a two-week Creative Arts Festival. One of the sponsored plays, Dionysus 69, fresh from New York City, was … Continue reading "1969 : Police Shut Down Play at University of Michigan"
1972 : Koegel’s Relocates Near Bishop Airport in Flint
1972 : Koegel’s Relocates Near Bishop Airport in Flint
Jan 21 all-day
1972 : Koegel's Relocates Near Bishop Airport in Flint
Not many businesses can say they have been around since the early 1900s, but not many businesses are like Koegel Meat Company. Albert Koegel came to the Flint area in 1916 to start his own … Continue reading "1972 : Koegel’s Relocates Near Bishop Airport in Flint"
1995 : Democratic Leader William Faust Dies
1995 : Democratic Leader William Faust Dies
Jan 21 all-day
Who gave the best farewell speech ever in the Michigan Legislature? Oh, without question the speech of former Senate Democratic leader William Faust in December 1994. It was the best. And in so many ways … Continue reading "1995 : Democratic Leader William Faust Dies"
2013 : Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway Resigns
2013 : Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway Resigns
Jan 21 all-day
Democratic-nominated Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway (right) resigned in 2013 after an ethics complaint was filed against her. She was subsequently sentenced to one year in prison for bank fraud after hiding assets to … Continue reading "2013 : Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway Resigns"
2013 : Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway Resigns
2013 : Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway Resigns
Jan 21 all-day
2013 : Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway Resigns
Democratic-nominated Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway  resigned in 2013 after an ethics complaint was filed against her. She was subsequently sentenced to one year in prison for bank fraud after hiding assets to allow … Continue reading "2013 : Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway Resigns"
2016: Time Makes 2-Year-Old Face Of Flint Water Crisis
2016: Time Makes 2-Year-Old Face Of Flint Water Crisis
Jan 21 all-day
2016: Time Makes 2-Year-Old Face Of Flint Water Crisis
Sincere Smith, 2, became the national face of the Flint water crisis today after Time magazine put the rashed toddler’s picture on its cover with the headline, “The Poisoning Of An American City.” Detroit Free … Continue reading "2016: Time Makes 2-Year-Old Face Of Flint Water Crisis"
National Squirrel Appreciation Day
National Squirrel Appreciation Day
Jan 21 all-day
National Squirrel Appreciation Day
Who knew? Squirrel Appreciation Day is here; like them or not. January 21st is the day to look at America’s favorite rodent as something other than pancake-flat road kill, a clever feeder-robber or free entertainment … Continue reading "National Squirrel Appreciation Day"
1813 : Battle of River Raisin (January 22)
1813 : Battle of River Raisin (January 22)
Jan 22 all-day
1813 : Battle of River Raisin (January 22)
Although American Brigadier-General Winchester’s American forces easily captured Frenchtown on January 18th, they were not prepared for the harsh northern winter and chose to remain there to recuperate and await reinforcement by General Harrison.  They … Continue reading "1813 : Battle of River Raisin (January 22)"
1969 : Governor George Romney Resigns to Join Richard Nixon’s Cabinet
1969 : Governor George Romney Resigns to Join Richard Nixon’s Cabinet
Jan 22 all-day
1969 : Governor George Romney Resigns to Join Richard Nixon's Cabinet
Governor George Romney resigned to serve as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Richard M. Nixon. Lieutenant Governor William G. Milliken of Traverse City served the rest of the term and was subsequently … Continue reading "1969 : Governor George Romney Resigns to Join Richard Nixon’s Cabinet"
2002 : K-Mart Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
2002 : K-Mart Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Jan 22 all-day
Troy based K-Mart filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy making it the biggest retailer to ever seek bankruptcy protection. In 2005, Sears would purchase K-Mart. However, 7 years later both K-Mart and Sears are continuing to … Continue reading "2002 : K-Mart Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy"
2007 : Pfizer Announces Closure of Three Michigan Research Facilities
2007 : Pfizer Announces Closure of Three Michigan Research Facilities
Jan 22 all-day
On January 22, 2007, Global pharmaceutical firm Pfizer Inc. anounced it was closing three research sites in the United States — Ann Arbor, MI, Esperion (also in Ann Arbor) and Kalamazoo, MI, displacing 2100 workers. … Continue reading "2007 : Pfizer Announces Closure of Three Michigan Research Facilities"
2016 : ‘20/20’ digs into Courser / Gamrat political scandal
2016 : ‘20/20’ digs into Courser / Gamrat political scandal
Jan 22 all-day
Michigan gained the national spotlight for a month last year with the sex scandal and misuse of taxpayer resources involving Tea Party politicians Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat. The tale will be told in detail … Continue reading "2016 : ‘20/20’ digs into Courser / Gamrat political scandal"
2019 : Philomena Mantella Becomes GVSU’s 1st Woman President
2019 : Philomena Mantella Becomes GVSU’s 1st Woman President
Jan 22 all-day
Grand Valley State University has selected a woman as the western Michigan school’s president for the first time in its history. The appointment of Philomena Mantella as the school’s president was unanimously approved Tuesday during … Continue reading "2019 : Philomena Mantella Becomes GVSU’s 1st Woman President"
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