It's no problem remembering some of Michigan's celebrities - Burt Reynolds, Stevie Wonder, Alice Cooper, Steven Seagal, Gerald Ford, and many, many others who became actors, musicians, singers, or politicians.

But what about the ones whose fame was fleeting? The ones that time seems to have swept under its rug? Those unique characters need some recognition, too. There are plenty of Michigan men and women who did amazing and/or distinctive things and should be brought-to-mind every now and then.

Below are five such people:
Harriet Quimby, Louie Moilanen, Roch Tybushewsky, Clem Sohn, and William Potts.
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