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a. Note:   The New York Times--November 14, 1954 CONCERT TO HELP LIBRARY IN PARIS; American Institution Plans Nov. 30 Event -- Casadesus, Francescatti Will Play Persons interested actively in the American Library in Paris, Inc., (Mr. & Mrs. Robert N. Stevens) have arranged a concert for the night of Nov. 30 at Carnegie Hall for the benefit of the library. The artists at the forthcoming concert will be Zino Francescatti, violinist; Robert Casadesus, pianist, and Daniel Guilet of Guilet Quartet. Mrs. William B. Olmsted Jr. is American representative of the American Library in Paris, Inc. ************** The New York Times--October 5, 1956 ORCHESTRA GROUP TO GIVE LUNCHEON; Friends of the Philarmonic Planning Event to Be Held at Waldorf on Nov. 19--Mrs. Robert N. Stevens Plans for the sixth annual luncheon of the Friends of the Philharmonic were set in motion Wednesday at a meeting at the home of the benefit chairman, Mrs. A. Neil Lilley, at 1088 Park Avenue. *************** MARGARET STAMM STEVENS MANCHESTER BY-THE-SEA, Mass. -- Margaret Stamm Stevens, 92, the widow of Robert Nichols Stevens, Dartmouth Class of 1927, died in her sleep on Dec. 26, 1997. She was born in New Jersey on Aug. 12, 1905. A longtime resident of Willow Spring Circle in Hanover, Mrs. Stevens had been living for the last 2 1/2 years at Oakwood Nursing Home in Manchester-By-The-Sea. Burial was in the Stevens plot at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Mass. A memorial service took place at Bigelow Chapel in Cambridge on Saturday. Mrs. Stevens is survived by a daughter, Diane Stevens Creedon of Boston. Contributions may be made to the Robert N. Stevens 1927 Memorial Library Fund and sent to The Stewardship Office, Dartmouth College, 63 South Main St., Hanover, N.H. 03755. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.