February 1849, Crawford County, Ohio.
1925, Stamford, Connecticut.
Woodland Cemetery, Stamford, Connecticut.
Camp was the son of Hiram Camp and Almira Clark, and husband of Julia Adelaide Vail. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University, where he was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity (1866–68). He published church and Sunday school music, 1873–79, and became a dealer of school and college text books in 1879. He also served as organist of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York, and was a music and art critic for the Christian Advocate in New York. His works include:
- The Masonic Choralist (New York: H. C. Camp, 1878)
- Missionary Hymns, with Tunes (Boston, Massachusetts: American Baptist Publication Society, 1892)
- Primary Exercises for Sunday Schools (New York: Ward & Drummond, 1891)
- The Catalogue and History of Sigma Chi, 1855–1890 (Chicago, Illinois: Sigma Chi Fraternity, 1890), p. 610
- Findagrave, accessed 16 Jan 2018
- Are Your Souls the Savior Seeking?
- Birthday, a Birthday, A
- Living Fountain Ever Flowing
- Lord, to Thy Dear Name
- Now Our Voices Blending
- Only Leaves, and Yet the Summer
- Our Sunday School Is Over
- To Thy House, O Lord
- Song of the Old Church Bell
- Tell Papa to Meet Me in Heaven
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