Ines Acevedo-Camp (1916 - 1979)

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San Juan, San Juan County, Puerto Rico

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Curtis Camp

Curtis Camp

Virginia Irene Hull Camp & Irvin Camp

Virginia Irene Hull Camp & Irvin Camp

Mrs Anna Camp

Mrs Anna Camp

Stella D Camp

Stella D Camp

Unknown Woman, New York

Unknown Woman, New York

John and Bertha Rockwell Camp

John and Bertha Rockwell Camp

Bertha Rockwell Camp

Bertha Rockwell Camp

Seven Unknown Army Men

Seven Unknown Army Men

Sallie Camp

Sallie Camp

Sallie Camp

Sallie Camp

Cleve Camp - Chatt. Semi Pro Baseball

Cleve Camp - Chatt. Semi Pro Baseball

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1916 - In the year that Ines Acevedo-Camp was born, suffragette Jeannette Pickering Rankin became the first woman elected to the House of Representatives as a Representative at large from Montana. She was the first woman to hold an elected Federal office. Holding the office for two years, she ran again in 1940 and served another two year term. Montana had granted women unrestricted voting rights in 1914, 6 years before women got the vote nationally.

1943 - When she was 27 years old, on September 3rd, the Armistice of Cassibile was signed in Sicily. Under the terms of the Armistice, Italy surrendered to the Allied Powers. After the Armistice was made public on September 8th, Germany attacked and occupied Italy. It took 20 months of fighting for the Allies to reach the northern borders of Italy.

1952 - Ines was 36 years old when on July 2, Dr. Jonas E. Salk tested the first dead-virus polio vaccine on 43 children. The worst epidemic of polio had broken out that year - in the U.S. there were 58,000 cases reported. Of these, 3,145 people had died and 21,269 were left with mild to disabling paralysis.

1954 - When she was 38 years old, from April 22 through June 17th, the Army v. McCarthy hearings were held. The U.S. Army accused Roy Cohn (chief counsel to Senator McCarthy and later trusted mentor of Donald Trump) of blackmail. McCarthy and Cohn accused the U.S. Army of harboring communists. The Army allegations were found to be true. The U.S. Senate later censured McCarthy.

1979 - In the year of Ines Acevedo-Camp's passing, on November 4th, Iranian militant students seized the US embassy in Teheran and held 52 American citizens and diplomats hostage for 444 days. They were released at the end of the inauguration speech of the newly elected Ronald Reagan.

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Ines Acevedo-Camp passed away in November 1979 at 63 years old. No cause of death has been entered for Ines. She was born on October 5, 1916. There is no information about Ines's surviving family. We know that Ines Acevedo-Camp had been residing in San Juan, San Juan County, Puerto Rico.

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