Mrs. Neumann taught history and geography at Friends School from 1956 until retiring in 1985. In 1984, Mayor William Donald Schaefer presented the Baltimore Citizen Citation to Mrs. Neumann in recognition of "28 years of outstanding accomplishments" in urban studies and instilling in her students "immense pride in their city."
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Mrs. Neumann was also a civil rights activist and worked for racial justice, fair housing and international peace. She and her husband helped desegregate the National Theatre in Washington and joined a vigil at Fort Detrick protesting chemical, biological and radiological warfare experiments.
She also worked with the American Friends Service Committee, the Congress of Racial Equality and Baltimore Neighborhoods Inc. She was on the board of the McKim Center at her death.
She was an avid flower and vegetable gardener and swam laps daily until she was 92, family members said.
Plans for a memorial gathering to be held at the Stony Run Friends Meeting are incomplete.
Mrs. Neumann is survived by two sons, Gregory A. Neumann of Mount Washington and Christopher R. Neumann of Delta, Pa.; and six grandchildren.