19th Street

Nineteenth Street extends from the Pavonia railroad switching yards, crossing River Avenue and proceeding north to Harrison Avenue. This street is situated in the area initially known as the Pavonia section, which is now part of Cramer Hill. The establishment of the street predates the 1887-1888 Camden City Directory, as it was already in existence by then.


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