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Eleanor Cranston Fowle Cameron

Eleanor Cranston Fowle Cameron, American writer. Chairman Democratic State Women, California, 1966-1980; officer Democratic State Central Committee, 1966-1980; president Foothill-De Anza Community College Foundation, 1980-1990, board directors, 1996-1998; board directors Stanford University Founding Grant Society, since 1980; trustee Hidden Villa, Los Altos Hills, California, since 1996.

Background

  • Cameron, Eleanor Cranston Fowle was born on November 22, 1909 in Palo Alto, California, United States. Daughter of William McGregor and Carol Edith (Dixon) Cranston.

  • Education

    • Student, Stanford University, 1931.

    Works

    • Author: Cranston, The Senator from California, 1980.

    Religion

    Denomination: Congregationalist

    Membership

    Chairman Democratic State Women, California, 1966-1980. Officer Democratic State Central Committee, 1966-1980. President Foothill-De Anza Community College Foundation, 1980-1990, board directors, 1996-1998.

    Board directors Stanford University Founding Grant Society, since 1980. Trustee Hidden Villa, Los Altos Hills, California, since 1996.

    Personality

    Interests

    Travel, politics, community activist.

    Connections

    • Married John Miller Fowle, June 19, 1929 (deceased April 1983). Children: Michael, Linda Fowle Burke. Married Donald Churchill Cameron, August 25, 1984 (deceased November 1996).
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    Born November 22, 1909
    Died May 21, 2008
    (aged 98)
    • 1931
      Stanford University