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1920 in Michigan

House District 1: Democrat Frank Ellsworth Of Doremus. House District 2: Earl C. Michener Republican. House District 8: Joseph W. Fordney, Republican. House District 11: Frank D. Scott Republican. House District 7: Louis C. Cramton Republican. Ho ...

1924 in Michigan

House District 7: Louis C. Cramton Republican. House District 13: George Clarence. McLeod Republican. House District 12: Frank W. James Republican. House District 8: Bird J. Vincent Republican. House District 4: John S. Ketchum Republican. House ...

1925 in Michigan

House District 9: James E. McLaughlin, Republican. U.S. Senator from Michigan: James J. Couzens Republican. House District 3: Republican Arthur B. Williams. House District 8: Bird J. Vincent Republican. House District 1: Republican John B. Sosnow ...

1926 in Michigan

House District 8: Bird J. Vincent Republican. House District 6: Grant M. Hudson Republican. House District 13: George Clarence. McLeod Republican. A U.S. Senator from the state of Michigan, Woodbridge Nathan Ferris, a Democrat. House District 3: ...

1927 in Michigan

House District 3: Republican Joseph L. Hooper. U.S. Senator from Michigan: James J. Couzens Republican. House District 1: John B. Sosnowski Republican / Robert H. Clancy, A Republican. House District 6: Grant M. Hudson Republican. House District ...

1928 in Michigan

House District 4: John S. Ketchum Republican. House District 9: James E. McLaughlin, Republican. House District 12: Frank W. James Republican. House District 5: Carl E. Mapes, Republican. House District 11: Republican Frank P. Bon. U.S. Senator f ...

1929 in Michigan

House District 4: John S. Ketchum Republican. House District 7: Louis C. Cramton Republican. House District 10: Republican Roy O. Woodruff. House District 5: Carl E. Mapes, Republican. US Senator from Michigan, Arthur Vandenberg, the Republican. ...

1930 in Michigan

House District 1: Robert H. Clancy, A Republican. House District 10: Republican Roy O. Woodruff. House District 4: John S. Ketchum Republican. House District 7: Louis C. Cramton Republican. House District 13: George Clarence. McLeod Republican. H ...

1931 in Michigan

House District 5: Carl E. Mapes, Republican. House District 10: Republican Roy O. Woodruff. House District 3: Republican Joseph L. Hooper. U.S. Senator from Michigan: James J. Couzens Republican. House District 1: Robert H. Clancy Democrat. House ...

1932 in Michigan

House District 7: Republican Jesse R. Walcott. House District 12: Frank W. James Republican. House District 9: James E. McLaughlin, Republican. U.S. Senator from Michigan: James J. Couzens Republican. House District 13: George Clarence. McLeod Re ...

1933 in Michigan

House District 8: Michael J. HART, Democrat. House District 6: Seymour H. Person Republican / Claude E. Cady Democrat. House District 10: Republican Roy O. Woodruff. House District 13: George Clarence. McLeod Republican. House District 11: Frank ...

1934 in Michigan

House District 5: Carl E. Mapes, Republican. House District 3: Republican Joseph L. Hooper. House District 14: Carl M. Weideman Democrat. House District 9: Harry W. Musselwhite Democrat. House District 11: Prentiss M. Brown Democrat. House Distri ...

1935 in Michigan

House District 10: Republican Roy O. Woodruff. House District 7: Republican Jesse R. Walcott. US Senator from Michigan, Arthur Vandenberg, the Republican. House District 13: George Clarence. McLeod Republican. House District 14: Louis C. Rabaut, ...

1936 in Michigan

House District 14: Louis C. Rabaut, Democrat. House District 5: Carl E. Mapes, Republican. House District 1: George G. Sadowski Democrat. House District 6: Republican William Blackney V. John Dingell Senior House District 15 Democrat. House Distr ...

1937 in Michigan

House District 14: Louis C. Rabaut, Democrat. House District 16: John Lesinski Senior Democrat. U.S. Senator from Michigan: Prentiss M. brown Democrat. House District 4: Republican Clare Hoffman. House District 3: Paul W. Schaefer Republican. Hou ...

1938 in Michigan

Important news in Michigan during 1938 included: The displacement of the pendulum from Franklin D. Roosevelts "new deal" is a business of the Republican party dominated the November 8 election, including Frank Fitzgerald victory over incumbent Go ...

1939 in Michigan

U.S. Senator from Michigan: Prentiss M. brown Democrat. House District 10: Republican Roy O. Woodruff. House District 12: Frank Eugene Democrat Hook. House District 3: Paul W. Schaefer Republican. House District 4: Republican Clare Hoffman. House ...

1940 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the place of the States top news stories of 1940 as follows: Service of Matilda Dodge Wilson as the first woman to become a business Lieutenant Governor, a post she has ...

1941 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the place of the States top news stories of 1941 as follows: Detroit corruption convictions. One person the Grand jury investigation Wayne County judge Homer S. Ferguson ...

1942 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the seat of the States-top news, 1942, as follows: Dodge the mystery of death. On 13 August 1942, 43-year-old John Duval Dodge, Playboy, son of auto pioneer John Francis ...

1943 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the place of States news, 1943, as follows: The Republican conference on policy issues on Mackinac island 60 points. Tom survival the Harmons plane crashes in South Amer ...

1944 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the place of States news in 1944 as follows: Error to snap the counting of votes for the November election. Judge Leland Carrs Grand jury investigation of bribery in the ...

1945 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the place of the States top news stories 1945 as follows: The re-election of Edward Jeffries as the mayor of Detroits 54 points. Detroit Boxing plant fire 26 points. Con ...

1946 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the place of States news, 1946, as follows: Tornado that struck Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, June 17 and June 27, killing 15 and wounding dozens. A March 9 snowstorm th ...

1947 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the place of the States top news stories of 1947 as follows: Sale Detroit Tigers Hank Greenberg to the Pittsburgh 51 points. Terpenning killing 137 points. The decision ...

1948 in Michigan

The associated Press polled Editors of its newspaper members in Michigan and the place of States news, 1948, as follows: Federal prosecution of trade in motor vehicles Michigan 84 points. The December RAID on 300 Union men to strike-bound plants ...

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