In North Camden, York Street stretches from Delaware Avenue to 10th Street. Several streets intersect with York Street, including Beach Street, Point Street, Front Street, Howard Street, as well as the numbered streets ranging from 2nd to 10th.
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In North Camden, York Street stretches from Delaware Avenue to 10th, intersecting with Beach, Point, Front, Howard, and others.
VINCENT ARIEL TYDEMAN was a professional baseball player, vaudeville acrobats, born in Camden to Edmund and Sarah Tydeman,.
My father, Joseph A. Alcorn, had a used car dealership on the corner of 15th and Federal Streets. He started the business with Skip Gardner as his partner in the late 40’s and bought Skip out during that same period. Alcorn Motor Sales was a vibrant business. I recall visiting Art Sharp and Bill Mason…
Petitions for highway safety measures or improvements usually come from adult individuals or organizations. But there is an 11 year old boy in North Camden changing that.
Camden Daily Courier – November 15, 1890 Camden builders do not seem to be deterred by the fear of financial panic or an idea that the McKinley bill presages disaster in business. New operations are in progress, and several extensive ones are contemplated early in the coming year.
On June 7, 1866 Camden’s City Council enacted an ordinance reorganizing the volunteer fire service to improve efficiency in operations. This ordinance provided for increased compensation to the fire companies (Weccacoe and Independence got $800 per annum to be paid quarterly, the Weccacoe and Shiffler Hose companies and the United States Fire Company received $200…