Martin W. Baskow
Martin W. Baskow was a small business owner in Camden, NJ who was brutally murdered in his bar on July 14, 1967. The case remains unsolved.
Arnold R. Cream (aka Jersey Joe Walcott)
Arnold Raymond Cream on January 31, 1914, outside of Camden NJ, later known as boxer Jersey Joe Walcott.
DuBell Lumber Company
In 1922 William, Charles, and grandson Lester went into business for themselves, founding the DuBell Lumber Company at 18th and Federal Street in East Camden.
The Nine-Thirty-Nine Bar, formerly a cigar shop, was a bar which was eventually razed after the brutal murder of its owner and the construction of Rt 676.
Thomas P. “Boston” Corbett
Born Thomas P. Corbett, Boston Corbett is known for killing John Wilkes Booth, President Lincoln’s assassin. Less known is that he lived in Camden, NJ.
Frank M. Lario, Sr.
Frank M. Lario was a 1930 graduate of the South Jersey Law School in Camden. A gifted artist, he drew several sketches for the school yearbook.
Abraham Lincoln and Boston Corbett (Digital Book)
A digitally scanned book called “Abraham Lincoln and Boston Corbett”
William Laute was born in Germany and lived on Fairview Street in Camden, NJ, where he operated a saloon and regularly had run-ins with the law.
Frank McLaughlin was born in Camden, New Jersey on July 11, 1900 to William McLaughlin Sr. and his wife the former Margaret Maguire.
LEON LUCAS was born in Camden, New Jersey on September 4, 1901, and in addition to being an Olympic boxer, he founded a well-known South Jersey restaurant.
Roy Street, ran east for one block from 7th to 8th Street, between Federal and Market Streets.