Ray C. Higgs
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(November 8, 1906 -- October 1975)
Ray C. Higgs (known as Racy), who lived in Connersville, Indiana, was a member of The National Fantasy Fan Federation (N3F) and a member of its Board, and was editor of the club's principal fanzine during 1947-1949, and then again in the 1950s. For a time he also edited Postwarp. He received the first Kaymar Award in 1959.
Higgs was very active in fandom during the 1940s-1950s, belonging to SAPS, NAPA, FAPA, and VAPA, in addition to N3F.
His many activities in fandom are chronicled in Harry Warner's All Our Yesterdays (1969) and A Wealth of Fable (1992).
- Chairman Sneary of B. D. Says
- Dis and Dat
- The Explorer (for the ISFCC, only some issues)
- Fan Den
- His and Hers
- National Fantasy Fan (some issues; for the N3F)
- Postwarp (some issues; for the N3F)
- Sounding Off 
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