Christine T. Brown, 84, librarian at Walters gallery
Christine T. Brown, a former Walters Art Gallery librarian, died Sunday of cancer at Roland Park Place. She was 84.
Mrs. Brown, who worked as a librarian at Enoch Pratt Free Library during the late 1930s, joined the Walters Art Gallery staff as librarian in 1950 and retired in 1967.
After retiring from the Walters, she became a member of Planned Parenthood, serving on its local and national boards.
The former Christine Taylor was born in Richmond, Va. She earned a bachelor's degree from Westhampton College, now part of the University of Richmond, and a master's degree in library science from the University of Illinois.
Interested in sailing, she served on many Deep Creek Lake and Chesapeake Bay race committees. She was a member of Severn Sailing Association and Deep Creek Yacht Club.
She was also a member of the Women's Hamilton Street Club, the L'Hirondelle Club and the Johns Hopkins Club.
In 1939, she married Stewart Brown, who died in 1981.
A reception will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at Roland Park Place, 830 W. 40th St.
She is survived by two sons, Walter Taylor Brown of Baltimore and George Stewart Brown of St. Leonard; and two grandsons.
Alicia A.P. Stevens, 46, native Baltimorean
Alicia Ann Parsons Stevens, a native Baltimorean and executive assistant for Applied Analytical Industries in Wilmington, N.C., died Friday at New Hanover (N.C.) Regional Medical Center of injuries suffered in an automobile accident. She was 46 and lived in Carolina Beach, N.C.
A memorial service was held Sunday. She is survived by her
husband, Gary W. Stevens, a daughter, Sara Elizabeth, and a son, Marcus Lee, all of Carolina Beach; her mother, Hilda Sauer Parsons of Baltimore; and two brothers, Charles L. Parsons II of Baltimore and the Rev. Merle L. Fisher of Ocean City.
Pub Date: 10/08/96