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 Samuel Higby Camp

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Samuel Higby Camp

Birth
Jackson County, Michigan, USA
Death
24 Nov 1944 (aged 73)
Jackson, Jackson County, Michigan, USA
Burial
Jackson, Jackson County, Michigan, USA
Plot
Blk 6 Range 4 Lot Adj 2 (owner Ella H Camp)
Memorial ID
23429439 View Source

Son of Henry & Ella (Higby) Camp.

Groom's Name: Samuel H Camp
Groom's Age: 46 years
Groom's Birth Date: 1872
Groom's Birthplace: Jackson
Bride's Name: Mary M Hammond
Bride's Age: 49 years
Bride's Birth Date: 1869
Bride's Birthplace: Jackson
Marriage Date: 29 Jun 1918
Marriage Place: Jackson, Jackson, Michigan
Groom's Father: Henry N
Groom's Mother: Ella M Higby
Bride's Father: Josiah T
Bride's Mother: Whitmore
Film Number: 2342726
Digital Folder Number: 4210018
Image Number: 428
Reference Number: v 10 p 43 rn 394

S.H. Camp Co., founded by Samuel Higby Camp in 1908 at 141-147 W. Pearl St. After a fire destroyed its 259-263 W. Main St. facilities in 1927, it moved to the former home of the American Lady Corset Co. on Washington Street. The Goodwin Corset was Camp's leading seller during the company's early years. The company survived by adapting its business to therapeutic and prosthetic support garments and devices.

Son of Henry & Ella (Higby) Camp.

Groom's Name: Samuel H Camp
Groom's Age: 46 years
Groom's Birth Date: 1872
Groom's Birthplace: Jackson
Bride's Name: Mary M Hammond
Bride's Age: 49 years
Bride's Birth Date: 1869
Bride's Birthplace: Jackson
Marriage Date: 29 Jun 1918
Marriage Place: Jackson, Jackson, Michigan
Groom's Father: Henry N
Groom's Mother: Ella M Higby
Bride's Father: Josiah T
Bride's Mother: Whitmore
Film Number: 2342726
Digital Folder Number: 4210018
Image Number: 428
Reference Number: v 10 p 43 rn 394

S.H. Camp Co., founded by Samuel Higby Camp in 1908 at 141-147 W. Pearl St. After a fire destroyed its 259-263 W. Main St. facilities in 1927, it moved to the former home of the American Lady Corset Co. on Washington Street. The Goodwin Corset was Camp's leading seller during the company's early years. The company survived by adapting its business to therapeutic and prosthetic support garments and devices.


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