A. M. Mucci VFW Post 2685
The A.M. Mucci Post 2685, Veterans of Foreign Wars was named for Private Angelo Mucci who was killed in action while serving with the United States Army in France during World War I.
The Antrim Hardware Company operated on Federal Street in East Camden for almost 100 years, before being bought up by a Philadelphia based firm in the mid-1980s.
Eavenson and Levering Company
Founded in 1902 by Alban Eavenson and J. Walter Levering in Philadelphia, the Eavenson & Levering plant scoured wool so it could be processed into yarn.
Diamond Cottage Park
Diamond Cottage Park may well have been the first real city park in Camden from the 1880s until the early 1920s, when the park was paved over to make room for the Delaware River (Ben Franklin) Bridge.
Isaac Anderson was primarily known as a Camden Firefighter from 1872 to around 1888, suffering an injury. He also worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad and as a stable boss.
Herbert Anderson was a respected Camden police officer who served in the National Guard and U.S. Army after working as a wiper in an engine house.
Stephen Decatur Button
Stephen Button designed many well-known buildings and also the Richard Fetters School, Mickle School, the 1st Presbyterian and 2nd Presbyterian churches in Camden.
Wildey Hall was built in 1868 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and was named for Thomas Wildey who formed the first Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge in NJ, in Camden, in 1829.
V. McClellan Fulton
V. McCLELLAN FULTON was born in Maryland around 1884. He had his first Studebaker dealership in 1909, and married at the age of 27. Known as "Mac" Fulton, he operated a Studebaker automobile agency in Camden for at least 30 years.
Charles T. Humes, Jr.
Charles T. Humes was a police captain for the Camden Police Department, as well as a reporter and columnist for the Courier-Post.
Stephen Parsons owned a number of hotels in Camden and was a prominent member of the city in the mid-1800's. He was an active member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
The West Jersey Hotel at Delaware Avenue and Market Street was built by the West Jersey Ferry Company in 1849. It was run by different parties through the ensuing years. Stephen Parsons operated the business from 1884 until his passing in 1890.