Tag: Cedar Street

  • Litwin Brother’s Market

    Litwin Brother’s Market

    801 Elm Street, Camden, NJ. The story of the Litwin family is a testament to the entrepreneurial spirit and resilience. Isadore and Reba Litwin, originally from Russia, settled in Philadelphia before World War I. By 1930, they were residing at 2510 South 9th Street with their three children: Edward, Philip, and Sylvia. Isadore already owned…

  • George B. Anderson

    George B. Anderson

    George B. Anderson was appointed to the Camden Fire Department on September 18, 1872 as a replacement extra man with Engine Company 2. He took the place of William S. Davis, who had been promoted to Engineer. He resigned on April 20, 1874 after having been appointed to the Police Department from Camden’s Fourth Ward.…

  • Sentenced in Sink Theft

    Camden Courier-Post – February 12, 1938 Arrested at Second and Main streets with a sink in their possession, two youths were given suspended six-month sentences yesterday by Police Judge Mariano. The youths, Owen Norris, 19, of 422 Cedar Street, and Richard St. John, 19, of 843 Grant Street, told Detectives William Casler and Harry Tyler…

  • Wife Biffed by Husband Wins Decree for Divorce

    Camden Courier-Post – June 21, 1933 A husband who celebrated St. Patrick’s Day, 1932, by singing I’ll Give You Something to Remember Me By and handing his wife a swift left to the chin, lost a divorce action yesterday. Charging extreme cruelty was Mrs. Minnie Alfred, of 444 Atlantic Avenue, Camden. Advisory Master in Chancery…