Paul Razoux

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Paul Razoux
BornPaul Henry Razoux
February 26, 1889
Boston, Massachusetts
DiedNovember 13, 1979 (age 90)
Brockston, Massachusetts

Paul Henry Razoux (1889-1979), pronounced "Rahzoo", was a charter member of SAM Assembly No. 9 in Boston and was later it's Dean.[1]

Biography

In 1906 he had joined the Society of Boston Magicians (nicknamed "Sam Bailey's Mutts") and launched his career as a performer in magic. For the next ten years, Razoux toured throughout the United States on the Lyceum and Chatauqua circuits. He eventually married and settled him down to a life of a "semi-pro" with employment in the "Shoe City" of Brockton, Massachusetts. As SAM member number 901, he joined Assembly No. 9 on February 1, 1922, as a Charter Member [2]

Razoux was elected into the Society of American Magicians Hall of Fame.

References

  1. Obit, MUM, March 1980
  2. MUM, August 1979



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