Tag: Warren Webster

  • An Appreciation

    An Appreciation

    “An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man”—never were these oft-quoted words of Emerson more truly applicable than to my father. His character and personality are interwoven in every policy and method of Warren Webster and Company. Beginning his career when the use of steam was practically restricted to motive-power, Warren Webster saw its…

  • Warren Webster

    Warren Webster

    The building, now vacant and boarded up for many decades, once housed a company whose brand was once synonymous with excellence in its field, but has now faded into obscurity. In its prime, Warren Webster & Company was renowned for providing heating systems to plants, factories, and large buildings across the nation. They pioneered systems…

  • Hotel Walt Whitman

    Hotel Walt Whitman

    The Walt Whitman Hotel was a venture championed by the Greater Camden Movement, a coalition of business and civic leaders that began to coalesce shortly before and during World War I. They had proven highly effective in raising county-wide funds to support the American war effort. Post-war, their ambitious vision to invigorate economic recovery and…

  • Whiz Five to Clash with Peerless Foe

    Camden Courier-Post – November 12, 1930 Industrial League Starts Pennant Scramble at Convention Hall Annex Tonight All the tension connected with advance preparations will subside at 8 o’clock tonight when two of the eight teams in the Camden County Industrial League start the race for the 1930 championship. The opening event will be a clash…