Tag: Grant Street
Joseph A. Alcorn
JOSEPH A. ALCORN was born in Camden, New Jersey in February of 1919 to Mary and William Alcorn. He was the youngest of eight children, coming after James G., William Joseph, Rose, Marie Frances, Thomas J., Genevieve, and Rita. The family came to Camden some time after 1914. By 1918 they had settled at 906 North 9th Street in North Camden, near the Highland woolen mills at North 10th and State Streets. William Alcorn was a foreman at the mill, and his two oldest sons also worked their when they became of age.
13 Given Oath at City Hall as New Firemen
Thirteen new firemen were sworn in today by Safety Director E. George Aaron in ceremonies at City Hall.
4 Hurt as Auto Strikes Pole Strewing Live Wires on Road
Camden Courier-Post – Feburary 4, 1938 Four persons in a small coupe were injured last night when…
Fireman Overcome in Blazing Cellar
Bravery on the part of Policeman Harry Bakleyy and Fireman Harry Anderson perhaps saved the life of Fireman Joseph Logue, of the No 4 house when he was overcome with smoke in the cellar at the home of John Holloway, 218 Grant street last night. Logue after being pulled from out of the cellar was revived and was able to resume his duties.