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2019 

Realtors:Stop losing your “just missed” clients to your competition. Non-QM alternative mortgage solutions offers customized mortgage products that best fits your client’s circumstances. Place borrowers with solid incomes and low credit risk into homes utilizing products such as bank statement pr...
02/25/2019
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02/19/2019
On this day, February 15th in 1902, Russian American businessman and inventor, Morris Michtom (pictured above) and his wife Rose invented the Teddy Bear.  They were inspired by a political cartoon in the Washington Post of President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt having compassion for a bear at the e...
02/15/2019
On this day, February 14th in 1912, Arizona became the 48th state admitted to the U.S. and last of the contiguous states to be admitted.  On the same day, George W. P. Hunt (pictured above) was sworn in as the first governor of Arizona, serving a total of seven terms and was also President of the...
02/14/2019
  On this day, February 13th in 1920, Andrew “Rube” Foster (pictured below), owner and manager of the Chicago American Giants, led the establishment of the National Negro League, the first long-lasting African-American professional baseball league.  Foster was also generally considered to be one ...
02/13/2019
On this day, February 12th in 1878, Frederick W. Thayer, captain of the Harvard Baseball team patented his “catcher’s mask”. Before then, catchers didn’t wear any equipment and Thayer needed to find a way to protect their catcher, James Tyng’s face and head from life-long injuries from foul tips....
02/12/2019
On this day, February 11th in 1812, Eldridge Gerry, then governor of Massachussetts, signed into law a redistricting plan designed to keep his political party in power for the upcoming election. When the law passed, reportedly the editor of the Boston Gazette, compared the shape of Gerry’s distri...
02/11/2019
On this day, February 10th in 1863, Charles Sherwood Stratton, better known by his stage name "General Tom Thumb" (height 2 ft. 11 in.), married Lavinia Warren (height 2 ft. 8 in.) in New York City (pictured above). The couple met and gained great fame while employed as performers under circus pi...
02/10/2019
On this day, February 9th in 1895, the first volleyball game was played at a YMCA in Holyoke, Massachusetts.  The inventor of the game was the YMCA athletic director, William G. Morgan (pictured above) who originally called the game “Mintonette” due to its similarity to badminton.  Many of the me...
02/09/2019
On this day, February 8th in 1910, William D. Boyce (pictured above) a wealthy Chicago publisher incorporated the Boy Scouts of America.  Boyce was a multi-millionaire by the early 1900s and he insisted on looking after the welfare of about 30,000 newspaper delivery boys who were key to his succe...
02/08/2019
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