E GEORGE AARON was one of Camden's leading citizens during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, serving on the school board, the City Commission, and as Director of Public Safety from October of 1949 until May of 1959. He took ill shortly after losing his bid for re-election to the City Commission in May of 1959 and passed away in May of 1960.
Camden Courier-Post - May 13, 1960 Public Safety Director for Nine Years E. George Aaron, former public...
E. George Aaron - The former city commissioner has a sumptuous city residence and beautiful country home with his own big private lake. How this basso has escaped the Met, goodness only knows; and how he has escaped roping by the gals, only he knows. It may be because of his wide practice... but that's at law. An eminent barrister and astute investor, it has been said that occasionally he is called upon to lend money to Fort Knox.
Camden Courier-Post May 7, 1958 - Ten retired members of the Camden Police Department answered their last roll call Tuesday night.
Camden Courier-Post - December 26, 1953
Restrictions on nightlong parking on principal streets in the business district will be tried out early next year as a major step in a campaign to make Camden a cleaner city in which to live and work.
The first phase of the program the for needy families of the city through the Drop-a-Buck Club went into operation Thursday when a group of volunteers started distribution of collection containers to the taverns of the city.