17th Street


Seventeenth Street stretches from Harrison Avenue to River Avenue, located in the area formerly known as Pavonia, now part of Cramer Hill. All the addresses on this street are designated as North 17th Street. Additionally, there’s a South 17th Street in East Camden, which begins at Federal Street and extends southward across Carman Street, continuing to Admiral Wilson Boulevard.


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    Camden Courier-Post – Feburary 4, 1938 Four persons in a small coupe were injured last night when the machine crashed into a pole at Seventeenth Street and Admiral Wilson Boulevard during a dense fog. The car broke off a telephone pole at the base, strewing live wires on the highway. Traffic was detoured until the…

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