Elisabeth Harting Percy, 102, a symphony violinist and...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

January 20, 1995

Elisabeth Harting Percy, 102, a symphony violinist and mother of former U.S. Sen. Charles Percy, died Sunday at her home in Seven Lakes, N.C. As a professional violinist, she toured the United States and Canada with orchestras and ensembles.

Ray Johnson, 67, who pioneered collages using images from popular culture, died Jan. 13 after jumping or falling from a bridge in New York. His art combined painting, lettering and found objects as well as abstract mosaic elements.

Kay Aldridge Tucker, 77, a philanthropist, actress and model who was one of the most photographed women in the country during the 1930s, died Jan. 12 in Camden, Maine. Her stage name was Kay Aldridge and she appeared on the covers of Life, Ladies Home Journal, Redbook and Look magazines.

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