Tag: William J. Strandwitz

  • Camden Industries

    Camden Industries

    ABATTOIRS ADVERTISING POSTERS ART GLASS ASBESTOS ASPHALT AUTOMOBILES AUTO & TRUCK BODIES AUTO RADIATORS AUTO SPRINGS AUTO TOPS AUTO SUPPLIES AWNINGS BAKERIES BOAT BUILDERS-SHIPS AND YACHTS BOILERS BARRELS BOOKS AND BOOKBINDERS BOTTLERS BOXES BRASS CASTINGS BRICKS BRICK SEWER PIPES BROOMS, WHISK, ETC. BUILDING MATERIALS BURLAP BAGS CANDIES CAP MANUFACTURERS CARBIDE CAKES CARBON BLACK, ETC. CARPET…

  • 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…

  • Webster Elected Executive Head of Camden Boy Scouts

    Webster Elected Executive Head of Camden Boy Scouts

    Camden Courier-Post – February 1, 1938 30 Men Get Certificates as Leaders and Five Troops Receive Star Awards Trophy for Veteran Warren Webster, Jr., was elected president of the executive board of Camden County Council, Boy Scouts of America, at its annual dinner meeting last night. He succeeds J. William Markeim. The meeting was in…

  • Stone Ousted for Humanness

    Stone Ousted for Humanness

    Camden Courier-Post – June 3, 1933 ‘Gave Too Much Milk to Poor Children’ Jobless Union Hears Cramer Refuses Detailed Statement, but Intimate Ex-Director of Relief ‘Let His Heart Run Away With His Head’ Editorial: ‘-But the Greatest of These is Charity‘ appears on Page 10 Dr. Arthur L. Stone resigned as director of emergency relief…

  • 47 More Men Join League to Aid Baird

    47 More Men Join League to Aid Baird

    Camden Courier-Post – October 29, 1931 Professional and Business Leaders Back Camden Man for Governor Forty-seven more prominent professional and business men yesterday joined the Baird-for-Governor Business Men’s League and pledged themselves to work actively in interest of David Baird Jr., for governor, and add special impetus to his campaign. The league was organized this…

  • Stewart Calls Clergy for Relief Conference

    Stewart Calls Clergy for Relief Conference

    Camden Courier-Post – October 14, 1931 Mayor Roy R. Stewart announced yesterday he has invited members of Roman Catholic, Protestant and Jewish clergy to attend a meeting at 10:30 a. m. today in the city commission chambers to discuss unemployment relief. The mayor said he will ask the clergy of various denominations to cooperate with…

  • War Work Director Named

    War Work Director Named

    Philadelphia Inquirer – October 27, 1918 F. Morse Archer, president of the National State Bank, is to direct the Camden drive for the war work fund. Former Judge William T. Boyle and William J. Strandwitz are the vice chairmen; Walter J. Staats is the treasurer and E. A. Stoll and David S. Rash, Jr., are…