Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Fillmore Street


FILLMORE STREET appears to have been named after Millard Fillmore, 13th president of the United States. 

Fillmore Street runs parallel to the east of Broadway, from Jackson Street to Chelton Avenue. When Camden Beer was brewed at the brewery at 6th and Bulson Street, Fillmore Street ran all the way through to the railroad tracks at Bulson Street.

During World War II, six men from Fillmore Street gave their lives for America. The were Michael Carr, John Pluskosky, Elwood Shone, John E. Shuler, Leon Skabicki, and Alfred C. Titus. Professional basketball and baseball player Joe Hyde lived at 1600 Fillmore in the 1900s and 1910s; his father and he ran Hyde's Tavern around the corner at 1600 South 6th Street for over 40 years.

Speaking of bars, over the years Fillmore Street had three of Camden's many bars and taverns on different corners. Only one is open today, at Fillmore and Jefferson Streets. This bar was known from the late 1950s through 2003 as the AnBe Tavern. It was renamed El Bohio Bar & Grill in August of 2003.   

Do you have an Fillmore Street memory or picture. Let me know by e-mail so it can be included here.

 Phil Cohen


My friend Loretta Wilson asked if I could find a little history about her childhood home at 1605 Fillmore Street. We turned that into a web-page about the 1600 Block of Fillmore Street.  


1600 Block of Fillmore Street - October 1, 2003

Intersection of Fillmore Street & Jackson Street
   

1600 Block of Fillmore Street - Sanborn Map - 1962

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1600 Block of Fillmore Street
1602 to 1624
 Fillmore Street

October 1, 2003

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  1603  Fillmore Street

Alexander John Wasko Sr.
&
Family

1950-1967

Alexander J. & Eleanor Wasko
Diane Wasko
Joanne Wasko
Barbara Wasko
Mary Wasko
Alexander J. Wasko Jr.
Michael Wasko
Eleanor Wasko
Patricia Wasko
Katheryn Wasko
Joseph Wasko

 Our great, great grandmother also lived with us. Her name was Charlotte Hickman.

Diane Wasko
October, 2001

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1605 Fillmore Street

October 1, 2003

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Burned and razed 2008

1605 Fillmore Street

1905
Julian R. Anderson

Knights of the Modern Maccabees

Knights of the Maccabees

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1605 to 1615
Fillmore Street

October 1, 2003

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  1606 Fillmore Street

1940s-1970s
Charles Skabicki & Family
Charlie & Anna Skabicki

1614 Fillmore Street

1930s-1934
David R. Ellis

1615 Fillmore Street

1894
John W. Smith & Family
John W. & Clara Roselma Smith

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 6, 1894

1615 Fillmore Street

Charles Flacco

Camden Courier-Post
July 16, 1942

American Legion Post 274
Edward Mills - Pietro Damario
Albert diGiacomo - Giustino Fizallo
Fillmore Street - Broadway
Viola Street

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  1617 Fillmore Street

1920s
The Benzuk Family

YOUTH BLAMES INJURY ON STREET ASSAILANT

Edward Keyko, 16, of 1619 Fillmore Street, was cut slightly on the arm early today when he was attacked by a man he could not describe in the darkness at Ninth Street and Atlantic Avenue. He was treated at West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital.

1619 Fillmore Street

1933 Edward Keyko

Camden Courier-Post
June 19, 1933

  1622 Fillmore Street

1894-1934
Frank & Eleanor Jane Wilmot

  1625 Fillmore Street

1910s - 1930s
John & Mary Carr Family

  1625 Fillmore Street

Michael Carr

  1627 Fillmore Street

1892-1899
John A. Furey
1910s-1929
William "Paddy" Miles

  1629 Fillmore Street

1912-1916
William M. McLaughlin & Family
William & Margaret McLaughlin
William McLaughlin
Albert McLaughlin
Daniel McLaughlin
Francis J. "Frank" McLaughlin
Neal McLaughlin

  1631 Fillmore Street

1888
James P. Croker

1631 Fillmore Street

1918
Christian Heitman

Philadelphia Inquirer
March 17, 1918

Poth Brewing Company
(Camden Beer)

  1639 Fillmore Street

1896 Samuel D. Cox
policeman

  1643 Fillmore Street

1910-1913
Emerson Athletic Club


Intersection of Fillmore Street & Van Hook Street
 
Looking North
on
Fillmore Street

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Looking North
on
Fillmore Street
from

Van Hook Street

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1700 Block of Fillmore Street

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1700 Fillmore Street

1900 William Heritage

from the 1900 census sheet

1701 Fillmore Street

1895-1915
Dr. Francis J. Bicker Sr.

1701 Fillmore Street

1900s-1915
Dr. Francis J. Bicker Sr.

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 21, 1902

Arthur M. Sitley
Sitley & Son

1701 Fillmore Street

1900s-1910s

Carl F. Bicker

  1700 Fillmore Street

1947
Philip Fine
Grocery

MRS. KATE DeNISE, GROCER, 
1701 FILLMORE STREET

'THIS estimable lady opened this business about three months ago. The store itself is about 20 feet front and 30 feet deep. It is fitted in a very handsome and commodious manner. A large and varied stock is carried, and comprises a full line of Sugars, Spices, Teas, Coffees, Flour, and the many articles that belong in this branch.

Provisions, Fresh Fruits and Salt Meats are made a specialty of. Three efficient assistants are constantly employed.

Mrs. DeNise has always been one of the city's most respected residents.

1701 Fillmore Street

1890
Mrs. Kate DeNise
Grocery

Historical and Industrial Review
Of
Camden, New Jersey
1890-1891

1701 Fillmore Street

1914-1945
Harry A. Rudolph & Family
HArry A. & Emma Rudolph
August L. Rudolph

August Flood - South 6th Street
Cooper Hospital - Broadway

Philadelphia Inquirer
MarchH 19, 1915

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1914-1945
Harry A. Rudolph

August Flood - South 6th Street
Cooper Hospital - Broadway

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 23, 1900

 

1701 Fillmore Street

1910s - 1945
Harry A. Rudolph

1947-1970s
Ralph's Meat Market
Ralph Pawlowski

 

1701 Fillmore Street

1947-1970s
Ralph's Meat Market
Ralph Pawlowski

My husband had this picture of his grandfather, Ralph Pawlowski, of Ralph’s Meat Market. Ralph is the big guy in the middle. 

We don’t have any info on the other guys. Maybe someone can identify them. My husband told me Ralph ran this club in the basement of the meat store. We still have that sign and the date on it is 1949.  

Tina Petreshock
March 2008

1702 Fillmore Street

1900 Isaac Ferris

from the 1900 census sheet

1703 Fillmore Street
1701, 1703 & 1705
Fillmore Street
1705 Fillmore Street

1906 Bessie Willingmeyer

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 9, 1906

Harry Curtis

1705 Fillmore Street
1703, 1705, & 1707 Fillmore Street
1707 Fillmore Street
1709 Fillmore Street

1900
William H. Sharp & Family
William Sharp
Celia Sharp, sister
Sarah Sharp, mother
Sadie Stone, neice
James Schaffer, boarder

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 23, 1900

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  1710 Fillmore Street

1875-1950s
John W. Mickle School

1713 Fillmore Street

1924-1927
James McTaggart & Family
James & Josephine McTaggart
Francis McTaggart
Joseph McTaggart

Left: James McTaggart

1713 Fillmore Street

Elwood Shone

1713 Fillmore Street
  1715 Fillmore Street

 

1715 & 1717
Fillmore Street

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  1717 Fillmore Street

1878-1879
John W. Helmbold Sr. & Family
John W. & Maggie Helmbold
John W. Helmbold Jr.

MRS. LISETTE LEITZ

Funeral services for Mrs. Lisette Leitz, 64, of 1717 Fillmore Street, who died yesterday will be held at 9 a. m. Tuesday at the Church of the Sacred· Heart. High Mass will be said. Friends of Mrs. Leitz will gather at 8 a. m. at 1635 Broadway. Burial will be in New St. Mary's cemetery, Bellmawr. Mrs. Leitz is survived by her husband.

1717 Fillmore Street

1930s-1938
Gustave Leitz & Family
Gustave & Lisette Leitz

Camden Courier-Post
February 5, 1938

1717 Fillmore Street

1930s-1938
Gustave Leitz & Family
Gustave & Lisette Leitz

Camden Courier-Post
February 22, 1938

 

1718 Fillmore Street

1938 Patsy Ralo

Camden Courier-Post
February 25, 1938

 

1721 Fillmore Street

1900
George W. Ferris & Family
George W. & Mary C. Ferris
Earl W. Ferris
J. Clark Ferris

from the 1900 census sheet

1721 Fillmore Street

1872-1924
Joseph Cline & Family
Joseph & Emma Cline
Andrew Cline
William Cline
Harry Cline
Joseph Milford Cline
Ralph Milford Cline
Emma Cline

Joseph and Emma Cline on their 50th wedding anniversary, in 1916, surrounded by their children. Standing left-right are: Ralph Cline, Harry Cline, Joseph Cline, Andrew Cline, and William Cline. Sitting left-right are: Joseph Cline, daughter  Emma Cline Davis, and Emma Cline.

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1721 Fillmore Street

1910s-1924
Joseph Milford Cline & Family
Joseph M. & Margaret J. Cline
Kathryn Cline
Ralph M. Cline
Joseph H. Cline
Mary Elizabeth Cline 
Margaret Emma Cline
Ruth Davis Cine
Janet Cline

Joseph & Margaret Cline, circa 1918

Not all of Joseph M. & Margaret Cline's children were born while the family lived at 1721 Fillmore Street. The family had moved by the time the 1927 City Directory was compiled.

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  1721 Fillmore Street

1929 Frank Hordecker

1723 Fillmore Street

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1725 Fillmore Street

1910s-1930s
Charles & Catherine Collins
Boardinghouse
Benjamin W. Sykes

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1725 Fillmore Street

1910s-1930s
Benjamin W. Sykes

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REMOVED TO HOSPITALS

The police ambulance removed the following residents of South Camden to the hospitals late on Saturday afternoon:

West Jersey Homeopathic- William Perry, aged 62 years, 1725 Fillmore Street; Albert Biron, 24 years old, 1108 Baring Street.

Cooper Hospital- Mrs. Edna Rosenfelt, aged 23 years, 575 Washington Street; Margaret Radcliffe and John Carella, inmates of Children's Home.

1725 Fillmore Street

1922 William Perry

Camden Courier-Post
January 9, 1922

1727 Fillmore Street

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  1727 Fillmore Street

1850s - 1890s
Fillmore Street
Methodist Church

  1729 Fillmore Street

1897-1904
George L. Walker & Family

James Walker (father)
George L. & Susan Walker
(son & daughter-in-law
Walter J. & Mary Walker
(son & daughter-in-law)

In 1901, Walter J. and Mary Walker
moved to 519 Van Hook Street.

In 1904, James Walker moved to 1748 Fillmore Street, leaving just George L. and Susan Walker at 1729 Fillmore Street.

  1729 Fillmore Street

1947 Vincent Addezio

1729 Fillmore Street

1957 Julius Galmin Sr.


Camden Courier-Post
December 10, 1957

1731 & 1733
Fillmore Street

1891-1913
Firman D. Roork & Family
bakery
Firman & Anna Roork
Harvey Roork
Helen Roork

Residence at 1731, Bakery at 1733

  1731 Fillmore Street

1931
William L. Harris

  1732 Fillmore Street

1906 James Walker

  1733 Fillmore Street

1930
William L. Harris

  1735 Fillmore Street

1947
Mrs. Alice Ware

  1735-1/2 Fillmore Street

1947
William L. Harris

  1748 Fillmore Street

1904 James Walker

  1748 Fillmore Street

1914-1930s
George Cunningham & Family
George & Elizabeth Cunningham
John Cunningham
James Cunningham
Elizabeth Cunningham
William Cunningham
Margaret Whilden
 
John Cunningham & Family
John & Olive Cunningham
Olive Cunningham

1748 Fillmore Street

1914-1930s
John Cunningham

  1748 Fillmore Street

George Cunningham Family
1910s-1930s

  1750 Fillmore Street

1906 Walter J. and Mary Walker

1752-1754 Fillmore Street

1900-1907
James H. Countiss Sr. & Family
hardware store
James H. & Sarah E. Tannier Countiss
James H. Countiss Jr.
Wilhelmina Countiss 
Elwood Liston Countiss


Intersection of Fillmore Street & Ferry Avenue
Southeast Corner
of
Fillmore Street
&
Ferry Avenue

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1800 Block of Fillmore Street

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1800 Fillmore Street

1940s
Alex Shusko's Tavern

1950s-1979
Steve's Tavern
1980
Sanchez Bar

1800 Fillmore Street

1940s
Alex Shusko's Tavern

1950s-1979
Steve's Tavern
1980
Sanchez Bar

1800 Fillmore Street

1906
Thomas Pooley

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 22, 1906

Jasper Street - Isaac Sidman

1802 Fillmore Street

1920s- 1930s
Alfred C. Titus

1806 Fillmore Street

1888
John W. Helmbold Sr. & Family
John W. & Maggie Helmbold
John W. Helmbold Jr.

1807 Fillmore Street

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John J. Pluskosky

  1807 Fillmore Street

1940s
John J. Pluskosky

1808 Fillmore Street

1918
Charles McCann

Philadelphia Inquirer
MArch 20, 1918

  1810 Fillmore Street

1940s
Alfred C. Titus

1813 Fillmore Street

1922
Joseph Bunicki

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 4, 1922

  1819 Fillmore Street

1910s-1970s
John Dubowski & Family

1819 Fillmore Street

1910s-1970s
John Dubowski & Family
John & Sophia Dubowski
Albert Dubowski
Joseph Dubowski
John Dubowski
Sophia Dubowski
Stanley Dubowski
Mary Dubowski

Camden Courier-Post
June 6, 1932

Joseph Carpani - George A. Ward
Howard Smith - George Zeitz
John Trout

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  1829 Fillmore Street

1910s-1920s
James & Gertrude Wilson 

1920s-1930s
Carrie Sriba
1930s-1973
Anthony Egnatu & Family
Anthony N. & Catharine Egnatuk
1973-1978
Edward Dreek

  1832 Fillmore Street

1910s-1930
Mary Corado

1832 Fillmore Street

1932
George Rumble

Camden Courier-Post
June 6, 1932

Joseph Carpani - George A. Ward
Howard Smith - George Zeitz
John Trout

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1832 Fillmore Street

1955
Keystone Garment Company

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Listing

  1833 Fillmore Street

1920s-1977
The Spakowoski Family

  1838 Fillmore Street

Walter J. Kirk

  1842 Fillmore Street

1913-1915
Solomon Rubin & Family
grocery at 1842, dry goods at 1900
Solomon & Bessie Rubin
Harry Rubin

1920s-1930s Frank Markiewicz
grocery
Stanley Markiewicz

1842 Fillmore Street

John E. Shuler

   

Intersection of Fillmore Street & Viola Street
   

1900 Block of Fillmore Street
  1900 Fillmore Street

1913-1915
Solomon Rubin & Family
grocery at 1842, dry goods at 1900
Solomon & Bessie Rubin
Harry Rubin

1900 Fillmore Street

Television Cafe
T & V Bar
TV Tavern

Photograph taken August 26, 2003
2006 Gone

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HELD AS TRUNK ROBBER

  Anthony Stirchik, 38; of 1900 Fillmore Street, was arrested last night charged with stealing $225 from a trunk of Forma Senchuk, who lives in the same dwelling.

1900
Fillmore Street

1933 Anthony Stirchik
1933 Forma Senchuk

Camden Courier-Post
June 21 1933

1910 Fillmore Street

1879-1892
Judson K. Fish

1917 Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

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1917 & 1919
Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

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1919 Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

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Dog Disarms Man, Blackens His Eye And Cops Do Rest

  George Ludwick lost an argument to a dog, was bitten and bruised, and yesterday was fined $26 for inciting to riot.

Ludwick is 27 and lives at 1920 Fillmore Street. He was bitten on the arm, the lip and, suffered a black eye, in an encounter with a dog in the rear of 1914 Fillmore Street. Ludwick got a club and the dog took it away from him. Then, police say, Ludwick went away and returned with a revolver. 

In the meanwhile, however, police headquarters received five telephone calls about a "riot" at that address, Motorcycle Patrol man Edward Shapiro told Judge Garfield Pancoast in Camden Police Court. Ludwick was treated at West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital and arrested. 

Ludwick said the dog snarled at him every time he passed the yard in which it is kept. He admitted he was abusive to the policeman. Pancoast declared he believed the dog had sufficient provocation to attack Ludwick.

1920
Fillmore Street

1933 George Ludwick

Camden Courier-Post
June 13, 1933

 

  1920 & 1922
Fillmore Street

2012 Gone

1921 Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

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1921 & 1923
Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken October 7, 2003

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1922
Fillmore Street

1929-1938 Peter Krawczyk
Helen Krawczyk

2012 Gone

 

1923 Fillmore Street

1890s
Robert Gess Family

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1923 Fillmore Street

1917
Mrs. Estava Kozakiewicz
Mary Kozakiewicz

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 16, 1917

Solomon Rubin - Harry Rubin
South 6th Street - Viola Street

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1924 Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

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1924 & 1924
Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

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1926 Fillmore Street

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  1927 Fillmore Street

1930
Peter Brodzik & Family
Peter & Alexandria Brodzik
Peter Brodzik Jr.
John Brodzik
Stella Brodzik
Chester Brodzik
Marion Brodzik
Eleanor Brodzik
Jennie Brodzik

1928 & 1930
Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken July 14, 2006

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1932 & 1934
Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken July 14, 2006

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1936 & 1938
Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken July 14, 2006

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SILAS LETCHFORD, GROCER, 
1938 FILLMORE STREET

THIS gentleman opened here about five years ago. The store is a corner one about 20x25 feet in dimensions and fitted in the best manner. A large stock of Groceries, Canned Goods, Spices, etc., is always to be found here. Fresh and Salt meats are also extensively handled. Imported and Domestic Fruits and Provisions are paid especial attention to.

Three capable assistants are constantly employed and one team is used to deliver orders.

Mr. I,etchford is an Englishman by birth, but has become a well known resident of this county where he has resided for nearly a quarter of a century. He is an active member of the Chieftain's League, Red Men, and has been through all chairs, for over 18 years; and was one of the original members of Knights of Labor. Prior to engaging in business he followed the avocation of a painter for many years. Is now a highly esteemed merchant and property owner.

1938 Fillmore Street

1885- early 1900s
Silas Letchford
Grocery
Silas & Sarah Letchford

Historical and Industrial Review
Of
Camden, New Jersey
1890-1891

In May of 1901 Mr. Letchford moved to 685 Jefferson Avenue and went into the real estate business. He and his wife were still there as late as 1920. He passed in the early 1920s. Sarah Letchford was still there as late as 1924.

  1938 Fillmore Street

1901
William Durham

  1938 Fillmore Street

1930
Abraham Baskoff
grocery
Maurice W. Baskoff
aka
Martin W. Baskow

  1939 Fillmore Street

1890
John P. Kenny Saloon

1939 Fillmore Street

1919
Joseph Schneider Saloon

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1939 Fillmore Street
2009

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1939 Fillmore Street
2009

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Intersection of Fillmore Street & Jefferson Street
1910s-1936
Bouillion's Saloon
1936-1956

Blanche Cafe
1959-2004
An-Be Tavern

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2004-
El Bohio Bar and Grill

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Camden Fire Department
Ladder Company 2

June 11, 2011

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2000 Block of Fillmore Street
  2003 Fillmore Street

1929 Vacant

  2005 Fillmore Street

1929 Vacant

  2007 Fillmore Street

1929 Vacant

James Bray, a 45-year-old widower, hunted for a likely lady with money and a desire to marry. He found Miss Mary Lafferty, who said she had a thousand dollars. After a week's courtship they were married. There was a fortnight of connubial bliss and then Bray wanted the cash to buy a farm with. Mrs. Bray, however, disappeared, and her husband now advertises that he will pay no debts she contracts.

2009 Fillmore Street

1891
James Bray

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 10, 1891

John Carberry, known as "Happy Hooligan", of 2009 Fillmore street, was badly beaten by toughs Monday night. The affray took place at Sixth and Van Hook streets, Carberry being stabbed four times. The police are looking for his assailants.

2009 Fillmore Street

1906
John Carberry

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 5, 2906

AUTO THIEVES JAILED

Daniel Ryrie, 16, of 2009 Fillmore Street, and Vincent Storer, 16, of 879 Florence Street, pleaded guilty to charges of larceny before Judge Samuel M. Shay, in Special Sessions Court here yesterday.

Ryrie was sent to the Rahway Reformatory and Storer to the State Home for Boys, both for indefinite terms.

The complainant was Frank DeFrancisco, 1810 South Fourth Street, whose sedan they were charged with stealing, May 17 at 1623 Collings Road.

Storer, according to Prosecutor Baldwin, admitted that he and Ryrie had stolen other automobiles, in addition to robbing a gasoline station at Almonesson. They admitted, the prosecutor said, being arrested in Gloucester. 

2009 Fillmore Street

1929 Vacant
1933 Daniel Ryrie

  2011 Fillmore Street

1929 Daniel Lazaruk

2011 to 2017
Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

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  2013 Fillmore Street

1929 Vacant

  2015 Fillmore Street

1906-1907
Thomas Osler

1929
Albert Marciano

  2017 Fillmore Street

1929 Antonio Madara

2019 Fillmore Street

1929 Vacant

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

2019 to 2021
Fillmore Street

1929 Vacant

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

2021 Fillmore Street

1929 Vacant

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

2023 Fillmore Street

1929 Charles Flynn

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

2023 & 2025 Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

2025 Fillmore Street

1919-1929 Joseph & Bertha Ryrie
Daniel Ryrie
Joseph Ryrie Jr.
Bernice Ryrie

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

I was born and raised in Camden. My name is Vincenzo Buttari III. I was born at 2025 Fillmore Street then moved to 1902 South 4th Street. I remember playing as a kid in the old brewery. I still to this day look for all memorabilia. I'm related to the cop [Clifford] Del Rossi. People ask me if I'm from South Philly because of the way I talk. I tell them I used to chew those guys up and spit them out, I'm from SOUTH CAMDEN. My wife thinks I'm nuts. I tell her that is who I am.

Vince Buttari
March 2008

2025 Fillmore Street

1955 Vincenzo Buttari III

  2027 Fillmore Street

1929 John Bender

2027 & 2029 Fillmore Street

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

2029 Fillmore Street

1929 William A. Arndt

Photograph Taken March 15, 2012

  2031 Fillmore Street

1929 Mrs. Mary Mullen
2011 Gone

  2033 Fillmore Street

1929 Albert Rock
2011 Gone

  2035 Fillmore Street

1929 Mrs. Mary Bollinger
2011 Gone

  2037 Fillmore Street

1929 Winifred A. Stone
2011 Gone


Intersection of Fillmore Street & Chelton Avenue
   

2000 Block of Fillmore Street
  2116 Fillmore Street

1929 Basil Cook

 

The
Camden Brewery

as seen from Chelton Avenue

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The
Camden Brewery

as seen from Bulson Street

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Intersection of Fillmore Street & Bulson Street
   

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