A collection of family correspondence and papers touching on the life of English photographer Julia Margaret Cameron (active
1860s-1870s), though derived from the estate of her son, Hardinge Hay Cameron, around whom much of the materials revolve.
They document the personal, legal, and financial aspects of the family through letters, journals, documents, photographs,
art work, and other materials.
Julia Margaret Cameron was an English photographer whose work dated from 1864 to the 1870s; she was known especially for her
portraits. Born and raised in India, she continued to live in Calcutta after her marriage in 1838 to the jurist Charles Hay
Cameron; from 1846-1875 they lived in England, and then in Sri Lanka (Ceylon) until their deaths. Their son, Hardinge Hay
Cameron, was private secrtary to Sir William Gregory, governor of Ceylon from 1872-77. He married Catherine Macintosh Macleod
(known as Kitty) in 1879 or 1880, and later married Adeline Blake, daughter of George Pilkington Blake. Another son, Henry
Herschel Hay Cameron, was also a photographer.
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