Tag: Morgan Boulevard

  • Fairview – Tracking History

    Fairview – Tracking History

    By Thomas A. Bergbauer, Retired Courier-Post Editor The Fairview section of Camden was the mother of all planned communities. It was born at the beginning of the “war to end all wars.” In 1917, when the United States entered World War I, the New York Shipbuilding Corp. on Broadway, owned by the American International Corp.…

  • Morgan Street

    Morgan Street

    Morgan Street is often mistaken for Morgan Boulevard, as they intersect each other. Morgan Street has also partially been renamed as Holtec Boulevard. Morgan Street stretches from Broadway, across from the former New York Shipbuilding Corporation shipyard, all the way to South 10th Street. It passes over the Pennsylvania Railroad (now Conrail) railroad tracks, South…

  • Morgan Boulevard

    Morgan Boulevard

    Morgan Boulevard is sometimes mistaken for Morgan Street, as they intersect each other. Initially, Morgan Boulevard ran exclusively south, starting from the intersection of Ninth and Morgan Streets, crossing Hunter and Olive Streets, and the Newton Creek, where it intersects with Yorkship Road and Tuckahoe Road. In later years, it was extended to Fairview Street,…

  • Babies Born in April Get B&L Stock Shares

    Camden Courier-Post – June 10, 1933 The first payment on one share of stock in the Kearsarge Building and Loan Association has been offered to parents of the following children born in the Fourteenth ward during the month of April:

  • Robbery Gang of 4 Given Long Terms

    Robbery Gang of 4 Given Long Terms

    Camden Courier-Post – October 20, 1931 Two Figured in Wounding of Cop and Slaying of Pal Four members of the notorious North Cramer Hill gang, two of them participants in the robbery in which one bandit was killed after wounding a city detective, were sentenced to state prison terms by Judge Samuel M. Shay yesterday.…