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Eva Fay

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Eva Fay
Eva Fay - New York Tribune (New York, NY) - 1910-07-03, p. 52.jpg
As seen in the New York Tribune (1910)
Alias(es) High Priestess of Mysticism
Born Eva N. Dean
26 March 1877(1877-03-26)
Missouri
Died 11 September 1931 (54) [1]
White Plains, Westchester Co., New York
Known for Thaumaturgy
Spouse(s) John Fay (m. 1897)[2][3]

Eva Fay (March 26, 1877 - September 11, 1931) was an American vaudeville performer and mind-reader who based her act on that of Anna Eva Fay, her mother-in-law. After the death of her touring partner and husband, John Fay, in 1908, she continued her act as a solo performer, at one point signing on under the management of Frank Evans, in addition to working as a stage actor, including a feature role in a play by Omar Sami called Old Hallowell's Millions produced by Vaughan Glaser in 1911.

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