New Camden Brewery

New Camden Brewery, Philadelphia Inquirer, March 27, 1904

Philadelphia Inquirer – March 27, 1904

Joseph Baumgartner, of Sioux City, Ia., to Build $200,000 Plant

Joseph Baumgartner, of Sioux City, Ia., has purchased two acres of land at Bulson street and Chelten avenue, Camden, N. J., from the Camden Manufacturers’ Land Company for $20,000, upon which he intends to build a modern brewing plant.

Architects and Engineers Goelle, Speth & Co., of this city, have been commissioned to prepare plans and specifications for a new plant, which it is reported will cost about $200,000.

The buildings that will constitute the plant will include a large brewery, storage house, grain elevator, offices and stables. The reason for Mr. Baumgartner locating in Camden is because of its excellent water.


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