Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Clinton Street


CLINTON STREET was named after DeWitt Clinton, one-time governor of New York and the developer of the Erie Canal. When originally laid out, Clinton Street east of Broadway was known as Hartman Street, in honor of Hartman Kuhn, son of Dr. Adam Kuhn and Elizabeth Hartman Kuhn. In 1882, to avoid confusion, the name of Hartman Street was dropped, and the street became Clinton Street for its entire length. Similar adjustments were made for Washington Street and Berkeley Street

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 Phil Cohen


Clinton Street & the Delaware River
Philadelphia Inquirer - June 18, 1895

W.C. French - John Maguire - John L. Westcott


Clinton Street & the Delaware River
Philadelphia Inquirer - July 29, 1917


Clinton Street Looking West from Broadway
September 22, 2003
Lanning Square School in Background


100 Block of Clinton Street
  126 Clinton Street

1929 Vacant

  128 Clinton Street

1929 Vacant

  130 Clinton Street

1929 Vacant

  132 Clinton Street

1929 Gone

134 Clinton Street

1929 Vacant
1932 George Thomas

Camden Courier-Post
June 7, 1932

Ralph Bakley

  136 Clinton Street

1929 Vacant

  138 Clinton Street

1929 Vacant

  140 Clinton Street

1929 Vacant


200 Block of Clinton Street
  Daniel Auletto's Tavern

520 South 2nd Street
SE Corner of South 2nd & Clinton Streets

201-203 Clinton Street

1891
George Meyers

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 12, 1891

Click on Image for Complete Article

  201-203 Clinton Street

Bar
1887-1888 John W. Elliot
1918-1947 Gennarro Totarello
1929 Joseph Corea

207 Clinton Street

1932 John B. DiSimone

Camden Courier-Post
June 7, 1932

  209 Clinton Street

1914 Savarino Creato Family
Sevarino and Lucy Creato
Daniel Creato
James J. Creato 

210 Clinton Street

1932 Maria Fanelli

Camden Courier-Post
June 13, 1932

Louis Uetz - Dupont Street
Cosmo Caprice - Pine Street
Maria Fanelli - Clinton Street

  216 Clinton Street

1878-1879
Edward Hillman & Family
Edward & Margaret Grant Hillman
James Hillman - Margaret Hillman
William Grant Hillman
Jesse Hillman - George Hillman

  216 Clinton Street

1918-1919 Savarino Creato Family
Sevarino and Lucy Creato
Daniel Creato
James J. Creato 

216 Clinton Street

Private Gildo M. Izzi

 

218 Clinton Street

1883-1884
Charles M. Lane

220 Clinton Street

1884
Robert A. Gilmore

  224 Clinton Street

1919-1920 Savarino Creato Family
Sevarino and Lucy Creato
Daniel Creato
James J. Creato 

234 Clinton Street

1911
Benjamin Cavanaugh

235 Clinton Street

1878-1883
Edward F. Allen 

   

300 Block of Clinton Street
Click on Images to Enlarge
Claudius Bradshaw
Mayor of Camden 1880-1886

528 South 3rd Street
NE Corner of South 3rd & Clinton Streets

Mayor Bradshaw lived here in the mid to late 1880s

305 Clinton Street

1910
Morris J. Steelman

  307 Clinton Street

2012 Gone

309 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

309, 311 & 313
Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

310 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

310 & 312 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

311 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

311 Clinton Street

1933
Nicholas Di Angelo

312 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

313 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

  314 Clinton Street
1933 Stanzo Palumbo
317 Clinton Street

1885
John W. Osler

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 17, 1885

Claudius Bradshaw
Isaiah Woolston - John Gaunt
John W. Wescott
William Massey - Jane Wilson
Samuel Doughty - William Devlin
William Anderson
Isaac France - Adalaide Whitely
Kate Rice - Emma Devine

324 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

326 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

326 & 328 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

327 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

Scheduled for Demolition March 2012

 

328 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken March 14, 2012

 

328 Clinton Street

1887-1895
Robert A. Gilmore

332 Clinton Street

1870s-1904
Alfred Ivins  & Family
Alfred & Emma Ivins
Alfred Ivins - Mary Ann Ivins
Hannah Ivins - Matilda Ivins
Ellen Ivins - Emma Ivins

332 Clinton Street

1941
Stanley Cappelli

Camden Courier-Post
July 31, 1941

  334 Clinton Street

1870s-1880s
Isaac Ivins & Family
Isaac & Hannah Ivins
William Ivins

  335 Clinton Street

1880s
Harry C. Sharp & Family

  336 Clinton Street

1878-1885
Abraham Bradshaw Sr.

337 Clinton Street

1880s-1890s
William F. Barnett

338 Clinton Street

1880s-1890s
Howard M. Potter

  339 Clinton Street

1929-1930
James Passalacqua & Family
James & Dominica Passalacqua
John Passalacqua
Salvatore Passalacqua

  340 Clinton Street

1878
Samuel M. Subers
& Family
Samuel M. & Christine Voll
Subers
William Subers 

  343 Clinton Street

1929
Carmin A. Fuscellaro Sr. Family
Carmin & Anna Fuscellaro
George A. Fuscellaro
Nettie Fuscellaro
Carmin A. Fuscellaro Jr.

Carmin Fuscellaro Sr. was a Camden Police Officer. Son Carmin Fuscellaro Jr. also became a Camden Police Officer. Son George Fuscellaro became a member of the Camden Fire Department.

336 to 248
Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 
338 & 340
Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

342 & 344
Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

346 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

348 Clinton Street

1932 Mary Delfico
2012 Gone

Camden Courier-Post
June 2, 1932

Garfield S. Pancoast
Winslow Street
Mildred Russo

 


400 Block of Clinton Street
402 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

402 Clinton Street

1877
I.P. Carus
saloon

Philadelphia Inquirer
April 4, 1877

402 & 404
Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

404 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

406 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

406 & 408
Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

408 Clinton Street

Photograph Taken August 1, 2012

 

408 Clinton Street

1910-1914
Elias W. Howell & Family
carpenter & builder
E.W. & Lydia Lomax Howell
Oswell W. Howell
Thomas Howell
John Howell
Mariah Howell
Willis Howell

  410 Clinton Street

 

  411 Clinton Street

1880
William H. Whaland & Family
William H. & Mary Whaland
Lillian Whaland
Charles Whaland
William K. Whaland

  412 Clinton Street

1884-1885
Edward F. Allen 

412 Clinton Street

1911
Francis Bacon

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 1, 1911

William Miller - Henry Moffett

  413 Clinton Street

 

  414 Clinton Street

 

  415 Clinton Street

1890s-1900s
Mrs. Anna Meade & Family
Theodore & Anna Meade
Theodore Meade Jr.
Mary Meade - Adam W. Meade

  416 Clinton Street

 

  417 Clinton Street

1904-1914
William Henry Laxton Sr. & Family
William Henry & Ida Jane Laxton
William Henry Laxton Jr.
Gwendolyn Laxton
Harry F. Laxton
J. Frederick Laxton
Eric Laxton
Arthur Samuel "Ott" Laxton

418 Clinton Street

1891-1903
John Kenney

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 31, 1899

Harry Thornberg - Joseph W. Evans
North 8th Street - Pearl Street
Albert K. Snyder - Kaighn Avenue
Theodore Shaw - Henry Street
James Binero - Octavio Del Duca

 

419 Clinton Street

1907 William Smith

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 15, 1907

Benson Street - 7th Street
Cooper Hospital

419 Clinton Street

1932
Tony Prucella aka Tony Basile

Camden Courier-Post
June 6, 1932

Kerr's Chickery
Frank Schubert
Walter Smith
John Trout
Harry Kyler
Clinton Street
Joseph Girgenti
Benson Street
South 4th Street
Berkley Street
South 6th Street

 

  420 Clinton Street

 

  421 Clinton Street

1920s-1930s
Oswell Howell & Family
Oswell & Sadie Howell

421 Clinton Street

1957
Peter Marandolo

Camden Courier-Post
December 12, 1957

 

  422 Clinton Street

 

Charles Middleton, 23 years old, of 423 Clinton Street, was thrown from a trolley car, resulting in lacerations of the arms and legs. He was taken to the Homeopathic Hospital.

423 Clinton Street

1906 Charles Middleton

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 4, 1906

424 Clinton Street

1920s-1930s
Dominick Lombardo

'KID' ROLLER SKATES JOLT LOVE OFF BASE

A roller-skating child bride who thought her 19 year old husband "too old" for her was well en her way to being divorced yesterday by Al Daidone, 29, of 424 Clinton street.

Advisory Master Knight recommended a decree for Daidone. His wife, Fannie, lives near Scranton, Pa., with their child, Catherine, nine. Mrs. Daidone is now 25. They were married when she was not yet 15 and he only 19, Daidone testified. But instead of settling down, he said, his wife was roller skating day and night, and complained that he was too old. She deserted him, he said, in the Fall of 1928.

Knight also advised a decree for Mrs. Clara Zoeller Wall Safford, of 1269 Atlantic avenue, from Robert H., also known as Cornelius J. Linskey. They were married Feb. 10, 1923 and he deserted her in December, 1929, she said. World war bonus papers came to him in the name of Linskey, Mrs. Safford testified, but he never explained why.

A decree was recommended for Mrs. Edna N. Richards MacNeece from William G. McNeece of Baltimore. They eloped to Elkton, Md., March 9, 1935, and he deserted her less than three months later. She lives at 728 Woodland avenue.

424 Clinton Street

1938 Al Daidone

Camden Courier-Post
February 15, 1938

  425 Clinton Street

1890
Harry C. Richmond

426 Clinton Street

1907-1915
Mrs. Lydia Quimby

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 9, 1915

  427 Clinton Street

 

  428 Clinton Street

 

430 Clinton Street

1914-1918
John Wilson & Family
John & Mary Wilson

Philadelphia Inquirer
March 20, 1918

  432 Clinton Street

1888 David S. Paul

 

  434 Clinton Street

 

  436 Clinton Street

1906-1920s Walter P. Ellis

  438 Clinton Street

 

  440 Clinton Street

 

  442 Clinton Street

1880 W. Penn Corson

 

442 Clinton Street

1906 William Perrit Family

William Perritt & Jessie Perritt
George Perrit
William Perritt Jr.
Annie Perritt
Ralph Perritt
Agnes Perritt
Roland Perritt

Photo from About 1894

Not Pictured:  Agnes & Roland

Click on Image to Enlarge 

  444 Clinton Street

 

456 Clinton Street

1906
John H. Lutts

  Ernest Stuebing Jr.'s Bar

521 South 5th Street
SW Corner of South 5th & Clinton Streets

 


500 Block of Clinton Street
512-532 Clinton Street
  500 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

  501 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

502 Clinton Street

1878
Charles Hagerman

1947 Gone

  503 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

  504 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

  505 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

  506 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

  507 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

  508 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

  509 Clinton Street

1947 Gone

510 Clinton Street

1890s-1900s
William Meyer & Family 
1890s-1900s
Captain Howard J. Meyer

Left: Howard J. Meyer

512 Clinton Street

1884
William Gleason
& Family
William & Ellen Ivins Gleason
William J. "Kid" Gleason
Harry Gleason - Walter Gleason
Elizabeth Gleason - Theodore Gleason
Samuel Gleason - John Gleason
Marion Gleason - Isaac Gleason

 

  512 Clinton Street

1910 Charles H. Mason

Mrs. Catherine Hammond &  Mrs. Ray Christopher 512 Clinton Street

Daughters of Sir Edward Carson
Camden Courier-Post
October 23, 1931

512 Clinton Street
VFW Post 2685
1959 Banquet Program Ad
Click on Image to Enlarge
  514 Clinton Street

1910
Frank Richter & Family
Frank & Ella Richter
Edna Richter

514 Clinton Street

1920-1943
George L. Cattell Sr. & Family
George & Emma Cattell
George Cattell Jr.
Laura Cattell

516 Clinton Street

1892-1899
Benjamin L. Kellum

  516 Clinton Street

1910
Anna Campbell
Edna Campbell

AUXILIARY TO MEET

Members of the Auxiliary to the B'Nai Brith wlll hold an executive board meeting tomorrow evening at the home of Miss Sarah Schatz, of 532 Clinton Street, this city. 

516 Clinton Street

Israel & Lena Schatz
Sarah Schatz
1920s-1930s

516 Clinton Street

1940-1941
William Bovell

Camden Courier-Post
July 29, 1941

Clay W. Reesman
Sycamore Street
Edward G. Hunt
Chestnut Street
Joseph Klein

Liberty Street

George H. Ewing

516 Clinton Street

Private William H. Bovell Jr.

  518 Clinton Street

1910
Lewis Martin & Family
Lewis & Mary Martin

520 Clinton Street

1881-1901
August F. Richter & Family
August F. & Mary Richeter
August F. Richter Jr.
Edith Richter

1897 President of the
Century Wheelmen Bicycle Club

521 Clinton Street

1955
Charles DiCarlo & Son

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

HOSPITAL CASES
COOPER

Lewis Raupp, 53, 833 North 6th Street, dog bite of right index finger
Anna Veroline, 34, 318 Walnut Street, sprained ankle
Albert Passarella, 15, 433 Spruce Street, sprained ankle
Thomas J. Owens, 35, 420 Taylor Ave., bruised wrist and knee
Joseph Manfredi, 14, 335 Chestnut Street, infected palm.
Margaret Cramer, 9, 323 Erie Street, infected finger
Laurence Wiggle, 5, 505 South 6th Street, cut hand
Joseph Carbone, 18, 336 Walnut Street, cut chin
Thomas DiRenzo, 13, 522 Clinton St., splinter in left foot.
Cecelia Homan, 32, 511 Ray Avenue, foreign body in eye
Mary DiVincenzo, 10, 311 Beckett St., foreign body in eye

WEST JERSEY

Theresa Marolda, 59, 1713 South 4th Street, cut finger
Benjamin Druasowictz, 34, 1282 Van Hook St., cut finger
Charles Mangold, 52, 3 North 4th Street, cut finger
Stanley Kaminski, 25, 1119 Liberty Street, cut hand
Marie Birsch, 15, 697 Van Hook St., foreign particle in eye 
Willard Dickson, 3, 1739 Railroad Ave., puncture wound of thigh

522 Erie Street

1938 Thomas Direnzo

Camden Courier-Post
February 14, 1938

522 Clinton Street

1938-1955
Thomas DiRenzo & Sons

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  522 Clinton Street

1940
Salvatore Mastrangelo & Family
Salvatore & Rose Mastrangelo
Angeline Mastrangelo
Madeline Mastrangelo
Rafaline Mastrangelo

Roofing

BIRD ASBESTOS and Asphalt Roofing * Siding. Slag and Built-up Roofs, 3 yŤarŤ to pay. Phone Camden 6137. Smith Roofing Co. 525 Clinton st

525 Clinton Street

1938
Smith Roofing Company

Camden Courier-Post
February 17, 1938


Broadway & Clinton Street

Click on Images to Enlarge

 

Broadway Elementary School

Southeast Corner - 522 Broadway

Photograph from 1893

 

Broadway Elementary School

Southeast Corner - 522 Broadway

1886-2004

Photographed 2003

Looking North on Broadway

Postcard was mailed in 1907

Based on Photograph
taken from in front of the
Broadway School after 1905

Click on Image to Enlarge

Looking North on Broadway

Postcard dates from about 1915

Based on Photograph
taken from in front of the
Broadway School

Click on Image to Enlarge

500 Block of Clinton Street as Seen Looking West from Broadway
September 22, 2003
Lanning Square School in Background

Click on Image to Enlarge


500 Block of Clinton Street
557-571 Clinton Street

557 Clinton Street

1931-1932
The Clinton Press

Camden Courier-Post
June 1, 1932 & June 9, 1932

 

563 Clinton Street

1931 Vacant

 

565 Clinton Street

1931 Vacant

 

567 Clinton Street

1931 Vacant

569 Clinton Street

1924-1929
William H. Corson

 

569 Clinton Street

1931 Charles H. Suders

 

571 Clinton Street

1890-1891

George W. Johnson

 

571 Clinton Street

1931 John J. Ford
1931 Frank W. Blair
cigars

576 Clinton Street

2008 Vacant

Picture Taken October 30, 2008

House was razed shortly therafter

 

578 Clinton Street

1880
Frank T. Lloyd

 

578 Clinton Street

1955-1959
William H. Miller
Miller Detective Agency

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  582 Clinton Street

Horatio Draper
1880s-1890s

Agnes Draper
1880s-1890s

  582 Clinton Street

George W. Anderson & Family
1900s-1920s George & Lizzie Anderson
1900s-1910s Herbert Anderson
1900s-1920s Russell J. Anderson

 

568 Clinton Street

1893-1894
Walter C. Fish
carpenter

The Christmas tree and decorations at the headquarters of the Camden Wheelmen, 586 Clinton Street, are attracting large crowds of visitors. Open house will be held until New Year's Day,

586 Clinton Street

1896-1897
Camden Wheelmen
bicycle club

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 27, 1896

 

587 Clinton Street

1887-1890
Walter C. Fish
carpenter

587 Clinton Street

1896
Mrs. Kate McAllister

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 13, 1896

 

590 Clinton Street

Oscar A. Moore

 

Tony's Grill

529 South 6th Street
SW Corner of South 6th
&
Clinton Streets


Intersection of St. John Street & Clinton Street

500 Block of Clinton Street
572-594 Clinton Street
 

572 Clinton Street

1931
Warren G. Harbison & Family
Warren G. & Minnie Harbison
Warren P. Harbison

572 Clinton Street

Sergeant Warren P. Harbison

 

573 Clinton Street

1931

 

574 Clinton Street

1931

 

575 Clinton Street

1931 Walter S. Mattison

 

576 Clinton Street

1931 John T. Davis

576 Clinton Street

2008 Vacant

Picture Taken October 30, 2008

House was razed shortly therafter

 

577 Clinton Street

1931

 

578 Clinton Street

1880
Frank T. Lloyd

 

578 Clinton Street

1955-1959
William H. Miller
Miller Detective Agency

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

 

580 Clinton Street

1931

 

581 Clinton Street

1931 Vacant

  582 Clinton Street

Horatio Draper
1880s-1890s

Agnes Draper
1880s-1890s

  582 Clinton Street

George W. Anderson & Family
1900s-1920s George & Lizzie Anderson
1900s-1910s Herbert Anderson
1900s-1920s Russell J. Anderson

 

582 Clinton Street

1931

 

583 Clinton Street

1931

 

584 Clinton Street

1931

 

585 Clinton Street

1931

 

586 Clinton Street

1893-1894
Walter C. Fish
carpenter

The Christmas tree and decorations at the headquarters of the Camden Wheelmen, 586 Clinton Street, are attracting large crowds of visitors. Open house will be held until New Year's Day,

586 Clinton Street

1896-1897
Camden Wheelmen
bicycle club

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 27, 1896

 

586 Clinton Street

1931

 

587 Clinton Street

1887-1890
Walter C. Fish
carpenter

587 Clinton Street

1896
Mrs. Kate McAllister

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 13, 1896

 

587 Clinton Street

1931

 

588 Clinton Street

1883 William H. Arrison

 

589 Clinton Street

1931

 

590 Clinton Street

Oscar A. Moore

 

 

592 Clinton Street

1931

 

592 Clinton Street

1931


Intersection of South 6th Street & Clinton Street
Tony's Grill

529 South 6th Street
SW Corner of South 6th
&
Clinton Streets

   

600 Block of Clinton Street
600-615 Clinton Street
603 Clinton Street

1927-1930s
Ralph Bakley

  603 Clinton Street

Frank S. Albright
Lewis Albright
1890s

604 Clinton Street

1900-1900
Albert C. Jones

  606 Clinton Street

Frank F. L'Esperance


609 Clinton Street

1941
Charles H.S. Flagg & Family

Charles H.S. & Theresa O'Hara Flagg

Camden Courier-Post
July 22, 1941
&
July 26, 1941

610 Clinton Street

1880
Elmer Ellsworth Stevens

610 Clinton Street

1880s-1918
Leonard Laurence Roray

John Warner, of 613 Clinton Street, a brakeman on the Atlantic City Railroad, was squeezed between two cars at the Kaighn's Point terminal yesterday. He was taken to Cooper Hospital. His condition is serious.

613 Clinton Street

1905 John Warner

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 15, 1905 

  615 Clinton Street

 


Intersection of Roberts Street & Clinton Street
627-632 Clinton Street
 
Looking North on Roberts Street from Clinton Street - February 14, 2012
Intersection of Roberts Street and Clinton Street as seen from Clarion Alley - February 14, 2012
Looking South on Roberts Street from Clinton Street - February 14, 2012
   

600 Block of Clinton Street
  617 Clinton Street

1910s-1930s
Tenny & Lillie Hutchison & Family

619 Clinton Street

1910s-1930s George Holl Hutchison

HORSE-DRAWN WAGONS like this were used in the early 1900s by Victor Talking Machine Company to haul Victrolas. The work-day ended with delivery, of mail, about three or four small pouches and possibly a canvas sack of second class mail-Victor catalogues, to the old post office, 3rd and Arch Streets. A mailing department employee accompanied the driver on the trip. The former mail clerk, George H. Hutchison (center), of 120 Glenwood Avenue, MerchantvilIe, furnished the photograph.

623 Clinton Street

Robert C. Barr


627 Clinton Street

1901
John G. Chew & Family
John G. & Lizzie Chew
Howard Chew
Iola Chew
Cooper C. Chew
William C. Chew

William C. Chew & Family
William C. & Jennie Chew
Helen Chew

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 29, 1901


Camden Ferry Company
Ferryboat Trenton

3 BOYS ARRESTED, ONE AS BURGLAR
Others Captured on Roof of Vacant House; Oldest 13

Three small boys were arrested last night as lawbreakers.

John Greely, 13, of 419 Cedar Street, charged with malicious mischief and breaking and entering, was arrested by Detective John Kaighn on complaint of Carl H. Brummer, of 629 Clinton Street, manager of an American Store at Fourth and Elm Streets, who said he found the boy hiding in the cellar of the store.

The other boys, Victor Linkletter, 13, and William Hoy, 12, both of 506 Penn Street, are charged with trespassing. They were arrested by Detective Sergeant Gustave Koerner and Detectives Kaighn and Frank Crawford, who from windows of the detective bureau in new city hall, said they saw the boys on the roof of a vacant three-story building at 427 Market Street.

Climbing up the rear of the building they said they cornered the boys hiding behind a chimney, apparently planning to enter the building.

All three will be arraigned in police court today.

629 Clinton Street

1924-1930s Carl Brummer

Camden Courier-Post
June 29, 1933

 

  629 Clinton Street

1924-1930s
Fred G. Brummer Sr.
1924-1930s
Fred G. Brummer Jr.

629 Clinton Street

1957
John R. Pease & Family
John & Mae Pease

Camden Courier-Post
December 17, 1957

 

  630 Clinton Street

 

  631 Clinton Street

 

631 Clinton Street

1914
Mrs. Cora Woodin & Family
Harold S. Wodlin
Warren Woodin
Edward F. Woodin

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 27, 1914

John C. Voll

1924 City Directory indicates 631 Clinton

  632 Clinton Street

 


Intersection of Felton Street & Clinton Street
633-650 Clinton Street

600 Block of Clinton Street
633 Clinton Street

1919-1947
John H. Lennox

MRS. MARTHA J. WOOD

The funeral of Mrs. Martha J. Wood, 81, for many years a resident of Camden, who died yesterday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. William E. Cross, 725 Park Avenue, Collingswood, will be held at 2 P.m. today. Mrs. Wood was the widow of Charles L. Wood, who died nine years ago. She was long active in the affairs of Tabernacle Baptist Church, as was her husband. She is also survived by another daughter, Mrs. Frank Griffiths, Collingswood, three sons, Frank G. and Herbert B. of Collingswood, and David of Woodlynne, and seven grandchildren.

639 Clinton Street

1900s-1924 Charles L. Wood
cooper

Camden Courier-Post
June 21, 1933

Camden Railroad Collectors
Boast Miniature Line of Own
Annual Trip to New York Model Show Highlight In Fans' Activity; Group Has Many Counterparts Throughout Nation

How would you like to have as your hobby the collection of railroads?

Some people not only would like to, but do, and they're not giants of finance, either.

Obviously, you can't collect full sized locomotives, cars and signals and place them in a book like a stamp collector. So the railroad fans have to content themselves with miniatures, going on excursions which the real railroads run especially for the purpose, just talking about the choo-choos and organizing model railroad clubs to further the hobby.

The West Jersey Railroad Club, founded in 1935, is one of the "minnie" organizations.

Located at 639 Clinton Street, it owns a partly
completed line, known as the Delaware, Susquehanna & Western Railroad, which runs on a mythical route between .Philadelphia and Buffalo.

This road in common with thousands of other such lines in all parts of the country, is an exact counterpart of a full-size railroad in nearly everything but size. It is no mere toy, nor do children have anything to do with it.

Locomotives and cars are faithfully modeled after the "big fellows" In appearance and in construction details. Track is miniature "T" rail, spiked to creosoted wooden ties laid on a simulated gravel roadbed.

Besides owning a model railroad, the club has the use of a large and rapidly growing library of steam and electric railway literature.

A high spot in the club's activity is its annual trip to the New York Model Show. There, one of the world's. largest, most realistic and complex model railroads forms the main attraction in a huge exhibition of models which fascinates every railroad-minded spectator, besides those not so railroad-minded. This year the members plan to visit the show Feb. 20.

The club meets at its Clinton Street headquarters every Wednesday evening and visitors are invited to attend. Officers are Thomas H. Clement, Camden, president; Raymond Harvey, Philadelphia, vice president; E. Lewis Pardee, 626 Park Avenue, Collingswood, secretary, and Edward Hilland, Camden, treasurer. Other members are: Warren Cook, Collingswood; N. W. Rehfuss and W. A. Zackon, Pennsauken; Robert Paget, Camden; William Megonigal, Upper Darby. Pa., and J. L. Starr, Haddon Heights..

639 Clinton Street

1929-1960s Harry L. Clement
machinist

1935-1938 West Jersey Railroad Club

Camden Courier-Post
February 2, 1938

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  640 Clinton Street
645 Clinton Street

1889
Ulie G. Lee

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 13, 1889

Richard H. Lee

645 Clinton Street

1912 David Bakley

Philadelphia Inquirer
March 13, 1912

Front Street
York Street
Clinton Street
Daniel Leach
Charles Worthington
Charles Bowers
Engine Company 6
Cooper Hospital

Click on Image to Enlarge

  647 Clinton Street

1930
Charles T. Levick & Family
Charles T. & Sarah Levick
Charles E. Levick

650 Clinton Street

McKenna's Cafe

John F. McKenna

Summer 2003

Click on Image to Enlarge


700 Block of Clinton Street
701 Clinton Street

1890s
Thomas W. Thornley

701 Clinton Street

1898-1929
William H. Arrison
cigars

William & Mary Arrison
Mary Arrison.

703 Clinton Street

1910-1911
Robert Cattell & Family
Robert & Mary Cattell
George L. Cattell Sr.

George L. Cattell Sr. & Family
George L. & Emma Cattell
George L, Cattell Jr.

704 Clinton Street

1897-1888
Lewis Ferrell

../ccwd-ww2/camdenww2-HoraceESimpson.jpg 705 Clinton Street

Private First Class
Horace E. Simpson

  713 Clinton Street

1922-1940
William George Boyd Jr. & Family
William G. & Bertha Boyd

James Daniel Boyd

  713 Clinton Street

Electrician's Mate Third Class
James Daniel Boyd

716 Clinton Street

1905
Bessie O. Day

Philadelphia Inquirer
March 1, 1905

South 3rd Street - Mickle Street

717 Clinton Street

Corporal
Thomas P. Flaherty

  717 Clinton Street

1947
Frank M. Robino & Family
Frank M. & Antoinette G. Robino

  721 Clinton Street

1919-1943
William George Boyd Sr. & Family
William G. & Ada Boyd
William G. Boyd Jr.

  724 Clinton Street

1892-1893
Charles Cornog & Family
Charles & Mary Cornog
Anna May Cornog
Albert L. Cornog
Marguerite Cornog
Ruth Cornog
Andrew Cornog
Charles Cornog Jr.

  737 Clinton Street

1887-1888
Woodrow C. Hughes

1908-1909
Robert Cattell & Family
Robert & Mary Cattell

737 Clinton Street

1912 Jeanette Purvis

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 27, 1912

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of Complete Article

   

2800 Block of Clinton Street
  2835 Clinton Street
  2837 Clinton Street

Christian Falarica
1931

  2880 Clinton Street

 


2900 Block of Clinton Street
built after 1947
  2901 Clinton Street
  2902 Clinton Street
  2903 Clinton Street
  2904 Clinton Street
  2905 Clinton Street
  2906 Clinton Street
  2907 Clinton Street
  2908 Clinton Street
  2909 Clinton Street
  2910 Clinton Street

1970s-1990s Rev. Margaret Gantt

  2911 Clinton Street
  2912 Clinton Street
  2913 Clinton Street
  2914 Clinton Street
  2916 Clinton Street
  2917 Clinton Street
  2918 Clinton Street
  2919 Clinton Street
  2921 Clinton Street
  2922 Clinton Street
  2923 Clinton Street
  2924 Clinton Street
  2925 Clinton Street

2926 Clinton Street

1955
Ryan's Oil Burner Service

Ryan's Electrical Contractor
James B. Ryan

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ads

  2928 Clinton Street
  2929 Clinton Street
  2930 Clinton Street
  2931 Clinton Street
2932 Clinton Street

1969
Mrs. Carrie Holeton Walsh

Camden Courier-Post
July 21, 1969

Mrs. Eleanor Walsh Wilkes
Mrs. Carrie Walsh Wagner
Mrs. Mildred Walsh Velick
Harry Leonard - Joseph Walsh
St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral

  2933 Clinton Street
  2934 Clinton Street
  2936 Clinton Street

1969-1970s
Frank C. Adams Jr. & Family

  2938 Clinton Street
   

3000 Block of Clinton Street
built after 1947
  3001 Clinton Street
3003 Clinton Street

Leon F. Chudzinski
1950s-1961

  3005 Clinton Street
  3007 Clinton Street
  3010 Clinton Street
  3012 Clinton Street
  3013 Clinton Street
  3014 Clinton Street
  3015 Clinton Street
  3016 Clinton Street
  3017 Clinton Street
  3018 Clinton Street
  3019 Clinton Street
  3020 Clinton Street
  3021 Clinton Street
  3022 Clinton Street
  3023 Clinton Street
  3024 Clinton Street
  3025 Clinton Street
  3026 Clinton Street
  3027 Clinton Street
  3028 Clinton Street
  3029 Clinton Street
  3030 Clinton Street
  3031 Clinton Street
  3032 Clinton Street
  3033 Clinton Street
  3034 Clinton Street
  3035 Clinton Street
  3037 Clinton Street
   

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