Tag: Hatch School

  • Jesthroe Hunt

    Jesthroe Hunt

    Jesthroe Hunt’s life story is deeply intertwined with the history of Camden, New Jersey, and serves as a testament to the city’s cultural and societal evolution throughout the 20th century. Born on August 3, 1920, in Conway, South Carolina, to Benjamin and Ella Hunt, Jesthroe Hunt moved with his family to Camden in the late…

  • William S. Gimello

    William S. Gimello

    William Savera Gimello is the son of the late Rocco “Rox” Gimello and Caterina Scogna. His father, known locally as the coach of the Camden Collegians, a semi-pro baseball team in the 1930s and 1940s, was also active in VFW affairs and politics. Born on January 1, 1928, at 270 Mount Vernon Street in Camden,…

  • James E. Bryan

    James E. Bryan

    In 1899, Dr. Bryan was appointed as the superintendent of Camden’s public schools, a position he held for an impressive tenure until 1931. During his tenure, he played a vital role in shaping the educational landscape of the city.

  • BOARD OF EDUCATION SHIFTS 14 TEACHERS

    BOARD OF EDUCATION SHIFTS 14 TEACHERS

    Camden Courier-Post – February 1, 1938 The Camden Board of Education last night approved transfers of 14 teachers, the appointment of two new instructors and the retirement on pension of two others.

  • Employee Charges E.C. Cades with Attempt to Kill

    Employee Charges E.C. Cades with Attempt to Kill

    Walter Devlin testified yesterday that Edwin Cades invited him out for an automobile ride, alighted somewhere to look at a soft tire and struck him on the head.