Historic Camden, NJ
When it comes to gauging success by the durability and global reach of one’s manufactured creations, John Dialogue undeniably stands as one of Camden’s most notable figures.
John H. Dialogue the ship builder of worldwide renown died yesterday afternoon at his residence. Heart disease was the cause of death.
A paper mill with a capacity of 45 tons of paper a month was erected on Cooper’s creek, north of Federal Street and extending from the creek to Twelfth Street, then known as Paper Mill Road.