Tag: Clay W. Reesman

Everything we know about Clay W. Reeseman, from Camden, NJ

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Centennial Mirror 1828-1928

A centennial review: the year was 1927 and the future had hardly ever looked brighter for the City of Camden. Times were prosperous, business and industry were booming, and the city was full of recently constructed public buildings, civic improvements, schools, the new Delaware River bridge and its new highway to the suburbs. The stock market crash of 1929 and the Depression that followed were in the unimagined future.

Clay W Reesman - Portrait
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Making Health with Parks

CAMDEN has passed the stage where the promotion of park spaces and play grounds is listed as a luxury.

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Henry Magin Laid to Rest by War Veteran Buddies

Funeral services for City Commissioner Henry Magin were held today with his colleagues in official and veterans circles participating.

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City Adopts Cut Budget After Clash

The Camden City Commission yesterday approved the 1933 city budget after hearing and rejecting economy recommendations of several civic and labor organizations.

JOE MONTANA WED TO MISS PALLADINO
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JOE MONTANA WED TO MISS PALLADINO

Miss Emma Palladino, one of the fairest daughters of Camden’s “Little Italy” yesterday became the bride of Joseph Montana, heavyweight wrestler, at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Fourth and Division streets.

Funeral rites for Chief of Police Lewis H. Stehr, who died suddenly at 11.30 a.m. yesterday in Cooper Hospital, will be conducted at 2 pm on Saturday.
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Lewis H. Stehr, Chief of Police, Dies Suddenly

Funeral rites for Chief of Police Lewis H. Stehr, who died suddenly at 11.30 a.m. yesterday in Cooper Hospital, will be conducted at 2 pm on Saturday.

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City League Clubs Begin Second Half

Second-half competition in the Reesman basketball league will begin tonight with a twin bill at Convention Hall.