Anyone know about this one. It looks bogus http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7326043577 Ray refers to himself in the third person in the letter? He actually played 4th trumpet for Glenn Miller and was only with the Miller band 6 months before he went home to Cleveland and then joined the military. Perhaps Ray played the lead book in the GMO of the '70 and '80s. On the first larger band session lead by GM (1935) there sat just two trumpeters, Bunny Berigan and Charlie Spivak. When Glenn signed with Decca in 1937, which is more commonly known as Glenn's first orchestra, he had Charlie, Ralph Capelli and Chuck Peterson. (my teacher) Ray didn't record with GMO until late 1940. Hope his trumpet finds an appreciative home. How many musicians today know who Ray was or are familiar with his significant contribution to the entertainment industry?