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[[Maurice Francois Raymond]] (May 10, 1879 - January 27, 1948), born Maurice "Morris" Saunders in Akron, Ohio, toured the world as [[The Great Raymond]].
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[[Maurice Francois Raymond]] (1879 -  1948) toured the world as [[The Great Raymond]].
  
 
He began performing as a young man in the United States, but achieved success first in England.  
 
He began performing as a young man in the United States, but achieved success first in England.  

Revision as of 12:54, 25 January 2011

Maurice F. Raymond
BornMaurice "Morris" Saunders
May 10, 1879
Akron, Ohio
DiedJanuary 27, 1948 (age 68)
New York City, New York
Resting placeSection O, Lot 5 of Glendale Cemetery in Akron, Ohio
Maurice Francois Raymond (1879 - 1948) toured the world as The Great Raymond.

He began performing as a young man in the United States, but achieved success first in England.

He played in the Vaudeville circuits and in 1910 he made a tour of Australia, spending considerable time in the Far East. He also visited Japan, China, Manila and Hawaii.

One act that Mr. Raymond was known for was his "Mytempsicosis — fastest trunk escape in the world", performed with his wife, Lipzka.

Raymond was sponsored into the S.A.M. by Houdini in 1921.

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References

  • Obituary Bat No. 51, page 366