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Robert Stuart (Stu) Jamieson (February 26, 1922 – September 23, 2006) was a musician, author, engineer, inventor, and patent agent. He was a dual-citizen of both Canada and the United States, and served in the 90th Chemical Mortar Battalion of the U.S. Army during the Second World War. As a musician, he is credited with preserving Anglo-American, African-American, and Chinese folk music for the Library of Congress in addition to publishing several records in the United States.

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  • Robert Stuart (Stu) Jamieson (February 26, 1922 – September 23, 2006) was a musician, author, engineer, inventor, and patent agent. He was a dual-citizen of both Canada and the United States, and served in the 90th Chemical Mortar Battalion of the U.S. Army during the Second World War. As a musician, he is credited with preserving Anglo-American, African-American, and Chinese folk music for the Library of Congress in addition to publishing several records in the United States.
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  • Orlando, Florida, U.S.
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  • Jamieson with a 5-string banjo
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  • Musician, writer, engineer, inventor, patent agent
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  • Robert Stuart (Stu) Jamieson (February 26, 1922 – September 23, 2006) was a musician, author, engineer, inventor, and patent agent. He was a dual-citizen of both Canada and the United States, and served in the 90th Chemical Mortar Battalion of the U.S. Army during the Second World War. As a musician, he is credited with preserving Anglo-American, African-American, and Chinese folk music for the Library of Congress in addition to publishing several records in the United States.
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