According to management, the Portolo business has doubled since Miss Cameron's arrival. In appreciation, the local billboards are plastered with announcements of her presence, under the guidance of Charles Bowman who is responsible for her reappearance on vaudeville.
Cameron performs three character songs, one a high-class ballad and the other two offered in the garb of an unsophisticated country maid. The comedy numbers are "Help, Help, Help" and "Heaven Will Protect a Working Girl."
As one of her listeners remarked, "Grace Cameron is the best attraction in California at present."
Her soprano voice is one of the best to touch vaudeville.
Variety 22:4 (04/01/1911)