Cooper University Hospital is a teaching hospital and biomedical research facility located in Camden, New Jersey. The hospital formerly served as a clinical campus of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. (Source: Wikipedia)
Borstein Electric Company
The Borstein family began the business in 1918. The business was at 930 Broadway during the winter of 1921.
Boudov Coal and Ice Company, Incorporated
In the days before electric refrigerators and heat fueled by fuel oil or natural gas, Boudov Coal and Ice company fulfilled the needs of Camden.
The Benjamin Cooper House
The house Benjamin Cooper built in 1734 was one of only two pre-Revolutionary War structures standing and undamaged in 2012.
The Oasis Motel
The Oasis Club was originally known as the City Athletic Club and had many notable Camden residents as it's members.
East End Trust Company
The East End Trust Company was first organized on May 26, 1905. Dr. C.F. Hadley was the first president. Other founders and early directors included John Schimpf, Frederick von Nieda, and John Crawford.
South Camden Trust
The South Camden Trust Company was opened for business on April 2, 1921.
The Hotel Plaza
The Hotel Plaza was built at Fifth and Cooper Street in 1927, and was originally called the Plaza Club Hotel.
Tydeman & Dooley
TYDEMAN & DOOLEY were a pair of comedic acrobats who starred on the B.F. Keith vaudeville circuit in the 1900's and 1910's.
Camden Home for Friendless Children
The Camden Home for Friendless Children was established in 1865. By the 1890's the institution had located at 915 Haddon Avenue in Camden NJ.
The factory at 602 North 10th Street belonged to the U.S. Gasket Company at the time the 1947 Camden City Directory was compiled.
Radio Station WCAM
Camden's oldest radio station dates back to September 1925 when it signed on as WFBI at 1270 AM under the ownership of Robert Galvin. The city government became involved soon afterward. The official dedication of the now municipally-owned radio station, rechristened WCAM, occurred in Convention Hall, occurred on March 29, 1926. The station moved, sometime after 1931, to the 17th floor of the new City Hall Building at South 6th and Federal Street. Eventually it was permanently assigned 1310 on the AM band as its frequency.