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  • 1890 Review of Camden, New Jersey – Part 10

    1890 Review of Camden, New Jersey – Part 10

    FRANK MESTER, IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER 4th AND ARCH STREETS. This is one of the most widely known houses in the town, it having had an established reputation for the sale of unadulterated wines and liquors. The business was established may years ago by Mr. George Ooetz, who successfully ran the business until 1877,…

  • Arthur H. Holl

    Arthur H. Holl

    Arthur Holl, born in 1887, was a notable undertaker, businessman, and political figure in Camden, NJ, with his business and political legacy continuing posthumously.

  • Mickle Street

    Mickle Street

    MICKLE STREET was named after John W. Mickle, a prominent figure in both local and State affairs in the 1840’s and 1850’s.

  • Broadway


    Broadway, once hailed as the “Mall of South Jersey,” emerged as Camden’s bustling commercial and cultural spine, reflecting the city’s dynamism and diversity. Stretching southwest from 6th Street to Ferry Avenue and beyond to Gloucester City, Broadway epitomized urban vibrancy and vitality during Camden’s industrial zenith. In the wake of the Civil War, Camden embarked…