Tag: William D Sayrs

Memory Stock Photo
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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.

William D Sayrs - Portrait
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Can’t Go Wrong on Camden

When a community government exerts its utmost powers to provide the highest stan­dards in water, sewage disposal and improved streets, the fundamental steps toward health and progress have been provided.

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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.

Headquarters of the Sixth Ward Republican Club at 908 Broadway below Spruce Street is shown in the picture. The entrance is to the left, the first floor front being occupied by a barber shop. The arrow indicates the room where the shooting occurred
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Gangster Shot During Melee In Sixth Ward

Victim of a shot fired in a melee, the exact cause of which remain undetermined, Joseph Cimini, 31 years old, was killed in the Sixth Ward Republican Club, 908 Broadway.

Battle Flags Wave in Triumph O'ver Parade Reviewed by Admiral
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CAMDEN HAILS HER SONS, CONQUERORS, AT VICTORY JUBILEE

The Peace with victory which Camden’s sons along with millions of other soldiers of all the Allied countries helped to bring home was celebrated by a jubilee in Camden yesterday which eclipsed anything that the city across the Delaware has ever attempted in her history.