Raym Washington

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Raym Washington.

(November 18, 1926 – November 16, 1959)

Raymond Willis “Raym” Washington, Jr., was a teenaged early Florida fan who was connected with Claude Degler’s Cosmic Circle — he was one of the few important fans who fell for Degler’s mishegoss. He used the publishing house Dixie Press, was a member of FAPA and published The Science Fiction Savant.

According to Harry Warner, Raym's younger sister, Mary Helen Washington, was also a fan. With Degler, they held the Live Oak Conference in early 1943.

Raym married Sally Hill Roberts in 1953. He died in 1959.

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Person Reasonator 19261959
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