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Smith, Helen Miller, nee Cameron, b.1933 (Dip. Social Study, Edinburgh University)



  • Existence: b.1933


Dip. Social Study 1955. Helen Cameron was awarded the James Carruthes Memorial Prize for both theoretical and practical sides of the course and shared the John Craigie Cunningham prize for her dissertation "A Study of the Household Expenditure in a Post-war Housing Scheme". She was worked in personnel management at Harrods and Fenwicks in London. She returned to Edinburgh and worked as a family case worker with Edinburgh Council of Social Service. She spent a year in medical social work in Canada before returning to Edinburgh in 1963 and completing the Psychiatric Social Work course.

Sources: Student Admission File, EUA; Edinburgh University calendar.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

C77 Cameron, Helen Miller (Mrs Smith), 1953-1964

 File — Box SW48
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/8/1/861
Scope and Contents

Dip. Social Study 1955. File contains: Enrolment form, application form, correspondence, placement reports.

Thesis: "A Study of the Household Expenditure in a Post-war Housing Scheme" [NB a copy of this does not survive in the file].

Dates: 1953-1964