CLARENCE CAMERON WHITE
Customs House Museum / 200 South 2nd St. February 1 - March 7th
Clarence Cameron White
Clarence Cameron White was born August 10, 1879 in Clarksville, Tennessee to Dr. James W. White and Jennie Scott White. At age 8, he was given a violin by his grandfather. He went on to become one of America’s most exceptional composers and violinists of the first half of the twentieth century. White played many well-known concert halls in the United States and Europe. This exhibit features some of White’s personal items from the Museum collection.