Streets
Camden, NJ

Haddon
Avenue


Haddon Avenue is one of the oldest roads in Camden. It runs southeast from 592 Federal Street to the city limits in the direction of Collingswood, Haddon Township, and Haddonfield. 

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 Phil Cohen
Tuesday, December 11, 2018


Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Federal Street
Southwest Corner
of
Haddon Avenue
&
Federal Street
circa 1905

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Unit Block of Haddon Avenue
1 Haddon Avenue

1947-1964 Four Point Cafe  
(1967 Morris Silverman)
1990 McDonald's

1 Haddon Avenue

1933
Hoover's Oyster House
Joseph P. Hoover

Camden Courier-Post
February 10, 1933

  1 Haddon Avenue

1990 McDonald's

2 Haddon Avenue

1938-1940
R.S. Lafferty

Camden Courier-Post
February 28, 1938

2 Haddon Avenue

1938-1940
Elliott-Lewis, Inc.

Camden Courier-Post
July 29, 1941

3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17
Haddon Avenue
3 Haddon Avenue

1924 Joseph Ciliberti
barber

1956 Joseph Leaming

Camden Courier-Post
August 15, 1956

Joseph DiTararnto
John Mackin
Carmin Fuscellaro
Robert Blake

  5 Haddon Avenue

1924 John Powers

  7 Haddon Avenue

1924 Dr. William G. Shemeley Jr.
physician

7 Haddon Avenue

1955
Jo Anderson
Charm & Modeling School

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone Yellow Pages Ad

8 Haddon Avenue

1933-1935
Sterling Beauty Shoppe

Camden Courier-Post
June 9, 1933

8 Haddon Avenue

1933-1935
Sterling Beauty Shoppe

Camden Courier-Post
August 30, 1935

9 Haddon Avenue

Corporal William S. Hey

 

  9 Haddon Avenue

1924 Joseph L. Moore


9 Haddon Avenue

1938-1941 Harry K. Moore

Camden Courier-Post
February 21, 1938


9 Haddon Avenue

1938-1941 Harry K. Moore

Camden Courier-Post
July 29, 1941

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 Haddon Avenue

1942
Joseph Abarno

World War II Draft Card

9 Haddon Avenue

1955
Nancy Shoppe of Camden

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone Yellow Pages Ad

9 Haddon Avenue

August 14, 1969

Canteen Corspman Peter Meyer of the South Jersey Fire Buffs Association serves refreshments to Captain William Ayers of Ladder Company 1 following  battle at tough Third Alarm at Haddon Avenue and Federal Street, August 14, 1969. Standing in background, Fire Inspector William Neale.

Corpsman Meyer later joined the the Philadelphia Fire Department.

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Photo by Bob Bartosz

10 Haddon Avenue

1955
Triangle Beauty Supply

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone Yellow Pages Ad

  11 Haddon Avenue

1924 C.W. Cramer's Sons
heating

11 Haddon Avenue

1955-1970s
Nettie & Rick's Beauty Shop

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone Yellow Pages Ad

 

11 Haddon Avenue

1955-1970s
Nettie & Rick's Beauty Shop

1970 New Jersey Bell Telephone Yellow Pages Ad

 

  12 Haddon Avenue

1924 Dr. William Petherbridge
Dentist

  13 Haddon Avenue

1924 J. Milton Burdge
cigars

13 Haddon Avenue

1927-1928 William A. Carty Inc.
Insurance

Camden Courier-Post
January 7, 1928

13 Haddon Avenue

1941
Marguerite Beauty Shoppe
Frances Moffit

Camden Courier-Post
July 31, 1941

 

13 Haddon Avenue

1947
Clover Floral Shoppe

Camden Courier-Post
October 22, 1947

 

14 Haddon Avenue

1914
Irving Brennan & Family

1920 Federal Census Sheet

 

  14 Haddon Avenue

1924-1929
The Bridge
 Timothy F. O'Neill, proprietor
Men's furnishings

1933 Murphy's Flower Shop

  15 Haddon Avenue

1924 vacant

16 Haddon Avenue

1919- 1924
George Roth Jr. & Family

1920 Federal Census Sheet

  16 Haddon Avenue

1924 George Dangel
baker

16 Haddon Avenue

1955
Clover Floral Shoppe

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  17 Haddon Avenue

1924 Camden Motors

17 Haddon Avenue

1938
Haddon House
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kupotel

Camden Courier-Post
February 21, 1938

  18 Haddon Avenue

1896 Walter W. Browning

18 Haddon Avenue

1920
Lloyd Murphy & Family

1920 Federal Census Sheet

20 Haddon Avenue

1924-1940s
Nicola Bernardo & Family
Shoe repair, sculptor

Nicola & Mary Bernardo
Theresa Bernardo

Camden Courier-Post
June 1, 1939

20 Haddon Avenue

1924-1940s
Nicola Berardo 
Shoe repair, sculptor

Camden Courier-Post
January and February 1938

20 Haddon Avenue

1941
Mrs. Theresa Berardo Baldwin
William Baldwin
Jerome Baldwin

Camden Courier-Post
July 29, 1941

 

20 Haddon Avenue

1955
Beltone Hearing Aids

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

 

  22 Haddon Avenue

1879-1880
William H. Hawkins & Family
William & Adelaide Hawkins
J. Miller Hawkins

22 Haddon Avenue

1914-1924
Joseph T. Fean & Family
Joseph T. & Helen Fean

Photo from 1914
Left: Timothy Fean 
(b.1847 - Limerick, Ireland), 
Charles L. Fean (age 2), 
Paul Joseph (4-1/2) 
Maria Fean (Hammel) (7)

Not pictured: Helen Fean

22 Haddon Avenue

Joseph T. Fean & Family
Joseph T. & Helen Fean
Paul Fean
Charles Fean
Mary Fean
Helen Fean

1920 Federal Census Sheet

22 Haddon Avenue

1914-1924
Joseph T. Fean & Family
Joseph T. & Helen Fean
Paul Joseph Fean
Charles Fean
Mary Fean
Helen Fean

Left: Joseph T. & Helen Fean

22 Haddon Avenue

1933 Etta's Beauty Salon
Etta Miller

Camden Courier-Post
June 16, 1933

22 Haddon Avenue

1955
Robertshaw Fulton Controls Co.

1955
ARKAY
Bob Krevolin Builders Inc.

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone Yellow Pages Ad

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  22 Haddon Avenue

1956-1969
Dr. Robert Katz
optometrist

  24 Haddon Avenue

1924 Rufus Bright

25 Haddon Avenue

1933 Haddon Chickery

Camden Courier-Post
June 12, 1933

  26 Haddon Avenue

1924 Mrs. Mary A. Hart

  28 Haddon Avenue

1914-1930 John W. Suthel
aka John W. Sutton
bar

1928-1930
Deighan & Campbell
James F. Campbell & Neil Deighan

1931 H. Roy Steele

1939-1943 Mrs. Stella Suthel
1947-1967 Century Bar 


Intersection of Haddon Avenue, South 6th Street, & Carman Street
   
   
   

Unit Block of Haddon Avenue
  31 Haddon Avenue

1924 John Mooney

32 Haddon Avenue

1924 No Listing

1955
Camden Wall Paper Company

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone Yellow Pages Ad

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  33 Haddon Avenue

1924 Mrs. Elmira Sherman

  36 Haddon Avenue

1924 William Lamont
monuments

  37-39 Haddon Avenue

1918-1921 Hugo E. Pohle
bar

  40 Haddon Avenue

1902-September 1903 Eberhard Ries
September 1903-1906 Jeremiah Sullivan
bar

1955
Peerless Pearl Company
buttons

   

Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Mickle Street
  Haddon Avenue
&
Pennsylvania Railroad

1887-1888 Junction Hotel
William and Katie Zimmerman

Haddon Avenue
&
Pennsylvania Railroad

Haddon Avenue Station

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Haddon Avenue
&
Pennsylvania Railroad

Haddon Avenue Station
1908

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  210 Haddon Avenue

Third Regiment Armory
known after 1954 as Convention Hall

 

Haddon Avenue South of Mickle Street - September 7, 2011
   

This seldom-seen picture shows the Third Regiment Armory as see from the west, along the railroad tracks and "Chinese Wall" that are now Mickle Boulevard. Haddon Avenue can be seen at the rear, coming out from under the wall and passing behind the station. The rear of the train appears to have just crossed Mickle Street, which passed directly in from the Armory, which, as stated above, was renamed Convention Hall in the 1950s.


The Second Convention Hall 
Postcards from 1900s-1910s
The building was then known as the Third Regiment Armory

3rd Regiment Armory 3rd Regiment Armory
Armory, 3rd Regiment National Guard N. J.
1906
3rd Regiment Armory & Soldier's Monument

3rd Regiment Armory & Soldier's Monument The Armory, Postcard from 1911
3rd Regiment Armory & Soldier's Monument Soldier's Monument
as Seen from the Armory

After the original Convention Hall was destroyed by fire in 1954, the old Armory was renamed Convention Hall. This photo of the main entrance is from 1960.


Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Benson Street
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  Southwest Corner
-1931 Camden City Hall
Haddon Avenue North of Benson Street - August 19, 2011
Haddon Avenue South of Benson Street - September 7, 2011
   
   


Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Wright Avenue
   
1871-1931
Camden City Hall
   

Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Washington Street
   
Northwest Corner
of
Haddon Avenue & Washington Street

1980s-2011
Coriell Institute

Photo Taken August 18, 2011

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400 Block of Haddon Avenue
  400 Haddon Avenue

1924
Federal Auto Supply
Roy V. Pohl, proprietor

1955 Harry's Tailor Shop

  402 Haddon Avenue
403 Haddon Avenue

Coriell Institute
1990s-2000s

  404 Haddon Avenue

1952 Rocco Simonelli

  406 Haddon Avenue

1924

  408 Haddon Avenue

1924

408 Haddon Avenue

Camden Courier-Post
April 6, 1940

Mary Healey

  410 Haddon Avenue

1924

  412 Haddon Avenue

1938
Clifford C. Chalfant

  414 Haddon Avenue

1924 Allen Sharpless
1947 Mrs. Mary W. Sharpless

  400 Haddon Avenue

1924-1947 Jesse Sharpless

2 BROTHERS AND PAL GET ROBBERY TERMS
Implicated in Series of Gas Station Thefts; Leniency Pleas Fails

Two Camden brothers and a pal they implicated in a series of gasoline station robberies over a four month period were sentenced to prison yesterday by Judge Baldwin in Criminal Court.

Despite pleas for leniency on grounds that they are the fathers of small children, Howard Jones, 32, of 419 Haddon Avenue, and his brother, Edward, 43, of 537 York Street, were sentenced to two to five years and one and a half years, respectively.

Frederick Hammell, 33, of Linden Avenue, Woodlynne, whom they implicated in their confession to Merchantville police last December, was sentenced to four to seven years. When Hammell has finished his term in New Jersey he will be returned to Pennsylvania, where he is charged with breaking his parole,

Alertness of a Merchantville policeman, Herbert A. Davidson, Jr., and Special Officer Harry Collins, attached to the Merchantville department, resulted in the first arrest. With the aid of Police Chief William Linderman, they "broke" the bandit trio.

One of the alleged "jobs" with which the three were connected was the spectacular kidnapping of four gasoline station attendants and a. taxi driver last September 17. The attendants were robbed at gunpoint and then forced into the taxicab from which they witnessed addition al holdups.

Later more than a dozen other holdup victims identified the three as the men who held them up.

Chief Thorpe maintained that Hammell was the "brains" of the group. He declared that at least 16 holdups had been definitely linked to the three men.

It was brought out in testimony after the three entered a plea of non vult that Howard Jones is the father of a three-weeks-old baby and six other children. Edward, it was shown, is the father of three children. The wives of Edward and Howard were in court to bolster the leniency pleas.

"It was the lure of easy money that beckoned these men on," said Judge Baldwin in pronouncing sentence. 

419 Haddon Avenue

1938 Howard Jones

Camden Courier-Post
February 9, 1938

  419 Haddon Avenue

1947
2008 gone

420 Haddon Avenue

1904
Charles Frost

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 23, 1904

St. Johns Episcopal Church

420 Haddon Avenue

1949 John A. Downey

Camden Courier-Post
October 17, 1949

John R. DiMona - Kuen Gustas
Francis A. Green - William Stibi Sr.
Fern Street - Royden Street

  421 Haddon Avenue

1947
2008 gone

  422 Haddon Avenue
  423 Haddon Avenue

1947
1969 J. Martin Jr.
2008 gone

The Utah Oil and Transit Company was incorporated yesterday with a capital of $100,000. The incorporators being F.R. Hansell, John MacPeak and G.H.B. Martin, of Camden.

424 Haddon Avenue

1912
George H.B. Martin

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 4, 1912

425 Haddon Avenue

1924-1931 Mrs. Cecilia Keefe

Camden Courier-Post
August 26, 1931

 

  426 Haddon Avenue

1947
2008 gone

  427 Haddon Avenue

1914-1918
William F. Jaeckel & Family
William E. Jaeckel
Florence Jaeckel Genther
Elinor Genther

1947 Jacob Bertman
grocery
2008 gone

427, 425, 423, & 421 Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2008

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  428 Haddon Avenue

Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Blaine Street
Intersection of
Haddon Avenue
&
Blaine Street

February 6, 1991

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Intersection of
Haddon Avenue & Blaine Street

January 2, 2008

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400 Block of Haddon Avenue

429 Haddon Avenue

1920s-1940s
Joseph Kobus
&
Mrs. Mary W. Kobus

  430 Haddon Avenue

1924

431 Haddon Avenue
  432 Haddon Avenue

1924

433 Haddon Avenue
433 Haddon Avenue

1923
Warren H. Rich & Family
Warren H. & Cora Rich
Thelma Rich
Vera Rich

  434 Haddon Avenue

1924

435, 433, 431, & 429
Haddon Avenue
435 & 433
Haddon Avenue

 

  436 Haddon Avenue

1924

  437 Haddon Avenue

1924

  439 Haddon Avenue

1924

  441 Haddon Avenue

1924


443 Haddon Avenue
  445 Haddon Avenue

1924 George R. Redden

Upholstering, Furniture Repair
UPHOLSTERING — Awnings, slip covers mattresses, carpet work, caning, shades blinds. Switzer, 445 Haddon Av. Ph 4423-SI


445 Haddon Avenue

1938-1955
The Upholstery Shop
Edwin R. Switzer

Camden Courier-Post
February 17, 1938

February 1940
Camden High School Yearbook

445 Haddon Avenue

1938-1955
The Upholstery Shop
Edwin R. Switzer

Camden Courier-Post
July 1, 1941


443-445 Haddon Avenue

1955
Edwin R. Switzer
The Upholstery Shop

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  445 Haddon Avenue

1969 A Upholstery Shop

445, 443, 441,439, 437
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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445 to 429
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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445 to 433
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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445 to 421
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Seward Street
   
   
   

400 Block of Haddon Avenue
  447 Haddon Avenue

Taken into custody by Policeman Clayton after he was attacked in  saloon for alleged unpatriotic utterances, Ernest Iverson, a Swede, aged 33 years, of 449 Haddon Avenue, was released yesterday afternoon by the Camden police when no one appeared to make complaint against him.

449 Haddon Avenue

1918
Ernest Iverson

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 17, 1918

  450 Haddon Avenue

Camden Manual Training & High School
after 1919 this building was
Junior High School Number 1
and later was known as
Clara Burrough Junior High School

  451 Haddon Avenue
453 Haddon Avenue
(at right)

January 2, 2009

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453 Haddon Avenue
(at left)

January 2, 2009

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453 Haddon Avenue

1941
J.T. Hill

Camden Courier-Post
July 31, 1941

   

455 Haddon Avenue

1890s-1958 William B. Hunter Family
William B. & Julia Hunter
Edward G. Hunter
Elizabeth V. Hunter
Asa Hunter

Camden Courier-Post
December 11, 1957

455, 453 & 451
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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455 Haddon Avenue
(at right)

January 2, 2009

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457 Haddon Avenue
(at left)

January 2, 2009

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459 & 457
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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459 Haddon Avenue

1949 New Rainbow Restaurant
1969 Five Points Cleaners

459 Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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461, 459, 457, 455, 453 & 451
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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461 & 459 Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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461 Haddon Avenue

1924-1956
Clarence K. Bushey
pharmacy

461 Haddon Avenue

1938
Walter Brannock

Camden Courier-Post
February 24, 1938

Mrs. Rita Brannock
Stevens Street
Frank H. Miller
William Sheehan
Newton Avenue
Trenton Avenue

461 Haddon Avenue

1924-1956 Clarence K. Bushey
pharmacy

January 2, 2009

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461 Haddon Avenue

1924-1956 Clarence K. Bushey
pharmacy

January 2, 2009

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Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Newton Avenue

1914

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 22, 1914

1949

Northeast Corner
Camden
Manual Training & High School

after 1919 this building was
Junior High School Number 1
and later was known as
Clara Burrough
Junior High School

Northwest Corner
461 Haddon Avenue
Bushey's Drugs
C.K. Bushey
pharmacy

Southeast Corner
500 Haddon Avenue
1947 Lester Weyhgandt
grocery

1949

Looking South
on
Haddon Avenue
from in front of 459 Haddon Avenue

Southeast Corner
500 Haddon Avenue
1947 Lester Weyhgandt
grocery

Northwest Corner
461 Haddon Avenue
Bushey's Drugs
C.K. Bushey
pharmacy

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Looking North
on
Haddon Avenue
from
Newton Avenue

January 2, 2009

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Looking North
on
Haddon Avenue
from
Newton Avenue

January 2, 2009

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Looking West
down
Newton Avenue
from
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

Intersection of
Berkley Street, Trenton Avenue
and Newton Avenue
&
Intersection of Clinton Street
and Newton Avenue
in background

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Northwest Corner
of
Haddon Avenue
&
Newton Avenue

461 & 459 Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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Intersection
of
Haddon Avenue
&
Newton Avenue

January 2, 2009

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500 Block of Haddon Avenue
500-508 Haddon Avenue
500 Haddon Avenue

1900s-1910s Charles H. Pooley
grocer

1919
Camden High School Yearbook

  500 Haddon Avenue

1924 Frank A. Batten
delicatessen

  500 Haddon Avenue

1924 Frank A. Batten
delicatessen

1947 Lester Weyhgandt
grocery

501, 503, 505 & 507
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

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501 Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

  502 Haddon Avenue

 

503 Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

 

  504 Haddon Avenue

 

505 Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

  506 Haddon Avenue

1890s-1900s Joseph B. Hall
Frances S. Hall

 

506 Haddon Avenue

1914-1920
W. Penn Corson & Family
William Penn & Catherine Corson
William Wallace Corson
C. Hobart Corson
Edward Mahlon Corson
John Marvin Corson

506 Haddon Avenue

1936-1947 C. Hobart Corson

507 Haddon Avenue

1904 John C. Brown

Philadelphia Inquirer
March 1, 1905

Professor John Brown

WIFE’S PAIN IN NECK WINS DIVORCE PLEA
Husband Used Her as Human Ashtray;
She Tells Court in Burning Recitals

A Camden city employee was accused yesterday, of snuffing out a cigarette by pressing it against the back of his wife's neck.

Testimony to this effect won recommendation for a divorce for Mrs. Lillian T. Joyce of 201 South Twelfth Street, Philadelphia, from Worthington W. Joyce of 507 Haddon Avenue, this city. Joyce is employed in the highway department.

Mrs. Joyce related a series of alleged cruelties at hearing before Advisory Master Linwood W. Erickson in Camden Chancery Court. The case was not contested.

The Joyces were married March 3, 1925, in an elopement to Maryland, and separated last May, 1937, she testified. They have a son, 11.

Mrs. Joyce testified she was ordered to "get out" by her husband several times and that he frequently showed violent anger.

Once, she told the court, he twisted her arm, tore open her dress and took $10 from her in the presence of a group of friends. That was at Christmas time, 1935, she testified. January 30, 1937, while returning from a ball at a hotel here, Joyce beat, her and took her purse while friends looked on, the wife said, adding that this incident took place in front of the Court House.

Mrs. Joyce showed scars on her neck to Erickson in telling of the incident when her husband snuffed out a cigarette. The wife told the court it caused her to suffer intense pain.

Four days later, last May 6, he kicked her in the stomach and pushed her down. a stairway, Mrs. Joyce testified. It was after this that she left home and went to Philadelphia to live, Mrs. Joyce said.

507 Haddon Avenue

1938 Worthington Winfield Joyce

Camden Courier-Post
February 9, 1938

507 Haddon Avenue

1938 Theresa Joyce

Camden Courier-Post
February 26, 1938

 

507 Haddon Avenue

1956 Pallas David

Camden Courier-Post
December 11, 1956

507 Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2009

 

From left:
507, 505, 503 & 501
Haddon Avenue

Intersection
of
Haddon Avenue
&
Newton Avenue
in background

January 2, 2009

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Intersection of Haddon Avenue & South 9th Street
Looking South
down
North 9th Street
from
Haddon Avenue

January 2, 2008

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Northwest Corner
of
Haddon Avenue
and
South 9th Street

January 2, 2009

From left:
507, 505, 503 & 501
Haddon Avenue

Intersection
of
Haddon Avenue
&
Newton Avenue
in background

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Looking North
on
Haddon Avenue
from
South 9th Street

January 2, 2009

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Looking North
on
Haddon Avenue
from
South 9th Street

January 2, 2009

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500 Block of Haddon Avenue
510-571 Haddon Avenue
   
   

 

 
   
  513 Haddon Avenue

1969 M. Frazier
1980 gone

Storm Snaps Heat Plague; 4 More Drown 
Man and Woman Struck By Lightning; Mercury Tumbles

The only heat prostration in the city treated at the local hospitals was that of Miss Catherine Errickson, 23, of 517 Haddon Avenue. She collapsed while walking along Haddon Avenue, near Carman Street, and was taken to the Cooper Hospital. After treatment she was taken to her home. . 

517 Haddon Avenue

1933 Catherine Errickson

Camden Courier-Post
June 13, 1933

Mr. and Mrs. Horace T. Morton, of 518 Haddon Avenue, have opened their cottage in Pitman for the season, as have Mr. and Mrs. Horace Simpson, of 604 North Sixth Street. 

518 Haddon Avenue

1933 Horace T. Morton

Camden Courier-Post
June 12, 1933

  520 Haddon Avenue

1910s-1920s
Howard Lee & Family
Howard & Martha Lee

520 Haddon Avenue

1938
Sayde Price

Camden Courier-Post
February 22, 1938

  523 Haddon Avenue

1955
Catholic Charities

MAN IN ALIMONY CASE SAYS WIFE EARNS MORE

Haled into chancery court by his former wife on a charge of contempt of court in neglecting to pay alimony, Herman Saxe, 528 Haddon Avenue, testified yesterday that· his wife is employed and receives a larger wage than he does.

He was arraigned before William J. Kraft, advisory master in chancery, on complaint of Mrs. Celia Saxe, of 4917 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia. She obtained a divorce from him last July and the court ordered him to pay her $6 a week alimony. She asserted that she has not received one cent from him.

When he took the stand in his own defense, Saxe stated he works in a Camden factory for $20 a week and that his wife receives $30 at her Philadelphia place of employment. Mrs. Saxe denied this.

Kraft adjourned the hearing for two weeks to give Saxe an opportunity to obtain additional testimony, substantiating hill allegation. 

528 Haddon Avenue

1933 Herman Saxe

Camden Courier-Post
June 26, 1933

 

528 Haddon Avenue

1947 Charles S. Hance

 

529 Haddon Avenue

1950 Ernest Wolf

Camden Courier-Post
January 9, 1950

Clifford Del Rossi
August Pflederer

  533 Haddon Avenue

Robert Weyman
Camden High School Class of 1959

Mrs. Scott Forms Junior Board for Hospital Service

Mrs. William B. Scott today announces the organization of a Junior Women's Board to the West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital.

The membership consists of the officers of the junior auxiliaries throughout this city and the suburbs. At the initial meeting on Monday evening at Mrs. Scott's home, 540 Haddon Avenue, were representatives from Camden, East Camden, Pitman and Pennsauken Merchantville auxiliaries.

The objective of the board is to more closely unite the activities of the junior groups by outlining the year's work and by discussing plans concerning hospital affairs. One result of the meeting was the decision of various auxiliaries to maintain beds' in the hospital as their annual project.

Mrs. Scott, who is president of the Senior Women's Board, is directing the activities of the Junior Board. Miss Christine Brummer, of this city, a member of the Camden auxiliary, has been appointed secretary, and Mrs. Esther C. Abbott. of Pitman, financial chairman. The Camden branch is headed by Miss Lillian Hughes, of Camden.

The board will be in charge of the dance arrangements for the annual card party and dance, held for the benefit of the hospital, on April 5. Mrs. Lillian Hughes, of this city, heads the music committee. 

540 Haddon Avenue

1938-1953
Mrs. Ethel Middleton Scott

Camden Courier-Post
February 9, 1938

William B. Scott

540 Haddon Avenue

1938-1953
Mrs. Ethel Middleton Scott

Camden Courier-Post
July 6, 1953

William B. Scott
West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital

 

Roofing

LOWEST prices on roofing and siding Liberal terms. South Jersey Roofing Co 542 Haddon Ave. Camden 5924

542 Haddon Avenue

1938
South Jersey Roofing Company

Camden Courier-Post
February 17, 1938


547 Haddon Avenue

1941
Mrs. Josephine Christian

Camden Courier-Post
July 22, 1941
&
July 23, 1941

 

  548 Haddon Avenue

1952 Leo Jekel

27 Mild Padlocks Provided In U.S. Court Rules by Avis

Lawrence L. Murphy, 33, of 552 Haddon Avenue, Camden, was fined $25 when he pleaded guilty to possession of two jugs of liquor. He was arrested February 10 with the liquor in his possession. 

552 Haddon Avenue

1933 Horace T. Morton

Camden Courier-Post
June 13, 1933

  552 Haddon Avenue

1929
Irvin Franklin Bishop

27 Mild Padlocks Provided
In U.S. Court Rules by Avis

Lawrence L. Murphy, 33, of 552 Haddon Avenue, Camden, was fined $25 when he pleaded guilty to possession of two jugs of liquor. He was arrested February 10 with the liquor in his possession. 

552 Haddon Avenue

1933 Lawrence L. Murphy

Camden Courier-Post
June 13, 1933

552 Haddon Avenue

1932 Albert L. Feldman

Camden Courier-Post
June 9, 1932

553 Haddon Avenue

1911
Mrs. Emma Scott & Family
Raymond Schuck
Alva Schuck
Mabel Schuck

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 22, 1911

554 Haddon Avenue

Furnished Rooms

Camden Courier-Post
June 7, 1933

557 Haddon Avenue

1932
Albert L. Feldman & Family

Camden Courier-Post
June 9, 1932

559 Haddon Avenue

1919-1920
Benjamin Middleton

563 Haddon Avenue

1935-1955
Stakley's Auto Radiator Shop

Camden Courie-Post
August 31, 1935

563 Haddon Avenue

1935-1955
Stakley's Auto Radiator Shop

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  571 Haddon Avenue

1877-1914 William F. "Billy" Sand
1914-1933 Thompson's Cafe - James D. Thompson
1936-1949 William Dischert 
1954-1959 Toby Stewart's Tavern  
1964-1967 The Corner 
1969 Gone



Intersection of Haddon Avenue, Line Street & Mt. Ephraim Avenue
Northeast Corner

Fleck Plumbing & Heating Supplies Co.


Northeast Corner

Fleck Plumbing & Heating Supplies Co.

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Advertisemtns
   

700 Block of Haddon Avenue
700 Haddon Avenue

1923 Fred Neubaum
confectionary

excerpted from
This is the Beginning of my Life Story
by Robert Fred Neubaum
written about 1987

When I was about 8 years old (1918), my father, who was a machinist at the Bethlehem Steel company, left this job and moved to Camden, New Jersey, to work in the shipbuilding industry because of higher wages. Not long after he went there, World War I ended, and the shipbuilding industry declined. He then worked in a small machine shop called Morton's Machine Shop until work became slack there, too. 

He then purchased a store on Kaighn Avenue. It was a combination cigar, candy and ice cream store which also sold newspapers and magazines. He later moved the store to the intersection of Haddon Avenue, Mt. Ephraim Avenue and Line Street

700 Haddon Avenue

1923 Fred Neubaum
confectionary

When I finished the 7th grade in school, he asked me to come to Camden to tend the store while he went to work at an outside job, since the income from the store was not sufficient. He gave me instructions on how to arrive there: by train from Harrisburg to Philadelphia, by subway from the train station to the ferry landing, by ferry across the Delaware River to Camden, and by trolley car to the location of the store. When I arrived, my father sent me alone to a restaurant about a block away, and it was then I had my first restaurant meal. They served me soup, and I ate the soup and got up to leave. The proprietor told me that wasn't the entire meal, so I sat down and had the rest of the meal.

Left: Bob Neubaum at his father' store in Camden

700 Haddon Avenue

1923 Fred Neubaum
confectionary

For the entire summer vacation I clerked in the store during the daylight hours while my father worked at a machine shop, coming home in the evening to take care of the store until it closed at 11 p.m. Each evening at 11 o'clock the telephone would ring, and a voice would say "Breyer's calling," at which time we would give our order for the various flavors of ice cream to be delivered the next day by horse and wagon.

Left: Bob Neubaum at the door to the store

 

700 Haddon Avenue

1923 Fred Neubaum
confectionary

The next day the ice cream would be delivered, placed in the ice cream cabinet and chopped ice poured over the cans of ice cream. This had to be stomped down with a club about the size and shape of a baseball bat to pack it around the cans to keep the ice cream from melting. Salt was also sprinkled into the ice to cause it to melt, and the ice water was colder than the ice itself…so the ice water would keep the ice cream from melting.

There were 2 telephones in the store because there were rival telephone companies--the Bell and the Keystone. The same situation existed in Harrisburg, and subscribers to one telephone system could not contact subscribers of the other.

Left: Nell (the dog) with one of the guys who hung out in the store

700 Haddon Avenue

1923 Fred Neubaum
confectionary

While working in the store that summer during vacation, I acquired a camera from a punchboard in the store and took a lot of pictures on weekends when I wasn't working. I would walk to different parts of the city on Sundays and take pictures of various buildings--city hall, high school buildings, and various statues. At the end of the summer I returned to Enhaut in time to start school in the 8th grade in Oberlin.

Left: Interior of the store with another guy who hung out there

  700 Haddon Avenue

1924-1927 Samuel Rudinoff
restaurant

708 Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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710 Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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712 Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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712 Haddon Avenue

1941 Harry J. Weaver
1941 Alwin L. Newman

Camden Courier-Post
July 4, 1941

716 Haddon Avenue

1909
Charles H. Klump & Family
Charles H. & Sarah Patterson Klump

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 28, 1909

716 Haddon Avenue

1909
Charles H. Klump & Family
Charles & Sarah Patterson Klump

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 28, 1909

716 Haddon Avenue

1927-1960
Royden I. Zeigler & Family
Royden I. & Hilda Zeigler

Camden Courier-Place
November 25, 1955

716 Haddon Avenue

1927-1960
Royden I. Zeigler & Family
Royden I. & Hilda Zeigler
Amelia Zeigler
Hazel Zeigler 

Camden Courier-Post
November 18, 1960

718 Haddon Avenue

1909
Oscar W. Cunningham & Family
Oscar W. & Deborah K. Dunbar Cunningham

Philadelphia Inquirer
Octoiber 19, 1917

724 Haddon Avenue

1910
A.P. Macks & Family
A.P. & Katie Macks
Annie Macks

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 24, 1819

Alpha Club of Camden
Camden Businessmen's Improvement Ass.

732 Haddon Avenue

1910 Mrs. Elizabeth May Johnson

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 17, 1910


Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Pine Street - early 1950s
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Left: Sitting on the wall are Mr. Robison's nephews and niece, Tony, Annamarie and Joe Di Paola Jr.  
In the background, parked on the
Haddon Avenue side of 964 Pine Street is the Willys truck belonging to  Robison's Typewriter and Cash Register Repair. 

Below: Looking South-east on Haddon Avenue from the corner of Haddon Avenue & Pine Street
Looking Southwest
on
Haddon
Avenue
from
Pine Street

February 5, 2009

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to enlarge

801-825 Haddon Avenue

February 5, 2009

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800 Block of Haddon Avenue
  800-802 Haddon Avenue

1947 Rose's Meats & Groceries

One of the largest funerals that has taken place in Camden for some time was that of George Bird, who was buried from his home, 801 Haddon Avenue. The services were in charge of Rev. Isaac Bagley and interment was made in the Evergreen Cemetery.

801 Haddon Avenue

1908
George Bird

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 9, 1908

806 Haddon Avenue

1930-1931
William P. Chambers & Family
William P. & Patience A. Chambers
Ethel Chambers
Mildred Chambers
William Chambers Jr.
Davis Chambers
Charles Chambers
Mary Chambers
Patince Anna Chambers

  810 Haddon Avenue

1905-1906
Harry H. Thompson & Family
Harry H. & Georgetta Thompson
Alvin S. Thompson
Lola Thompson
Lydon Thompson

  811 Haddon Avenue

1919-1920
John Brothers
policeman

  814 Haddon Avenue

1924 Charles H. Pooley

817 Haddon Avenue

1933
Samuel Miller

Camden Courier-Post
August 16, 1933

Florence Ricot
Park Boulevard
Kaighn Avenue

Pine Street

. 820 Haddon Avenue

1940 Luca R. D'Oria

 

820 Haddon Avenue

1955
Lambert E. Greiner

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

825 Haddon Avenue

1931 Charles B. Benson

Tall Cedars of lebanon
Camden Forest No. 5
6th Annual Show Program
April 23-24-25, 1931

  828 Haddon Avenue

1924 Albert T. Purnell

  825 Haddon Avenue

Arlene Wilson
Camden High School Class of 1959

828 Haddon Avenue

August 18, 2005

 

828 Haddon Avenue

August 18, 2005

828 Haddon Avenue

August 18, 2005

830 Haddon Avenue

1926-1932 Jean Lukoff
1932 George Earl Miller 

Camden Courier-Post
June 3, 1932

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Grace Miller
Haddon Avenue
North 34th Street
Marshal H. Diverty
Eutaw Avenue

834 Haddon Avenue

1906-1915
Wilbur A. Drown

844 Haddon Avenue

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846 Haddon Avenue

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846 Haddon Avenue

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848 Haddon Avenue

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848 & 850
Haddon Avenue

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850 Haddon Avenue

John E. Jobes
Camden High School Class of 1960

Photo taken October 22, 2011

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Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Division Street
   
   
   

800 Block of Haddon Avenue
851 Haddon Avenue

1924
Frank S. Van Hart

1929 Vacant

Left: Frank S. Van Hart


851 Haddon Avenue

1940-1960s
Robert J. Blake
funeral home

Camden Courier-Post
February 18, 1951
&
1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

851 Haddon Avenue

1924 Frank S. Van Hart
1929 Vacant
1940-1960s Robert J. Blake
funeral home

Photo taken March 15, 2003

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851 Haddon Avenue

1924 Frank S. Van Hart
1929 Vacant
1940s-1960s Robert J. Blake
funeral home

Photo taken March 15, 2003

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851 Haddon Avenue

Photo taken 2007

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851 Haddon Avenue

Photo taken 2007

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854 Haddon Avenue

Photo taken October 22, 2011

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856 Haddon Avenue

1930-1950
William K. Buzine & Family
Camden Fire Department
William K. & Katherine Buzine

Photo taken October 22, 2011

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856 Haddon Avenue

1905
Albert DeUnger

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 26, 1905



857 Haddon Avenue

1919-1928
Dr. Elizabeth Clarke
Dr. Charles L. Clarke

Camden Courier-Post
June 10, 1932

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Complete Newspaper Articles

 

860 & 862
Haddon Avenue

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861 Haddon Avenue

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862 Haddon Avenue

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863 Haddon Avenue

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  864 Haddon Avenue

1920s-1940s
Vincent Ardire & Family
Vincent & Anna Ardire
Grace Ardire
Philip Ardire
Biaggio P. Ardire
Marie Ardire

866 Haddon Avenue

Furnished Rooms

"Gentleman pref. $2.50 week"

Camden Courier-Post
June 7, 1933

  870 Haddon Avenue

1952 Mrs. Anna Halliwell

  898 Haddon Avenue

Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Spruce Street
   
   
   

900 Block of Haddon Avenue
  900 Haddon Avenue

2011

901 Haddon Avenue

1914
Liscomb T. Mulford

Philadelphia inquirer
June 19, 1915

901 Haddon Avenue
  902 Haddon Avenue

2011

903 Haddon Avenue
903-905 Haddon Avenue
903-905 Haddon Avenue
  904 Haddon Avenue

2011

905 Haddon Avenue
  906 Haddon Avenue

2011 



907 Haddon Avenue

1930-1932
Frank Gallagher & Family
Frank & Mary Gallagher
Mrs. Mary Hagen
Charles W. Hagen

Camden Courier-Post
June 2, 1932
&
June 9, 1932

  907 Haddon Avenue

1942 Joseph Grossberg
1947 Phillip Grossburg

907 Haddon Avenue

September 2006

  908 Haddon Avenue

1924 John Hefflinger

908 Haddon Avenue

June 17, 2006

  909 Haddon Avenue

Catherine Johnson
Camden High School Class of 1960

909-913 Haddon Avenue

 

  910 Haddon Avenue

2011

  911 Haddon Avenue

2011

912 Haddon Avenue

1907-1921
Benjamin F. Bibighaus & Family
Benjamin F. & Elizabeth B. Bibighaus
Benjamin F. Bibighaus Jr.

Left: Benjamin F. Bibighaus Sr.

912 Haddon Avenue

1907-1921
Benjamin F. Bibighaus & Family
Benjamin F. & Elizabeth B. Bibighaus
Benjamin F. Bibighaus Jr.

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 19, 1917

Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church

  913 Haddon Avenue

2011 

914 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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915 Haddon Avenue

1890s-1960s
Camden Home for Friendless Children

915 Haddon Avenue

1960s-2000s
Salvation Army

Photo Taken August 18, 20111

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  916 Haddon Avenue

2011 Gone

918 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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918, 920 & 922
Haddon Avenue

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920 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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922 Haddon Avenue

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924 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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924 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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926 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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928 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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930 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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930 Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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  932 Haddon Avenue

2011 Gone

934 Haddon Avenue

1927-1928 Stanley B. Scott
Custom Furniture

Camden Courier-Post
January 7, 1928

2011 Gone

  936 Haddon Avenue

2011 Gone

  938 Haddon Avenue

David E. Nicktern
Camden High School Class of 1959

2011 Gone

  940 Haddon Avenue

1947

940 Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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940 Haddon Avenue

Destroyed by Fire July 29, 2011

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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940 Haddon Avenue

Destroyed by Fire July 29, 2011

Photo Taken July 29, 2011

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Demolition of 940 of Haddon Avenue - August 9, 2012
Looking East on Walnut Street - July 29, 2011 - Click on Image to Enlarge
 
 
 
 

Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Walnut Street
Looking East on Walnut Street - July 29, 2011 - Click on Image to Enlarge
   

1000 Block of Haddon Avenue
1000 Haddon Avenue

1936 Sloan's Cafe 
1939-1947 Michael Mulvihill 
1954-1970 Haddon Tavern 
1990 Closed
2006 Razed

Photo March 16, 2003

1000 Haddon Avenue

1936 Sloan's Cafe 
1939-1947 Michael Mulvihill 
1954-1970 Haddon Tavern 
1990 Closed
2006 Razed

Photo March 16, 2003

1002 Haddon Avenue

Photo March 16, 2003

2011 Gone

  1004 Haddon Avenue

2003 Vacant
2011 Gone

1006-1010
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1006
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1008
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1010
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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  1012
Haddon Avenue

 

  1014
Haddon Avenue

 

  1016
Haddon Avenue

 

1018-1022
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1018
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1018 Haddon Avenue

1905 Mrs. Catherine Koboat

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 7, 1905

Camillus Appley
George Widenstein

Looking South
beginning at
1020 Haddon Avenue

August 9, 2012

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1020
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1022
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1024-1026
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1024
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1026
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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  1028 Haddon Avenue

 

  1030 Haddon Avenue

1920s-1940s Walter & Mattie Boone

1032-1034
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1032
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1034
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1036-1038
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1036
Haddon Avenue

June 11, 2011

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1038 Haddon Avenue

1940s
Corrado Manello & Family
Corrado & Alfia Mannello
Sebastian Mannello
Louise Mannello

June 11, 2011

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1038 Haddon Avenue

Private First Class
Sebastian Mannella

   

Intersection of Haddon Avenue & Mount Vernon Street
COLLINGSWOOD MAN HURT

Suffering cuts and bruises, Kline H. William, of 2203 East Madison avenue, Collingswood, was treated at the West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital on Saturday after he was struck by an automobile at Haddon Avenue and Mt. Vernon Street.

The driver of the car, Harry Shaner, 44, of 1120 Kaighn Avenue, had no driver's license, according to Patrolman Stanley Wirtz. He was held in his own recognizance for a hearing in police court.

Camden Courier-Post
June 12, 1933

   
   
   

1000 Block of Haddon Avenue
1028 Haddon Avenue

1955
Haddon Cycle Shop

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

 

1039 Haddon Avenue

1918-1943 Frank Wisniewski
1947-1970 Helen Wisniewski Frank's Cafe
1977-2004 Bundy's Jokers Wild

 

1040 Haddon Avenue

1940s-1961
Joseph P. Boone

1042 Haddon Avenue

1915
Budd Evering

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 28, 1915

 

Mrs. William Griffith, of 1042 Haddon avenue, will entertain at luncheon today at her home for the 
members of her fortnightly club.

1042 Haddon Avenue

1935 William Griffith

Camden Courier-Post
October 29, 1935

1043 Haddon Avenue

1894-1897
James Lilley & Family
James & Emma Pine Lilley
William Lilley - John E. Lilley
Sarah Lilley

Philadelphia Inquirer
November 28, 1894

Joseph A. Pine

 

1043 Haddon Avenue

1929 John B. Toland

 


1043 Haddon Avenue

1932
Arthur Lilley & Family
Arthur & Anna Lilley
Arthur Lilley
George Lilley
Frank Lilley
Albert Lilley
Anna May Lilley
Dorothy Lilley

Austin H. Swackhamer

 

1043 Haddon Avenue

Private First Class
Frank Lilley
  1045 Haddon Avenue

1947
Julius "Frankie 'Kid' Carlin" Lighthiser

1047 Haddon Avenue

1955
Camden Auto Top Company

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  1050 Haddon Avenue

Edward Van Osten
Camden High School Class of 1959

1051-1053 Haddon Avenue

1946-1967
Almond Glass Works

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad
&
1967 Banquet Program Ad

Thomas Almond
Lester Brutschea

  1052 Haddon Avenue

Ethel Jones
Camden High School Class of 1960

  1057 Haddon Avenue
1924 Stephen Buczkowski
1057 Haddon Avenue

1940-1947 United Glass & Top Works
George Hildrew

February 1940
Camden High School Yearbook

1063 Haddon Avenue

1955
Ludlam Printing House

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

1063 Haddon Avenue

1960s-1970s
John V. Wilkie

 

BIBLE CLASS ENTERTAINED

Mrs. William Griffith, of 1080 Haddon Avenue, entertained at her home on Tuesday evening for the members of the Wide Awake Bible class of the Parkside M. E. Church. 

1068 Haddon Avenue

1933 William Griffith

Camden Courier-Post
June 22, 1933

1073 Haddon Avenue

1898-1898
William W. Carris & Family
William W. & Annie Carris
Irene Carris

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 11, 1898amden Courier-Post
March 12, 1930

  1073 Haddon Avenue

1900
Mrs. Sarah Harris
widow of John Harris

1901
Joseph Weitzman & Family
bottler
Joseph & Sarah Weitzman

1073 Haddon Avenue

Franks & Sweeney
Electrical Company

Camden Courier-Post
March 12, 1930

1073 Haddon Avenue

1947-1960
Silhouette Gift Shop
Fred Kocher & Family
Frederick W.  & Etta N. Kocher
Shirley Kocher - Donald Kocher

Apartment Damaged By Fire 11/6/1951 

Camden Courier-Post
November 6, 1951

1073 Haddon Avenue

1947-1954
Silhouette Gift Shop 

Camden Courier-Post
May 14, 1952
From Jake Weiner's "Life Hereabouts" Column

Arthelia Rodman

1073 Haddon Avenue

1947-1954
Silhouette Gift Shop 

Camden Courier-Post
February 11, 1954
From Jake Weiner's "Life Hereabouts" Column

Dr. Henry Wisniewski

1073 Haddon Avenue

1947-1954
Silhouette Gift Shop 

Camden Courier-Post
November 1, 1954

1073 Haddon Avenue

1947-1954
Silhouette Gift Shop 

Camden Courier-Post
November 1, 1954

1079 Haddon Avenue

Jack's Candy & Smoke Shop

Camden High Shool
January 1928
Purple & Gold Yearbook

  1079 Haddon Avenue

Bernard Guralson
Camden High School Class of 1959

  1079 Haddon Avenue

Bernice Guralson
Camden High School Class of 1960

  1081 Haddon Avenue

1955
Parkway Tailoring Shop

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Listing

  1085 Haddon Avenue

1947 Mary & Vi's Seafood & Oyster House
1950s-1970s Canary Cottage
James Sarli& Family


Intersection of Haddon Avenue, Chestnut Street & Park Boulevard
   
Southwest Corner of Haddon Avenue & Chestnut Street - August 16, 2011
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1100 Block of Haddon Avenue
  1100 Haddon Avenue
1101-1103
Haddon Avenue

1923-1924 Millwood Motor Co.
New Car Dealership

  1101-1103
Haddon Avenue

1923-1924 United Auto Electric
Auto Repairs

1101-1103
Haddon Avenue

1929-1930s
George M. Beringer, Inc.

 

George M. Beringer Jr., President
Benjamin W. Davis, Vice-President
Charles L. Barrett, Secretary-Treasurer

Wholesale and Retail Druggists
and Manufacturing Chemist

1101-1103
Haddon Avenue

1929-1930s
George M. Beringer, Inc.

Camden Courier-Post
June 6, 1932

1101-1103
Haddon Avenue

1955
Newman Glass Works

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  1101 Haddon Avenue

2011
JM Supermarket

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1101 & 1103
Haddon Avenue

Photo Taken August 16, 2011

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1103 Haddon Avenue

Photos Taken
 February 1, 20014 & August 16, 2011

2011-2016 Final Touch Barber Shop

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1103 Haddon Avenue

1912 Charles Muller

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 17, 1912

John H. Dialogue ship yard

1104
Haddon Avenue

1955
Eastern Television Service
Company of New Jersey

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

1111 Haddon Avenue
1105-115 Haddon Avenue

1936-1950s
George's Auto Service
George Schatz
1940s-1950s
Auto Parts & Ignition Co.
George Schatz

Camden Courier-Post
June 1, 1939

1111 Haddon Avenue
1105-115 Haddon Avenue

1955
H. Monokian & Sons

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Listing

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1111 Haddon Avenue
1105-115 Haddon Avenue

1955
H. Monokian & Sons


1111 Haddon Avenue
1105-115 Haddon Avenue

1955
Rug Cleaning by Sullivan

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Listing

 

1111 Haddon Avenue
1105-115 Haddon Avenue

1955
H. Monokian & Sons

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Listing

Photo taken February 1, 2004

1111 Haddon Avenue