Finding Aid to the Helen Cameron Letter to Carter Glass 1918

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JONES MEMORIAL LIBRARY
2311 MEMORIAL AVENUE
LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 24501
(434) 846-0501
HELEN CAMERON LETTER TO CARTER GLASS 1918
Letter dated 22 October 1918 from Helen Cameron, of Petersburg, Virginia, residing at
the Hotel de Carillon in Paris involved in war relief work, inviting Carter Glass to lunch or
dinner to repay him for his assistance in helping her get to France.

HELEN CAMERON, 1870-1951
Helen Cameron was born in Petersburg, Virginia, 8 Feb. 1870, the daughter of George
Cameron (1839-1916) and Helen Dunn. George Cameron, 1839-1916, emigrated from Scotland
in 1858 and was a tobacconist in Petersburg. In 1917, Helen was residing in New York, N.Y. In
July 1917, she went to France for War Relief Work, sailing on the French line, from New York
on July 28, 1917. She maintained a temporary residence at the Hotel de Crillon, in Paris, France.
Helen Cameron died 30 Jan. 1951 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Her remains were buried
Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia.

MS1078

Dublin Core

Title

Finding Aid to the Helen Cameron Letter to Carter Glass 1918

Subject

Finding aids
Correspondence
Glass, Carter, 1858-1946
Cameron, Helen (1870-1951)

Description

Finding aid to the Helen Cameron Letter to Carter Glass 1918, held at Jones Memorial Library

Creator

George M. Jones Memorial Library

Publisher

George M. Jones Memorial Library

Date

2023

Rights

George M. Jones Memorial Library

Format

PDF file

Language

English

Identifier

MS1078FA

Citation

George M. Jones Memorial Library, “Finding Aid to the Helen Cameron Letter to Carter Glass 1918,” Digital Collections, accessed July 14, 2024, https://digitaljones.omeka.net/items/show/98.