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Photographic slides of Constitutional Convention 1961-1962

(These slides were taken by Dorothy Judd; the descriptions are hers. The slides, formerly stored in 2 boxes, are now in slide sleeves. Each slide indicates the slide box and its number within the box.)

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"ConCon takes root": spruce seedlings provided by the Michigan Landscape Association were favors at the banquet given for the delegates by the Constitutional Preparatory Commission June 1962

(1-1)

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"Constitution Hall: a part of the Lansing Civic Center remodeled to accommodate the Convention."

(1-2)

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Constitution Hall.

(1-3)

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President Stephen S. Nisbet on the rostrum.

(Judd comment: "A compromise candidate -- but one whom everyone trusted -- and came to love. Without such a man we might well have never achieved a new constitution.")

(1-4)

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Vice-President George Romney at his seat, Marjorie Frances McGowen and Edward Austin McLogan in front.

(1-5)

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Vice-President Tom Downs speaking from the floor.

(1-6)

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Vice-President Edward Hutchinson presiding, below is Secretary Fred I. Chase, Bernard Apol (Administrative Assistant to the President) and Bernice Tucker (Secretary to the President).

(1-7)

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The Convention celebrates Fred I. Chase's 40th wedding anniversary.

(1-8)

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The Press Gallery, Carl Rudow at desk of William Kulsea of the Detroit News

(1-9)

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ConCon goes on TV

(1-10)

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Visitors' Gallery.

(1-11)

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Special ConCon library provided by the State Library, Delegate Frank O. Staiger Jr. at work.

(1-12)

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Pages John Paul Dykstra, Jr.; L. Wayne Ferry; Kern Tomlin; Alan Johnston; Frederick Grasman

(1-13)

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Page Kern Tomlin gets a book for a delegate.

(1-14)

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The Kent County delegation with Nisbet and Chase: Left to right Paul Gordon Goebel; Ella Demnick Koeze; Walter Dale DeVries; Robert H. Blandford; Dorothy Leonard Judd; Robert Speer Tubbs; John Butlin Martin

(1-15)

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Delegate Paul Gordon Goebel, Grand Rapids

(1-16)

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Chairman Richard Campbell Van Dusen of the Committee on Rules and Regulations.

(1-17)

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Chairman John Hannah of the Committee on Legislative Organization.

(1-18)

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Chairman Martin of the Committee on the Executive Branch.

(1-19)

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Chairman John Danhof of the Committee on the Judicial Branch.

(1-20)

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Chairman D. Hale Brake of the Committee on Finance and Taxation (with wife).

(1-21)

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Chairman Arthur G. Elliott of the Committee on Local Government.

(1-22)

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Chairman Alvin M. Bentley of the Committee on Education.

(1-23)

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Chairman Frank G. Millard of the Committee on Emerging Problems.

(1-24)

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Chairman James K. Pollock of the Committee on Declaration of Rights, Suffrage and Election.

(1-25)

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Chairman William B. Cudlip of the Committee on Style and Drafting.

(1-26)

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Delegates John E. McCauley, Wyandotte; Paul Robert Mahinske, Detroit; Richard David Kuhn, Pontiac

(1-27)

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Delegates McGowan, McCauley.

(1-28)

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Delegate Raymond L. King, Pontiac

(1-29)

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Delegates Katherine Cushman and McLogan with President Nisbet.

(1-30)

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Delegates Nick James Rajkovitch, Traverse City; Roy C. Howes, Copemish

(1-31)

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Delegate William O. Green of Detroit debating "search and seizure"

(1-32)

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Party, McCauley speaking.

(1-32a)

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Delegate Charlie Follo and his bride give cause for celebration by members of the Local Government Committee and others.

(1-33)

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Delegate Elmer L. Radka, Rogers City presents a gift.

(1-34)

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"The guest of honor with Cushman and David Frederick Upton, St. Joseph."

(1-35)

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Delegate Cushman with her husband Ed at the Follo party.

(1-36)

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The Finches (Francis Finch) and the Radkas honor Follo.

(1-37)

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Chairman Danhof supporting his Judicial Branch proposals.

(1-38)

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Judge Tom Dehnke, vice-chairman of Committee on Legislative Organization.

(1-39)

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Judge Dehnke, vice-chairman of Committee on Legislative Organization.

(1-40)

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Committee on Legislative Organization works on apportionment, with John Hannah presiding.

(2-1)

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Delegate James K. Pollock.

(2-2)

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Delegate Weldon O. Yeager explains a proposed map.

(2-3)

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Two prominent CIO leaders and delegates: Robert G. Hodges, Detroit; William C. Marshall, Taylor

(2-4)

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"The hardest working committee in ConCon, thanks to John Hannah!"

(2-5)

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A proposed apportionment map.

(2-6)

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Another proposed apportionment map.

(2-7)

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"Proponents of County Home Rule conspire in Pollock's room" Left to right: Pollock, Follo, Joseph Don Lawrence, Judd, Cushman.

(2-8)

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Glenn Allen, Cushman.

(2-9)

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Follo, Tweedy, Allen, McCauley, Upton.

(2-10)

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McCauley, McLogan.

(2-11)

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"The 'Three BBBs' take over and kill constitutional County Home Rule": Brake (center), Peter L. Buback (left) and Martin W. Baginski.

(2-12)

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"Brake presents a consolation prize to the 'Young Radicals,' (the young liberal Republicans who favored County Home Rule": Left to right: King, DeVries, Clyne Ward Durst, not identified, Eugene Wanger.

(2-13)

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Wanger, Hazen van den Berg Hatch, McLogan, Upton, Tweedie.

(2-14)

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"ConCon burns the midnight oil"

(2-15)

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Local Government Committee celebrates when their work is done (Follo, Allen, Cushman)

(2-16)

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Julius Charles Sleder, Cushman, McCauley.

(2-17)

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McCauley, Tweedie, Judd, McLogan.

(2-18)

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McLogan, Judd, Baginski, Finch.

(2-19)

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The Finches and the Radkas.

(2-20)

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The Tweedies (Sanfor Martin Tweedie III, Port Huron)

(2-21)

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George Thomas Sharpe III, Finch, not identified, Elliott.

(2-22)

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The Farnsworths. (James S. Farnsworth, Allegan)

(2-23)

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Baginski and Buback.

(2-24)

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Charles Figy and Allen.

(2-25)

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Committee on Style and drafting prepares the proposed constitution for 3rd reading.

(2-26)

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May 11. "Father Malcolm Dade invokes God's help"

(2-27)

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May 11. "The delegates watch the red and green lights flash for the third reading of the whole constitution."

(2-28)

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May 11. "The big board tells the story."

(2-29)

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May 11. Count the votes: Yeas 99, Nays 44, 1 abstaining.

(2-30)

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Committee on Public Information writes the "Address to the People." Chairman Ink White second from left.

(2-31)

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"The News Media reports the big news!"

(2-32)

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"The delegates are off and running -- for the next election, November, 1962."

(2-33)

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"And the ConCon spruces keep on growing."

(2-34)

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"Postscript: The ConCon spruces are hale and hearty still in 1975."

(2-35)

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Steno pool.

(2-36)

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1960 population by county.

(2-37)

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1970 population by county with per cent and totals.

(2-38)

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County per cent population 1960.

(2-39)

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Senate and House concentric zones

(2-40)

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Social-economic geographic areas, William Hanna plan. Senate-House.

(2-41)

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House -- 110 "straight pop" with county lines.

(2-42)

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House -- 110-.7 County lines, equal proportions. 1960

(2-43)

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House Minority -- 115 Report. On county lines.

(2-44)

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House Chart per cent plans.

(2-45)

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Per cent House plans.

(2-46)

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Pollack Senate plan

(2-47)

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Romney Senate apportionment plan

(2-48)

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House 110-.7 Apportionment Committee Map.

(2-49)

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Bill Hanna, McCauley.

(2-50)

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Land area -- county percentages.

(2-51)

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League of Women Voters, plan II, Senate.

(2-52)

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Senate minority report on county lines.

(2-53)

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Present Senate Amendment. 1952

(2-54)

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League of Women Voters no. I, Senate.

(2-55)

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Population, Senate, 40 seats. 1970

(2-56)

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Faxon -- Senate, using county lines.

(2-57)

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Present House districts -- Detroit.

(2-58)

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Senate chart.

(2-59)

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Wm. Hanna [plan] Senate 39 [Senators], 80-20 per cent. 1970

(2-60)

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House -- 101 population, no moiety, using county lines. 1960

(2-61)

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House districts, Kent County, now, with some annotations.

(2-62)

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House districts, Kent County before annexations

(2-63)

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Grand Rapids annexations.

(2-64)

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House -- 50 per cent moiety.

(2-65)