Fletcher, Charlotte Goldsborough 1915-2006

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Fletcher, Charlotte Goldsborough 1915-2006


See index for CA sketch: Born December 11, 1915, in Cambridge, MD; died of pneumonia, March 29, 2006, in Annapolis, MD. Librarian and author. Fletcher was a retired librarian from the St. John's College Library in Annapolis, Maryland, where she also wrote on Maryland's history and about her college. She earned a B.A. from Hollins College in 1935, and her bachelor's in library science from Columbia University in 1939. Before coming to St. John's, she was a librarian at the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, then spent three years at the Talbot County Free Library. From 1944 until her retirement in 1980, she worked at St. John's, where she was popular with both teachers and students and was known for her passion for the game of croquet. Over the years, she published a number of articles about Maryland and St. John's College, but only released one book; Cato's Mirania: A Life of Provost Smith(2002).



Washington Post, April 10, 2006, p. B6.

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