New Schedule Set for Tests of Air Raid Sirens
When the air raid sirens sound at noon June 26 in Camden, don’t panic. It’s not an atomic attack.
City Asked to Provide Increment
A $1,000 increment for all non-uniformed employes over a three-year period is part of a package proposal to be presented to Mayor Alfred R. Pierce Monday.
City Alerted on Electric Inspectors
Camden residents were cautioned today by Patrick J. Sullivan, chief of the City Electrical Bureau, to be wary of persons who represent themselves as electrical inspectors.
The Cooper Hospital (via Camden County Medical Society)
The founding of a hospital for the care of the sick and injured in the Camden area had long been a project in the mind of Dr. Richard M. Cooper, who practiced medicine in this vicinity for over thirty years. He died in 1874 without having actually seen the work started.
William Penn Corson
Known locally as W. Penn Corson, William, a Camden, NJ native, built the sewage systems in nearby towns and paved the White Horse Pike.
William P. Corson – An Excerpt
William P. Corson (William Penn Corson) was active in Camden and also constructed the sewage systems in Westmont and Haddonfield, as well as portions of the White Horse Pike.
The Alpha Club
The Alpha Club was a social space that consisted mostly of young men from South Camden in the years prior to World War I.
713 S. 3rd Street, Camden, NJ From the late 1900s through 1920 the saloon at 713 South…
Donkey’s Place, at 1223 Haddon Avenue, does not appear as a bar or restaurant in the 1918-1919 Camden City Directory.
Was she or wasn’t she? On January 26, 1889 nurse Annie Eisenhardt was found cut and bleeding in a restroom at Cooper Hospital. Her tale of what had happened to her and the physical evidence were in conflict, and it appears that her wounds were self-inflicted. Or were they?
Biographical Review, 1897
A biographical review containing life sketched of leading citizens of Camden and Burlington Counties, 1897