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Mitchell H Cohen - 1936-10-21
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Mitchell H. Cohen

Mitchell Cohen was a prominent figure in Camden, New Jersey, with a long career as a lawyer and judge.

Lawrence T Doran - 1930-04-01
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Lawrence T. Doran

Larry Doran helped crack several famous cases, helping send killers Walter Dworecki and William John Stephan to New Jersey’s electric chair. He was involved with most every major investigation in Camden County for a quarter of a century.

Post Office at NW Corner of 3rd and arch streets, Camden, NJ. Circa 1890
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A History of Post Offices in Camden

Post Offices in Camden were established in 1803 and the first was called Cooper"s Ferry Post Office, under which name it continued until 1829 when it was changed to Camden. The office was first located in the hotel at the foot of Cooper street.

Benjamin Dzick Appointed Judge 01
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Dzick Appointed Judge of Camden Municipal Court

Camden Courier-Post – May 16, 1950 Prosecutor Replaces DiMona; Anthony Lario Is Chosen Benjamin J. Dzick, city…

Gustav A Koerner being inducted as the chief of the Camden police department
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Koerner Made Police Chief; Carroll, Mattison Promoted

Camden Courier-Post – November 29, 1949
Capt. Gustav Koerner, youngest of six men holding that rank in the department, today was named Camden police chief.

Howard Unruh Arrest Camden Courier-Post, Sept. 7, 1974. William E. Kelly is on the roof.
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Veteran Kills 12 in Mad Rampage on Camden Street

Howard B. Unruh, a mild, soft-spoken veteran of many armored artillery battles in Italy, France, Austria, Belgium and Germany, killed twelve persons in East Camden this morning.