22nd Street

Twenty-Second Street starts in the area formerly known as the Pavonia section, now part of Cramer Hill, and extends to Federal Street in East Camden. Its existence was noted in the 1887-1888 Camden City Directory, indicating it was established by then. The street commences at Harrison Avenue, proceeds southward, crosses River Road, passes through the Pavonia railroad switching yard, and stretches from Howell Street to its terminus at Federal Street.


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