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Camilla Young photograph album.
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137 photographs : col. ; 25 x 20 cm or smaller
134 photographs : b&w ; 25 x 18 cm or smaller
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Camilla Young was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey (United States of America) in 1946, and grew up in Woodbridge, New Jersey. Young was a professional writer, a fashion commentator, a consultant, and a model. She coordinated New Jersey's Miss Black America Pageant and judged other pageants.
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Photograph and scrapbook album containing photographs and other materials related to the early life of Camilla Young, an African American woman from New Jersey.
Photographs in album cover Young's life from her birth in 1946 to the early 1980s. First sheets include disbound pages from a commercial baby book written and illustrated by Tony Sarg (issued by New Library Inc. for Greenberg Publishers) filled in by Young's mother with Camilla Young's first photographs and baby accomplishments. Rest of sheets include photographs from Young's childhood, teenage, and adult years. Most photographs are ordered chronologically and range in fashion styles and locations. Photographs include family and friends gatherings, school events, celebrations and parties, holiday trips, and other moments in Young's life.
Album includes a newspaper clipping with an article about Young published in The News Tribune of Woodbridge Township (today the Central New Jersey Home News Tribune) from August 9, 1979, written by Donna Eastman. Also contains Young's certificate of merit for participation and outstanding performance in the Miss Black America Pageant of New Jersey.
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Purchased from Between the Covers Rare Books, Inc. in 2021.
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Camilla Young's name is spelled three different ways in album ("Camilla," "Camillia," and "Camilia"). Spelling chosen for finding aid was the one most consistently used throughout the album.
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Described by CGD in 2021.
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