James Court


James Court, a brief thoroughfare extending east from 114 Point Street between Pearl and Birch Street, featured merely six houses, all situated on the north side of the street. Documented in the 1863-1864 City Directory, James Court continued to be referenced until the 1919 Camden City Directory. However, by 1920, any mention of the street had vanished from official records. The construction of the Delaware River Bridge in the early 1920s completed the obliteration of any remnants that might have persisted of James Court.


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