4th Street

Store and Dwellings, S.W. Cor. 4th and Vine Streets, Camden, N.J. Damaged by Wind Storm, April 2nd, 1912

Fourth Street, an original street in Camden, has undergone significant expansion over the years. It now stretches uninterrupted from Chelton Avenue in the south to Pyne Point in North Camden, extending its original length.


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