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Connie Haines (Yvonne Marie Antoinette JaMais, Savannah, Georgia, January 20, 1921 – September 22, 2008, Clearwater Beach, Florida) was an American singer. Connie Haines learned to sing from her mother, a voice and dance teacher. Living in Jacksonville, she began performing on the radio before the age of ten. In 1931, she appeared over NBC radio as Baby Yvonne Marie, the Little Princess of the Air, sang with Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra one year later, and in 1934 won a vocal contest on The Fred Allen Show.
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