Archive for January 2008

Radio Frequencies

January 31, 2008

RADIO FREQUENCIES


Michigan

Present Frequency in kc.

New Frequency March 29, 1921

WELL – Battle Creek
1420

1400
WBCM – Bay City
1410

1440
WHDF – Calumet
1370

1400
WJBK – Detroit
1500

1490
WJR – Detroit
750

760
WMBC – Detroit
1420

1400
WWJ – Detroit
920

950
WXYZ – Detroit
1240

1270
WKAR – East Lansing
850

870
WDBC – Escanaba
1500

1490
WFDF – Flint
880

910
WASH – Grand Rapids
1270

1300
WGRB – Grand Rapids
1200

1230
WLAV – Grand Rapids
1310

1340
WOOD – Grand Rapids
1270

1300
WJMS – Ironwood
1420

1450
WIBM – Jackson
1370

1450
WKZO – Kalamazoo
590
590
WJIM – Lansing
1210

1240
WMPC – Lapeer
1200

1230
WDMJ – Marquette
1310

1340
WKBZ – Muskegon
1500

1490
WCAR – Pontiac
1100

1130
WHLS – Port Huron
1370

1450
WEXL – Royal Oak
1310

1340
WSOO – S.S. Marie
1200

1230
WHAL – Saginaw
950

980
WSAM – Saginaw
1200

1230
WTCM – Traverse City
1370

1400

Source: Records of Executive Office, 1941-42 Van Wagoner Proclamations

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Quincy Mining Company

January 23, 2008

MINES AND MINING COPPER

Source:

1. Lake Superior News and Miners’ Journal, July 11, 1846. Two months in the Copper Region by Charles Whittlesey. Revised from first publication in National Magazine. February, 1846.

See also: RG 70-5 Records of the Department of Commerce, Securities Bureau. Securities Applications, Box 257, File # C-8335 Quincy Mining Company.

QUINCY MINING COMPANY

RG 46 Executive Office, Ferris

RG 56-11 Houghton County

RG 71-156 Chaput Collection, Corporation Annual Reports; Laws 1848, page 185; Laws 1850, page 90.

Streeter 2697

Michigan History Magazine v. 41 (1957), page 219-242.

Public Health Code HB 4070

January 23, 2008


Public Health Code HB 4070

Dept Public Health RG 86-79

House Committee on Public Health RG 81-13

Property Tax Law

January 23, 2008

Property Tax Law

PA 195 of 1889 p. 230-265.

Kintzing Pritchette

January 23, 2008

KINTZING PRITCHETTE

Came to Michigan under the favor of Governor George B. Porter, c. 1831.  Appointed Secretary of State by Mason.  Was a gentleman, neat and exact in dress, above medium height, straight, clean shaven, and a pair of spectacles added to the dignity of his port.  Richard R. Williott of Detroit says “I remember his personal appearance, which was certainly distinguished, and his peculiar name struck my childish imagination.”  He was a lawyer and an educated man, was appointed to the office of Bank Commissioner in 1838, and returned East after the close of Governor Mason’s Administration.  Nativity, Pennsylvania or New York (?).  Member of bar in Pennsylvania and Michigan.  According to National Archives, he was employed for some  years from 1853 through 1866 in W as appeal clerk on pensions in the Interior Department; as a special agent for Indian Affairs in the Dakotas, and in the Bureau of Military Justice in the War Department.  He also served as a private secretary to the Honorable Simon Cameron who was appointed to Minister to Russia in January, 1862.  B. Phil.  In 1867 he applied to President Johnson for consultantship to Batavia.

German Prisoners of War (WWII)

January 23, 2008

PRISONERS OF WAR – WORLD WAR II

See RG 66-73 – Records of Ionia County

Box 6 – Records relating to Emergency Farm Labor Program and Prisoner of War Camp, 1944-1945.

See also PICTORIAL HISTORY OF MICHIGAN, Vol. II, page 220. For view of prisoners of war (German) lined up for inspection at Fort Custer.

Preservation Supplier

January 23, 2008

PRIMARY SCHOOL FUND

RG 60-8

    Register of school lands in Michigan, n.d.

    Opinions from Attorney General, 1845-1929.

    Appraisals of primary school land, 1842.

    Certificates of sale of school lands, 1841.

    Survey notes of primary school lands, 1837-1865.

    Notices of assent and agreement to pay for university and primary school land, 1838.

    Notices of public sale of school lands, 1842-1865.

    Selections of state lands, 1839-1879.

    Letter to John D. Pierce showing amount of deficiency of school land in Monroe district, 1837.

RG 57-24

    Payments to counties on account of primary school apportionment, 1838-1917.

    State tax apportionments and primary school, 1838-1932.

RG 59-13

    Record of deeds conveyed subject to sale by state land office, 1839-1849.

RG 44

    School Lands, 1839-1861 (Box 140)