Tag: Mother's Koffee House

1913-1921 Broadway on May 29, 2005. This was the location of Mothers Koffee House for many years.

Mother’s Koffee House

Mother’s Koffee House was a wholesale tea and coffee concerned, founded in 1927 by three partners. The business was located at 1913 Broadway in Camden’s Eighth Ward, and was a fixture on Broadway as late as the fall of 1959.

Walkathon at Central Airport

Walkathons and Dance Marathons became popular during the Depression years. Promoter W.E. Tebbets set up many of these events all over the country, bringing his own bands and entertainers along to the event. After a successful walkathon at Atlantic City in 1932, Tebbets arranged for a similar contest to be held in the Camden area early in 1933, using one of the hangars at Central Airport as his venue.

"The Depression Is Now Over" is the slogan adopted by these three men who head Mother's Koffee House. 1913-21 Broadway. Under their direction the concern is showing a steady growth. Left to right they are I. M. Masner, in charge of coffee roasting and tea blending; E. A. Barnes, sales manager and R. H. Benson, in charge of the wholesale trade and buying.

Depression Is Over Concern’s Slogan

“The Depression Is Now Over” is the slogan adopted by these three men who head Mother’s Koffee House. 1913-21 Broadway. Under their direction the concern is showing a steady growth. Left to right they are I. M. Masner, in charge of coffee roasting and tea blending; E. A. Barnes, sales manager and R. H. Benson, in charge of the wholesale trade and buying.