March 15, 2005
| Henry C. Hibbs|
| 1034 First Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.|Cameron School Wikipedia
The Cameron School is a historic school building in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Construction began in 1939, and it was completed in 1940. It was built as a project of the Public Works Administration. It was designed by architect Henry C. Hibbs in the Gothic Revival architectural style. It was named in honor of Henry Alvin Cameron, a science teacher and World War I casualty. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since March 15, 2005.