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I just read of the passing of SF photographer Jay Kay Klein. I am certain he photographed Ray on more than one occasion, but ask some quick web searching I have been unable to locate any specific images.

Ray's friend Harlan Ellison, writing on his own website, posted a short tribute to Jay Kay. (It's impossible to post a direct link to the exact post, so I'll paste it below.)

R.I.P. JAY KAY KLEIN

Notice of the passing of photographer (longtime fan historian) Jay Kay Klein, via Spider Robinson's post, should not be taken lightly. If there has been one person who preserved our genre's past, and the likenesses of our icons, it was good friend Jay Kay, always there when you needed a photo, a fount of accurate information. His passing is a landmark; not a happy one; but one that all should pass a moment of silent memory to honor, for a lifetime of service and camaraderie to an infinitude of the grateful among us.

Goodby, Jay Kay, old dear.

Yr. grateful pal, Harlan


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Donna Summer

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31...a-summer-dead-at-63/


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Robin Gibb joins Donna Summner

http://www.usatoday.com/life/p...gibb-obit/55097560/1


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Yet another milepost on the end of an era. RIP.
 
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Doug Dillard.

Jump in where you can and hang on!


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OMG that is SO SAD! I was just playing the Dillards' music the other day in memory of George Lindsay!
 
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SF writer and editor K.D. Wentworth.


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just playing the Dillards' music

Times sure seemed better back then...
Peace!
 
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just playing the Dillards' music

Times sure seemed better back then...
Peace!


I've been obsessed with that concept since 1973 and am tempted to write a book about it.
 
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Etan Patz took final leave of his home 33 years ago tomorrow, and at last there is an arrest. http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_n...c-boy-etan-patz?lite
 
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just playing the Dillards' music

Times sure seemed better back then...
Peace!

I think they were.


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RIP, legendary fantasy artist Leo Dillon, co-illustrator (among many many other things) of Ray Bradbury's SWITCH ON THE NIGHT.



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So sorry to hear about Doc Watson! Another legendary player gone so soon after Earl Scruggs!
 
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RIP, legendary fantasy artist Leo Dillon, co-illustrator (among many many other things) of Ray Bradbury's SWITCH ON THE NIGHT.


I've seen a few obituaries for Leo Dillon, but the one from the NEW YORK TIMES best describes his relationship with his wife and collaborator, Diane Dillon. Until I read this article I had no idea about how they worked, how they met, or what motivated their approach:

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05...dies-at-79.html?_r=2


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Pickin' for the angels. As they say.


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