Manuel Camus was a lawyer and a Senator (1928 to 1931). He was one of the founders
of the Boy Scouts movement in the Philippines
In 1899, Camus served as an interpreter and translator for the Provost Marshal General
of the United States Army.
Camus was a mason and in 1901, he became the only Filipino to be accepted by the
Americans in their Manila lodge.
His philanthropic and civic involvement included being organizer of the Boy Scouts
and YMCA movements in the Philippines and the Masonic Charities for Crippled Children.
16 October 1875
to 22 December 1949
Concepcion Felix - wife
National Boy Scout Movement 50th Anniversary
#1890, 28 Oct 1987
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