Tag: William J. Cooper

Broadway Trust Building 1926

Broadway Trust

The Broadway Trust Company building was built prior to World War I. The architect was Phillip Merz who was based in Rochester NY and the building was constructed by the J. Henry Miller Co. of Baltimore MD, who also built the building which would become the Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s third home in Washington DC, and the Bank of America Building in Baltimore MD.

Camden Centennial will Start Feb 13. Week of Celebration at City's Convention Hall to Mark Anniversary

Camden Centennial Will Start Feb. 13

Camden’s centennial will be observed during the week of February 13. That announcement was made today by Frank Albright, chairman of the committee in charge to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of Camden as a city.

Broadway below Walnut St. Camden, N.J. J. J. BURLEIGH President ANTHONY KOBUS Vice President - WM. J. COOPER Vice President BURLEIGH H. DRAPER Secretary and Treasurer

Broadway Trust Company – March-December 1916

Broadway below Walnut St. Camden, N.J.
J. J. BURLEIGH President
ANTHONY KOBUS Vice President – WM. J. COOPER Vice President
BURLEIGH H. DRAPER Secretary and Treasurer

Cooper's Point Ferry, Camden, NJ

The Year 1836 – Camden, NJ

The Camden Cemetery, known in modern times as Old Camden Cemetery, adjoining the Newton Friends’ burying grounds, through an action of a town meeting of the Township of Camden, was founded on March 10, 1836. The control was vested in trustees appointed by the township meeting. A plot of ground containing 2.94 acres was purchased from Isaac Cooper for $590.