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George Hanst papers

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Abstract

Title:
George Hanst papers
Author/Creator:
Hanst, George H.
Collection number:
96-34
Size:
6.0 linear feet
Bulk dates:
1958-1988
Inclusive dates:
1958-1988
Collection Area:
State of Maryland and Historical Collections
Repository:
Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, Hornbake Library, College Park, MD 20742. Tel: 301-405-9212, Fax: 301-314-2709, Email: askhornbake@umd.edu
Abstract:

George Hanst, a Maryland native, worked for the Baltimore Evening Sun. He served as a copy writer for the newspaper and also covered the courtroom activities of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City. He is best remembered for his daily column "Court Docket." The Hanst collection consists of hand-written notebooks, as well as newspaper and headline clipping books.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

This collection is open for research.

Preferred citation:

George Hanst papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Publication rights:

Photocopies of original materials may be provided for a fee and at the discretion of the curator. Please see our Duplication of Materials policy for more information. Queries regarding publication rights and copyright status of materials within this collection should be directed to the appropriate curator.

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

George H. Hanst was born in Oakland, Garrett County, Maryland, on January 13, 1934. His father, George Herbert Hanst, was the editor of The Republican, a weekly newspaper. His mother was Polly Hanst, a 4-H Extension Agent, columnist for The Farmer's Wife (a national magazine that was later incorporated into the Farm Journal), and a home economics teacher at Northern High School.

After graduating from Oakland High School, Hanst attended Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, on a Senatorial scholarship. At Washington College, he was editor of the school newspaper, a member of Phi Sigma Kappa, and a member of the school's tennis team.

In 1956, a year after he graduated from Washington College, Hanst moved to Baltimore and joined the Baltimore Evening Sun as a copy boy. After a month, Hanst began writing high school sports stories.

In 1959, the Evening Sun assigned Hanst to cover crime in the police districts of Baltimore City. After a brief stint covering Anne Arundel County government, he was dispatched to the Court House. From 1967 to 1981, Hanst covered the Supreme Bench (now the Circuit Court) of Baltimore City during a time of immense change and drama. The court's caseload expanded exponentially during this period; the bench added its first female and African-American judges, and the legal system had its first African-American state's attorney. In addition, Hanst covered such momentous events as the round-the-clock trials held in the wake of the Baltimore riots that followed the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., in April 1968, and many notable cases of the period, including ones involving alleged municipal corruption. He became known for "Court Docket," the daily report that covered the most serious, dramatic cases handled by the Baltimore criminal courts as well as offbeat and funny issues that found their way to legal disposition. Hanst preferred that the stories in the "Court Docket" be unique: ones not obtained by his "competitors" at the Sun and the News American, but he insisted on covering every homicide case, even if the other papers did, because murder, he said, was "the ultimate crime." The public recognized Hanst for reporting the nicknames of many of the defendants, and his colleagues admired the precision and concision of his copy.

In 1981, Hanst became a copy editor for the Evening Sun, partially due to the fact that he was an authority on grammar, spelling, and street numbers in Baltimore City. No one had ever corrected his copy while he was working on "Court Docket," but he frequently sent notes to editors about mistakes he had found in the previous day's edition.

On June 17, 1967, Hanst married Barbara Mann. The couple had two children: Jonathan and Jennifer. Hanst was a member of the newspaper guild and was active in the affairs of the Ascension Evangelical Lutheran Church, where he was a member of the choir for twenty-five years. George H. Hanst died on January 6, 1995 at the age of sixty, of complications from a brain tumor that was diagnosed in 1993. He retired from the Evening Sun two weeks prior to his death.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The papers of George Hanst consist of three types of notebooks used by Hanst during his career and span the years 1958 to 1988. Included is a numbered set of spiral notebooks used by Hanst to take notes on events about which he would later write. One set of newspaper clipping books, consisting of newspaper articles from the Evening Sun pasted into 6"x 9" spiral notebooks, documents Hanst's entire journalistic career at the Evening Sun.

After Hanst became a copy editor for the paper in 1981, he kept headline clipping books of all of the articles with which he was involved. The collection also contains three editorial cartoons done by Hanst's colleague, Neil Grauer, depicting President Nixon and Vice President Agnew reading the "Court Docket" column.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

Barbara Mann Hanst donated the papers of George Hanst to the University of Maryland Libraries in 1995. Barbara Mann Hanst and Neil A. Grauer donated photographs in 2003.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed by Jennie A. Levine, May 2003. Revised by Jennie A. Levine, August 2003.

Processing note:

The reporters notebooks used by Hanst during his career were kept in their original format and placed in acid-free document cases. Hanst glued the newspaper clippings into standard spiral-notebooks. A piece of acid-free paper, 8.5 x 6 inches, was placed between each page to reduce further deterioration. The notebooks were then also placed in acid-free document cases. The headline clipping notebooks were kept in their original format without interleaving the pages with acid-free paper (placing acid-free paper between the pages causes damage) and placed in acid-free document cases.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD databse in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Henry Allen.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Reporters Notebooks, 1958-1981 (2 linear feet)

A set of 135 numbered notebooks comprise this series. Hanst used these standard, spiral notebooks to take notes on events about which he would later write. The notes are handwritten, and many items are scratched out. These notes may be directly tied to articles that eventually appeared in the Evening Sun. Though written cryptically, Hanst's notes provide insight into the thoroughness of his reporting. Notes in journal number 131, for example, indicate that a man stole a "stereo, TV, hair dryer, cold bottle of Canadian ale, two watches, hard-boiled egg." These notes eventually became the headline, "Hard-boiled egg leads to arrest, five-year term," (Evening Sun, October 20, 1980). Some of the notebooks were devoted to entire trials and are marked on the cover, such as the three notebooks relating to the "Watkins Trial" in 1978, in which a Baltimore police lieutenant colonel was under indictment for bribery and extortion.

Arrangement is numerical by notebook number.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Reporter Notebooks, 1958-1964 series 1box 1folder 1
September 11-October 16, 1958 series 1box 1folder 1item 1
October 17-November 19, 1958 series 1box 1folder 1item 2
November 19-December 20, 1958 series 1box 1folder 1item 3
December 22-January 20, 1958/1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 38
January 21-February 9, 1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 5
February 10-March 10, 1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 6
March 11-April 4, 1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 7
April 7-May 18, 1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 8
May 18-July 3, 1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 9
July 3-August 28, 1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 10
August 29-October 3, 1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 11
October 5-November 11, 1959 series 1box 1folder 1item 12
November 13-January 11, 1959/1960 series 1box 1folder 1item 13
January 12-March 11, 1960 series 1box 1folder 1item 14
March 11-April 22, 1960 series 1box 1folder 1item 15
April 22-June 13, 1960 series 1box 1folder 1item 16
June 13-August 6, 1960 series 1box 1folder 1item 17
August 6-October 24, 1960 series 1box 1folder 1item 18
October 24-December 17, 1960 series 1box 1folder 1item 19
December 19-February 15, 1960/1961 series 1box 1folder 1item 20
February 17-April 3, 1961 series 1box 1folder 1item 21
April 4-June 9, 1961 series 1box 1folder 1item 22
June 10-August 9, 1961 series 1box 1folder 1item 23
August 9-October 31, 1961 series 1box 1folder 1item 24
October 31-January 22, 1961/1962 series 1box 1folder 1item 25
January 22-April 7, 1962 series 1box 1folder 1item 26
April 7-June 4, 1962 series 1box 1folder 1item 27
June 4-August 3, 1962 series 1box 1folder 1item 28
August 4-October 24, 1962 series 1box 1folder 1item 29
October 24-January 12, 1962/1963 series 1box 1folder 1item 30
January 12-March 22, 1963 series 1box 1folder 1item 31
March 23-June 3, 1963 series 1box 1folder 1item 33
June 3-September 9, 1963 series 1box 1folder 1item 32
September 10-November 9, 1963 series 1box 1folder 1item 34
November 9-January 17, 1963/1964 series 1box 1folder 1item 35
January 18-March 20, 1964 series 1box 1folder 1item 36
March 21-May 19, 1964 series 1box 1folder 1item 37
Reporter Notebooks, 1964-1971 series 1box 2folder 1
May 20-July 29, 1964 series 1box 2folder 1item 1
July 29-October 26, 1964 series 1box 2folder 1item 2
October 26-January 25, 1964/1965 series 1box 2folder 1item 3
January 26-March 18, 1965 series 1box 2folder 1item 4
March 18-June 15, 1965 series 1box 2folder 1item 5
June 16-October 14, 1965 series 1box 2folder 1item 6
October 14-December 13, 1965 series 1box 2folder 1item 7
December 14-February 25, 1965/1966 series 1box 2folder 1item 8
February 28-April 13, 1966 series 1box 2folder 1item 9
April 14-June 8, 1966 series 1box 2folder 1item 10
June 9-November 16, 1966 series 1box 2folder 1item 11
November 16-February 23, 1966/1967 series 1box 2folder 1item 12
Guild, 1966/1967 series 1box 2folder 1item 13
February 24-April 12, 1967 series 1box 2folder 1item 14
April 13-July 18, 1967 series 1box 2folder 1item 15
July 19-September 28, 1967 series 1box 2folder 1item 16
September 28-November 8, 1967 series 1box 2folder 1item 17
November 8-January 10, 1967/1968 series 1box 2folder 1item 18
January 11-February 19, 1968 series 1box 2folder 1item 19
February 20-April 18, 1968 series 1box 2folder 1item 20
April 19-June 13, 1968 series 1box 2folder 1item 21
June 14-September 11, 1968 series 1box 2folder 1item 22
September 11-November 14, 1968 series 1box 2folder 1item 23
November 14-January 14, 1968/1969 series 1box 2folder 1item 24
January 14-February 20, 1969 series 1box 2folder 1item 25
February 21-April 17, 1969 series 1box 2folder 1item 26
April 17-July 9, 1969 series 1box 2folder 1item 27
July 9-September 19, 1969 series 1box 2folder 1item 28
September 19-December 2, 1969 series 1box 2folder 1item 29
December 2-April 23, 1969/1970 series 1box 2folder 1item 30
March 16-July 27 (Salisbury, Bel Air, Ellicott City), 1970 series 1box 2folder 1item 31
April 23-June 18, 1970 series 1box 2folder 1item 32
June 18-September 17, 1970 series 1box 2folder 1item 33
September 17-December 3, 1970 series 1box 2folder 1item 34
December 3-January 12, 1970/1971 series 1box 2folder 1item 35
January 12-February 25, 1971 series 1box 2folder 1item 36
February 25-April 7, 1971 series 1box 2folder 1item 37
April 7-May 20, 1971 series 1box 2folder 1item 38
May 21-July 12, 1971 series 1box 2folder 1item 39
Reporter Notebooks, 1971-1977 series 1box 3folder 1
July 13-October 11, 1971 series 1box 3folder 1item 1
October 11-December 7, 1971 series 1box 3folder 1item 2
December 8-February 17, 1971/1972 series 1box 3folder 1item 3
February 17-March 30, 1972 series 1box 3folder 1item 4
March 31-July 3, 1972 series 1box 3folder 1item 5
July 3-November 13, 1972 series 1box 3folder 1item 6
November 13-January 30, 1972/1973 series 1box 3folder 1item 7
January 30-March 23, 1973 series 1box 3folder 1item 8
March 23-June 20, 1973 series 1box 3folder 1item 9
June 20-October 31, 1973 series 1box 3folder 1item 10
October 31-January 4, 1973/1974 series 1box 3folder 1item 11
January 7-April 1, 1974 series 1box 3folder 1item 12
April 1-April 25 (Arey Trial), 1974 series 1box 3folder 1item 13
April 26-May 21, 1974 series 1box 3folder 1item 14
May 21-August 9, 1974 series 1box 3folder 1item 15
August 12-November 26, 1974 series 1box 3folder 1item 16
November 26-March 21, 1974/1975 series 1box 3folder 1item 17
March 24-May 20, 1975 series 1box 3folder 1item 18
May 20-July 23, 1975 series 1box 3folder 1item 19
July 23-October 24, 1975 series 1box 3folder 1item 20
October 27-January 20, 1975/1976 series 1box 3folder 1item 21
January 21-March 9, 1976 series 1box 3folder 1item 22
March 9-April 23, 1976 series 1box 3folder 1item 23
April 26-July 21, 1976 series 1box 3folder 1item 24
July 22-October 21, 1976 series 1box 3folder 1item 25
October 22-January 18, 1976/1977 series 1box 3folder 1item 26
January 19-March 15, 1977 series 1box 3folder 1item 27
March 16-May 4, 1977 series 1box 3folder 1item 28
May 4-July 7, 1977 series 1box 3folder 1item 29
July 7-November 9, 1977 series 1box 3folder 1item 30
Reporter Notebooks, 1977-1981 series 1box 4folder 1
November 9-February 8, 1977/1978 series 1box 4folder 1item 1
February 8-April 12, 1978 series 1box 4folder 1item 2
April 12-June 20, 1978 series 1box 4folder 1item 3
June 20-October 10, 1978 series 1box 4folder 1item 4
October 10-November 13 (Watkins Trial), 1978 series 1box 4folder 1item 5
November 13-December 28 (Watkins Trial), 1978 series 1box 4folder 1item 6
December 29-February 21, 1978/1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 7
February 21-March 15, 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 8
March 15-April 17, 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 9
April 17-June 18, 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 10
June 18-July 16 (Watkins #2), 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 11
July 16-September 17, 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 12
September 17-October 12 (Swisher), 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 13
October 12-October 29 (Swisher), 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 14
October 29-November 1, 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 15
November 1-November 13 (Swisher), 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 16
November 13-November 19 (Swisher), 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 17
November 19-November 27 (Swisher), 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 18
November 27-December 18 (Swisher), 1979 series 1box 4folder 1item 19
December 18-February 5, 1979/1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 20
February 5-March 12, 1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 21
March 13-April 16, 1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 22
April 16-May 23 (Welzant Trial), 1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 23
May 23-June 16 (Welzant Trial), 1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 24
June 17-September 4, 1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 25
September 4-October 23, 1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 26
October 24-November 17, 1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 27
November 17-December 16, 1980 series 1box 4folder 1item 28
December 16-January 20, 1980/1981 series 1box 4folder 1item 29

Series 2: Newspaper Clipping Books, 1957-1981 (2.50 linear feet)

During his career at the Evening Sun, George Hanst kept a file of clippings of all of his articles that appeared in print. Throughout his career, Hanst bought 6" x 9" spiral notebooks at the drugstore and clipped and pasted the articles into the volumes. He annotated the articles on the rare occasions when he found an error in the print version. These notebooks document Hanst's career; as a staff writer, his name often was not attached to the column or articles that he wrote. From 1957 to 1959, Hanst primarily covered high school and college sports in Baltimore County. Even in those early articles, Hanst displayed a keen wit; a headline for a Baltimore County high school track and field talent read "Cinder Marks Seen Due to Mass Assault" (Evening Sun, April, 1958).

Hanst began writing his famous "Court Docket" series in 1967. In the column, he reported on cases that went through the Baltimore City court system, covering crimes such as burglary, rape, murder, beatings, arson, riots, and "moral" trials on topics including the nature of pornography and exotic dancers in Baltimore. Truth is stranger than fiction in court reporting, and some of the more catchy headlines include "Change of Sex Asked by Killer," "Melted Crayons Help to Draw Prison Portrait," and "162-Pound Man Pleads Guilty to Slaying 205-Pound Spouse." The clipping books also show how no crime is really new. In 1980, nineteen years before the massacre of 12 teen-agers and one teacher at the hands of two of students in Littleton, Colorado, three Baltimore teenagers were arrested for shooting guns in the Eastern High School cafeteria during a crowded lunch period (Evening Sun, July 11, 1980).

Arrangement is chronological.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Newspaper Clipping Books, 1957-1969 series 2box 1folder 1
1957-May 10, 1960, 1957-1960 series 2box 1folder 1item 1
1957-May 10, 1960 [loose papers], 1957-1960 series 2box 1folder 1item 2
June 1960-July 20, 1965, 1960-1965 series 2box 1folder 1item 3
July 1960-September 1962, 1960-1962 series 2box 1folder 1item 4
September 1962-December 1963 (reporting), 1962/1963 series 2box 1folder 1item 5
December 1963-July 6, 1966 (reporting) (from 1964-only on-scene or unusual reports), 1963-1966 series 2box 1folder 1item 6
July 21, 1966-September 11, 1967, 1966/1967 series 2box 1folder 1item 7
September 12, 1967-August 16, 1969, 1967-1969 series 2box 1folder 1item 8
Newspaper Clipping Books, 1969-1973 series 2box 2folder 1
August 19, 1969-April 21, 1970, 1969/1970 series 2box 2folder 1item 1
April 22, 1970-December 26, 1970, 1970 series 2box 2folder 1item 2
December 28, 1970-July 23, 1971, 1970/1971 series 2box 2folder 1item 3
July 23, 1971-February 4, 1972, 1971/1972 series 2box 2folder 1item 4
February 5, 1972-July 9, 1972, 1972 series 2box 2folder 1item 5
July 11, 1972-January 25, 1973, 1972/1973 series 2box 2folder 1item 6
Newspaper Clipping Books, 1973-1976 series 2box 3folder 1
January 26, 1973-July 25, 1973, 1973 series 2box 3folder 1item 1
July 26, 1973-January 17, 1974, 1973/1974 series 2box 3folder 1item 2
January 18, 1974-May 30, 1974, 1974 series 2box 3folder 1item 3
May 31, 1974-December 4, 1974, 1974 series 2box 3folder 1item 4
December 6, 1974-May 28, 1975, 1974/1975 series 2box 3folder 1item 5
May 28, 1975-September 26, 1975, 1975 series 2box 3folder 1item 6
September 27, 1975-April 27, 1976, 1975/1976 series 2box 3folder 1item 7
Newspaper Clipping Books, 1976-1979 series 2box 4folder 1
April 28, 1976-December 7, 1976, 1976 series 2box 4folder 1item 1
December 7, 1976-June 9, 1977, 1976/1977 series 2box 4folder 1item 2
June 9, 1977-February 3, 1978, 1977/1978 series 2box 4folder 1item 3
February 4, 1978-October 13, 1978, 1978 series 2box 4folder 1item 4
October 14, 1978-March 19, 1979, 1978/1979 series 2box 4folder 1item 5
March 20, 1979-September 1, 1979, 1979 series 2box 4folder 1item 6
Newspaper Clipping Books, 1979-1981 series 2box 5folder 1
September 5, 1979-January 29, 1980, 1979/1980 series 2box 5folder 1item 1
January 29, 1980-June 6, 1980, 1980 series 2box 5folder 1item 2
June 28, 1980-January 7, 1981, 1980/1981 series 2box 5folder 1item 3

Series 3: Headline Clipping Books, 1981-1988 (1 linear feet)

In early 1981, George Hanst stopped writing the "Court Docket" column and became a copy editor for the Baltimore Evening Sun. He continued to maintain clipping notebooks, but only of the headlines of the articles that he edited. These headlines represent articles from all parts of the Evening Sun, including national stories.

Arrangement is chronological.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Headline Clipping Books, 1981-1984 series 3box 1folder 1
January 7, 1981-August 4, 1981, 1981 series 3box 1folder 1item 1
August 5, 1981-February 15, 1982, 1981/1982 series 3box 1folder 1item 2
February 17, 1982-October 14, 1982, 1982 series 3box 1folder 1item 3
October 15, 1982-May 3, 1983, 1982/1983 series 3box 1folder 1item 4
May 3, 1983-December 13, 1983, 1983 series 3box 1folder 1item 5
December 13, 1983-May 29, 1984, 1983/1984 series 3box 1folder 1item 6
May 29, 1984-December 19, 1984, 1984 series 3box 1folder 1item 7
Headline Clipping Books, 1984-1988 series 3box 2folder 1
December 20, 1984-May 23, 1985, 1984/1985 series 3box 2folder 1item 1
May 23, 1985-January 16, 1986, 1985/1986 series 3box 2folder 1item 2
January 17, 1986-September 10, 1986, 1986 series 3box 2folder 1item 3
September 11, 1986-June 2, 1987, 1986/1987 series 3box 2folder 1item 4
June 3, 1987-February 23, 1988, 1987/1988 series 3box 2folder 1item 5
February 23, 1988-November 8, 1988, 1988 series 3box 2folder 1item 6

Series 4: Editorial Cartoons, 1973-1974 (3 items)

This series consists of three editorial cartoons drawn by Hanst's colleague, journalist Neil Grauer. The three cartoons feature President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew reading Hanst's "Court Docket" column. One cartoon, dated August 7, 1973, shows Nixon speaking to a distraught-looking Agnew: "Just because you like reading Hanst's 'Court Docket' doesn't mean you ought to start APPEARING in it!"

Arrangement is chronological.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Editorial Cartoons, 1973-1974 series 4box 1folder 1

Series 5: Photographs, 1977-1988 (7 items)

This series consists of five photographs taken by Ara Crowe of Hanst at work for the Baltimore Evening Sun. One of the photographs shows Hanst at work in the city room of the Evening Sun ca. 1988; a newspaper with the headline "It's all Bush; Democrats Split" is on the table in front of him. Another shows Hanst at his desk in the press room at the Mitchell Courthouse in Baltimore, flanked by Neil Grauer and Ted Hendricks. Hendricks is holding a copy of the Baltimore Sun from 1977, with a front page announcing "Lance resigns as budget director." Other photographs are similar, with Hanst sitting at his desk from various angles. The clippings on the wall in the background of the court house photographs are items that Hanst found amusing. The "bumper stickers" on the wall were actually cut outs from several campaign stickers that Hanst rearranged into more amusing word combinations. An additional photograph, taken by Neil A. Grauer in 1972, shows Hanst at his desk and the beginning of the wall ornamentation. Grauer also provided a photograph of the court house press corps in 1973.

Arrangement is chronological.

The box inventory for this series is not currently available online. Please refer to the series description above for a broad description of the materials or contact the department for more information.

Series 6: Memorabilia, ca.1980 (1 item)

This series consists of one white, medium-sized, T-shirt, 50% cotton, 50% polyester, with an editorial cartoon by Neil Grauer on the front. The cartoon depicts George Hanst talking on an old-fashioned telephone, wearing a press hat, with the caption "Hello Sweetheart" below and "The Evening Sun" above, in black lettering.

This item is filed under memorabilia number 1589.

The box inventory for this series is not currently available online. Please refer to the series description above for a broad description of the materials or contact the department for more information.

Related Material

The Baltimore Evening Sun is available on microfilm in McKeldin Library (Microfilm AN41.16 .E9). The University of Maryland Libraries has several works by Neil Grauer, including: Wits and Sages: Jack Anderson, Russell Baker, Erma Bombeck, Jimmy Breslin, David Broder, Art Buchwald, William F. Buckley, Jr., Ellen Goodman, James J. Kilpatrick, Carl T. Rowan, Mike Royko, George F. Will (McKeldin Library Stacks PN4871.G7 1984) and Baltimore: Jewel of the Chesapeake: a Contemporary Portrait (Maryland Folio F189.B15G73 1991).

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