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'''Ray Muse''' (1896 - 1965) was semi-professional magician from Los Angeles area, who performed as Amuso.
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'''Ray ''' (1896 - 1965) was semi-professional magician from Los Angeles area, who performed as Amuso.
  
Ray was teacher and mentor to [[Darrell Wilson]], [[Marvyn Roy]], Don Stewart, Dr. Neil & Jean Doren, John & Aurelia Pooley (Poo-Lee), and Steve Randolph.<ref>MUM, November 1958</ref><ref>Cover [[Genii 1945 March]]</ref><ref>Photo [[Genii 1952 February]]</ref>
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== Biography ==
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Muse was teacher and mentor to [[Darrell Wilson]], [[Marvyn Roy]], Don Stewart, Dr. Neil & Jean Doren, John & Aurelia Pooley (Poo-Lee), and Steve Randolph.<ref>MUM, November 1958</ref><ref>Cover [[Genii 1945 March]]</ref><ref>Photo [[Genii 1952 February]]</ref>
 
Ray was a National President of the [[Society of American Magicians]], a frequent contributor to [[Genii]] and did the Genii index for many years (1944 to 1963).<ref>Obit [[Genii 1965 October]]</ref>
 
Ray was a National President of the [[Society of American Magicians]], a frequent contributor to [[Genii]] and did the Genii index for many years (1944 to 1963).<ref>Obit [[Genii 1965 October]]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 08:01, 3 May 2014

Ray Muse

Cover of Genii (1945)
BornRaymond Fletcher Muse
1896
DiedNovember 15, 1965

Ray (1896 - 1965) was semi-professional magician from Los Angeles area, who performed as Amuso.

Biography

Muse was teacher and mentor to Darrell Wilson, Marvyn Roy, Don Stewart, Dr. Neil & Jean Doren, John & Aurelia Pooley (Poo-Lee), and Steve Randolph.[1][2][3] Ray was a National President of the Society of American Magicians, a frequent contributor to Genii and did the Genii index for many years (1944 to 1963).[4]

References

  1. MUM, November 1958
  2. Cover Genii 1945 March
  3. Photo Genii 1952 February
  4. Obit Genii 1965 October