Tag: Harry A. Moran

  • Hurley’s Department Store

    Hurley’s Department Store

    Founded in 1890, Hurley’s Department Store was a fixture in the Camden and South Jersey retail business scene until 1956, when the Hurley family closed the business. The business, originally called Gately & Hurley, was originally located in the old Wildey Hall at 4th and Pine Streets. Founder William Leonard Hurley assumed sole ownership in…

  • Merchants Here Join Hands in 3 Day Bargain Festival

    Merchants Here Join Hands in 3 Day Bargain Festival

    Camden Courier-Post – June 12, 1933 Camden merchants will unite during the last three days of this week to give South Jersey merchandise at unusually low prices. Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be known as “co-operation days.” The stores co-operating in this sales program will be open evenings to provide ample opportunity for patrons to…

  • Stores Will Join In Bargain Period

    Stores Will Join In Bargain Period

    Camden Courier-Post – June 9, 1933 Merchant’s Association Announces Plans for Three-Day Event A committee of the Merchants’ Cooperative Association, headed by Harry A. Moran, secretary and manager of the the Hurley Store, has announced a three-day co-operative promotion which will be known as Camden’s Co-operation Days. All merchants of this city have been invited…

  • 47 More Men Join League to Aid Baird

    47 More Men Join League to Aid Baird

    Camden Courier-Post – October 29, 1931 Professional and Business Leaders Back Camden Man for Governor Forty-seven more prominent professional and business men yesterday joined the Baird-for-Governor Business Men’s League and pledged themselves to work actively in interest of David Baird Jr., for governor, and add special impetus to his campaign. The league was organized this…