Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Vine Street


VINE STREET in North Camden is on of Camden's "Tree" streets, a feature most likely copied from Philadelphia. Vine Street at one time ran all the way to the Delaware River, where the Cooper's Point Ferry, also known as the Vine Street Ferry, had its terminal. Heading east, Vine Street, like most of the other streets in North Camden, runs all the way to 10th Street.

Vine Street is where you will find North Camden's Holy Name Church. Also located there in past years were Daly's Cafe, Ann's Tavern, and the Standard Movie Theater, also known as the North Camden Theater. 

Interesting people who have lived on Vine Street over the years include John Francis "Pop" Daly, and the brothers Theodore T. and Edward K. Cornelius

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

 Phil Cohen


The Vine Street Ferry Terminal The Vine Street Ferry Terminal
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Operated for many years by the Pennsylvania Railroad, the Cooper's Point, or Vine Street Ferry operated between Camden and Philadelphia. The Ferry was able to remain profitable even with competition from three other ferries in Camden, but the opening of the Delaware River Bridge brought a quick end to the service. The last run of the ferry was made on October 31, 1926, only a few months after the opening of the then new bridge. The top photo dates from the 1890s.

Charles S. Wolverton was the superintendent of the ferry for many years, retiring when it closed, His son, Charles A. Wolverton, represented Camden in the United States House of Representatives for 32 years


Unit Block of Vine Street

Foot of Vine Street
(601-633 Point Street)

1852-1859
Dock, Ott & DeHaven
saw mill, planing mill & lumber yard

1859-1927
Charles Stockham Lumber Company
 
Stockham & Brother until April 1882
John & Charles Stockham

1915 Patriotic Sons of America Program Ad

Foot of Vine Street

1955
Henry V. Vaughn's Son & Co. Inc.

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

66 Vine Street
Charles S. Wolverton

 

76 Vine Street

1929-1930
 James E. Parkinson Family
James E. & Elizabeth Parkinson
Mary Parkinson
James Parkinson
Sally Parkinson
Kitty Parkinson

John H. Parkinson
Jack H. Parkinson


100 Block of Vine Street

118 Vine Street
Herbert Bott

127 Vine Street

1883
Cooper's Point Stove Works
Isaac M. Cole

1883 City Directory Ad


200 Block of Vine Street

The 200 Block of Vine Street
mid 1930s

as seen from the south

Roofs of houses on Grant Street at bottom. Large building is the Cassady School on State street. The rear of Daly's Bar and the North Camden Theater are in upper right corner.  Vine, and Main Streets are above. 3rd Street at left, 2nd Street at right.

Where a playground now stands at the "point" created by the intersection of Vine & Main Streets, James F. Walton traded as "Walton the Plumber" prior to his death in 1927. He was eventually succeeded by Taggart & Green, plumbers. At 208 Vine, the next building, with doors and signs on both sides, was the Chin Bock Suey  Chinese laundry. The photo dates from the early 1940s, when Taggart & Green's office served as Civil Defense station for Air Raid Wardens in the area.  

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201 & 203-205
Vine Street
Daly's Cafe
&
The NORTH CAMDEN THEATER
1941

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201 Vine Street
John F. Daly
201 Vine Street

Daly's Cafe

201 & 203-205 Vine Street

1941

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203-205 Vine Street

Camden
Courier-Post

May 1934

203-205 Vine Street

The NORTH CAMDEN THEATER, also known as THE STANDARD, served as a Union Hall in the mid-1970s. In recent years it has been the home of the MT. ZION BAPTIST Church

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203-205 Vine Street

The NORTH CAMDEN THEATER, also known as THE STANDARD, served as a Union Hall in the mid-1970s. In recent years it has been the home of the MT. ZION BAPTIST Church

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  207 Vine Street

Ernest J. Kohm & Family

Ernest Kohm was married to Rose Daly, the daughter  of John F. DalyHis son Joseph E. Kohm ran Daly's Cafe until the early 1970s.

207 Vine Street

1911 Mrs. Mary Dickinson

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 17, 1911

Frank Lee Dickinson

 

211 Vine Street

Otto A. Bihn Sr.

213 Vine Street

February 7, 2004

The present owner follows that old Camden tradition of an immigrant running a business on the first floor and living with his family upstairs, which is a perfect example of what has made America the greatest country on the planet - People + Opportunity + Hard Work = A Great Country!  

212 & 210 Vine Street

February 7, 2004

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215 Vine Street

1890s-1900s
Captain John B. Adams & Family
John B. & Phoebe Adams
Clarence Adams

Philadelphia Inquirer
Febraury 18, 1900

217 Vine Street

1899-1900
Thomas Peterson & Family
machinist
Thomas & Jennie Peterson
Thomas Peterson Jr.
architect
Anna Peterson - Nellie Peterson
Winifred Peterson - Emma Peterson

Fred Halricht & Family
Fred & Winifrd Peterson Halright
Anthony Evans & Family
Anthony & Emma Peterson Evans

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 18, 1899

219 Vine Street

Harry Gill Knowles

219-227 Vine Street

February 7, 2004

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  220 Vine Street

1872-1900
John T. Hunter & Family
commission merchant
John T. & Sophia Hunter

226 Vine Street

Dr. William H. Ireland

Dr. Ireland was active here in 1890

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

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Looking Southwest from the corner of 3rd & Vine in the aftermath of the Cyclone of April 1885 

Intersection of North 3rd Street & Vine Street
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Southwest Corner of North 3rd Street & Vine Street - December 28, 2011
Northwest Corner of North 3rd Street & Vine Street - December 28, 2011
Northeast Corner of North 3rd Street & Vine Street - 2013
   
   

300 Block of Vine Street
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  294 to 306 Vine Street

Built in 1910 by
Lorigan & Hurley

William H. Lorigan
&
William Leonard Hurley

 

  294 Vine Street

1910

 

  296 Vine Street

1910

 

  298 Vine Street

1910

 

298 Vine Street

Santana Oil Company

1991 Fire Watch Magazine Advertisement

 

298, 300, & 302
Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

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  300 Vine Street

1910

 

301 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

301 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

  302 Vine Street

1910

 

302, 304 & 306
Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

303 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

  304 Vine Street

1910

 

305 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

305 & 307 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

  306 Vine Street

1910

307 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

307 Vine Street

1899
Rebecca C. Quicksell

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 6, 1899

  308 Vine Street

1897-1921
Thomas McCowan

2011 Gone

308 & 310 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

  310 Vine Street

2011 Gone

  311 Vine Street

2011 Gone

312 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

312 & 314 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

  313 Vine Street

2011 Gone

314 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

314 Vine Street

1896-1905
Thomas A. Walton & Family
Thomas & Caroline Walton
James F. Walton
Florence Walton
Thomas Walton
William Walton


Philadelphia Inquirer
February 12, 1905

Rev. Kittridge Wheeler
Rev. C.K. Binder - John Stowe
Rudolph Preisendanz
George Kappel
Powell Steele - O. Glen Stackhouse

  314 Vine Street

1910-1927
James F. Walton

  314 Vine Street

1929
Christian Feldmann

Open Letter to Congressmen Concerning Ludlow Bill

To the Editor:

Sir-Following is an open letter to the representatives of the United States in Congress.

Dear Mr. Representatives.: Do you, Mr. Representative, recognize that supreme sense of duty is ultimately a worshipped reserve, obvious to all the American people and that through their choosing they bestow upon your honor a reasonable obligation? 

In-so-far as the 72 percent petition to debate the Ludlow Bill upon the floor, is it not but the voters prerogative to feel, disappointed visioning a depleted political defense?

The American opinion goes begging for action as they might feel another “Panay" coming on. Hoping the Ludlow Bill comes through the American way.

J. ENGELKE
314 Vine Street 

314 Vine Street

1938 J. Engelke

Camden Courier-Post
February 4, 1938

  314 Vine Street

1947 Reka Ruzjaun
1947 Elmer VanStand
1947 Mrs. Gertrude Schultz
1947 Mrs. Doris E. VanSciver

  315 Vine Street

2011 Gone

316 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

316 Vine Street

1884
Charles B. "Barney" Harvey

316 Vine Street

1906
William E. Albert & Family
William E. & Louise Albert
Louise Albert

Captain, Camden Police Department

316 & 318 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

 

317 Vine Street

1919-1920
Walter D. Eastlack

2011 Gone

318 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

320 Vine Street

1890-1933
Camden Fire Department
Engine Company 4

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

Commend Colored Worker 

To the Editor: 

Recently I had occasion to visit the relief office,  at 320 Vine street. While transacting my business there I was interviewed by a colored employee. In my 51 years I have never come in contact with a more courteous and obliging person. She had you feel that though you are down and out, there is still a chance a way out. She sets a fine example for others, a credit to her race and especially to the relief administration. 

DISABLED WAR VETERAN 

322 Vine Street

Camden Courier-Post
July 4, 1941

322 Vine Street

1872 Benjamin Franklin

Philadelphia Public Ledger
September 27, 1872

323 Vine Street

1920-1969
John F. Ellis & Family
John F. & Frances Ellis

John was a Woodwork teacher at Hatch Junior High from the early 20's until about 1942/3. In 1943 he began to be listed in the city directories as the Vice-president of 'Industrial Provident and Loan Association"

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

  324 Vine Street

Charles B. & Augusta Oler  Family

1900s-late 1940s

324-326 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

  325 Vine Street

1900-1930s
Peter Cook & Family
Peter & Mary Cook
Charles Cook

325 Vine Street

1900-1930s
Charles Cook & Family
Charles & Sarah Cook
Charles K. Cook

 

CHARLES COOK, SR.

The funeral of Charles Cook. Sr. who died Saturday, will be held at 2 p. m., Wednesday, at his late home, 325 Vine Street. Mr. Cook was a member of Camden Lodge No. 15, F. and A. M., and Rescue Council No. 15, Fraternal Patriotic Americans. He is survived by his wife, Sarah. Burial will be private in Harleigh Cemetery. 

325 Vine Street

1900-1933
Charles Cook

Camden Courier-Post
June 12, 1933

  325 Vine Street

2011 Gone

326 Vine Street
(324-326 Vine Street)

Charles B. Oler
Ice & Coal
(later, Fuel Oil & Coal)

Camden Courier-Post
October 30, 1931

1910s-1970s
Moved to Maple Shade after 1971

HOSPITAL CASES
WEST JERSEY

James Foster, 2, 757 Division St., laceration of head.
Ralph Williams, 28, 413 North 29th St., laceration of knee.
Lillian Smith. 17, 1093 Trent road, abrasion of eye.
Elwood Brisco, 31, 1133 South 2nd St., laceration of leg

COOPER

Dorothy Gorman, 2, 507 Division St., contusion and sprain of shoulder.
Richard Clark, 17, 327 Vine street, dog bite of leg
James Kenney, 3, 718 Carman St., laceration of scalp,
Frank Caratole, 12, 210 Senate St., splinter in finger.
James Moy, 14, 641 Line St., fractured wrist abrasion of knee and hand.
Ernest Vincent, 14, 534 South 2nd St., puncture wound of knee.
Ralph Sprinrer, 7, 509 Ferry Ave., laceration of scalp
Clement Jones, 4, 1013 Lawrence St., laceration of chin
Thomas Wright, 7, 319 Grant St., fractured shoulder.
Hilda Fitzgerald. 28, 311 North 3rd St., laceration of hand.
John Schulz, 52, 228 North 7th St., chest injuries.

327 Vine Street

1938 Richard Clark

Camden Courier-Post
February 14, 1938

  327 Vine Street

2011 Gone

328 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

1899
Peter Cook & Family
Peter & Mary Cook
Charles Cook

 

329 Vine Street

1897
James E. Finley & Family
James E. & Mary E. Finley
Mary E. Finley

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 22, 1897

2011 Gone

   
331 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

331 & 333 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

333 Vine Street

Photograph Taken December 28, 2011

  334 Vine Street

1898
Walter W. Browning

THREE WIN DIVORCES ON STORIES IN COURT
2 Wives and a Husband Find . Complaints Unanswered; Elopement Annulled

Three divorces and an annulment were recommended yesterday by Advisory Master Erickson in Camden Chancery Court.

Mrs. Margaret Sheldon, 25, of 210 Ritchie Avenue, West Collingswood, testified her husband mixed a bad temper with drinking and as a result beat her from July, 1931, to March, 1936; when she left him. The husband, Stanley, now lives at 334 Vine Street.

Philip J. Marron, 620 Norway Avenue, Trenton, a traveling salesman, said his wife started an argument over his business trips that lasted three years. Mrs. Georgiana Marron resides at 933 Fern Street, Camden. Marron received custody of their four children.

Mrs. Betty Kushner, 28, of 1164 Empire Avenue, testified that her husband, Harry, 32, of Seventh and Thompson street, Philadelphia, deserted her four years after their marriage.

Mrs. Sheldon, Marron and Mrs. Kushner all won advisory divorce decrees.

An annulment was recommended for Emma Coneen, 23, of 6 Cove road, Merchantville, who eloped with Francis J., 3516 North Twenty-third street, Philadelphia, to Media in October, 1932. They never lived together as man and wife.

334 Vine Street

1938 Stanley Sheldon

Camden Courier-Post
February 9, 1938

   

400 Block of Vine Street
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Vine West of 5th Street
Cyclone of April 2, 1912

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Store and Dwellings
Southwest Corner
4th & Vine Street

"damaged by Wind Storm"
April 2, 1912

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Dwellings
Vine Street above 4th

"damaged by Wind Storm"
April 2, 1912

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Dwellings
Vine Street above 4th

"damaged by Wind Storm"
April 2, 1912

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MRS. SELINA TAYLOR, 92, DIES; RELATIVES SOUGHT

Mrs. Selina Taylor, 92, was found dead in a bed room yesterday on the, second floor of 406 Vine street, by William Pedrick. Mrs., Taylor had been living with the Pedrick family for the past four years. 

Coroner Charles T, Murray issued a certificate of death due to a heart condition. Detective William Marter, investigating Mrs. Taylor's death, said he is seeking two nieces, reported to be residents of South Camden. Marter said he did not know their names.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow at the funeral home of Joseph H. Murray and Son, 408 Cooper street.

406 Vine Street

1938
William Pedrick & Family
MWilliam & Dorothy Pedrick
James Pedrick
Raymond Pedrick
Edward Pedrick
Roberta Pedrick
Mrs. Selena Taylor

Camden Courier-Post
February 18, 1938

Charles T. Murray
Joseph Murray
William Marter

  406 Vine Street

1947 Rudolph Anders

410 Vine Street

1940
George Smith & Family
George & Ethel Smith


  412 Vine Street

1920s - 1943
Howard Hutchinson

  412 Vine Street

1900s - July, 1937
Harry C. Armstrong

415 Vine Street

Private First Class Edward E. Benson

416 Vine Street

1908-1910
Eugene Crosby & Family
Eugene & Lydia Cross Crosby

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 15, 1910

  417 Vine Street

Mrs. Bertha Carlin & Family

  417 Vine Street

Philip John Carlin
aka
"Johnny Toomey"

  418 Vine Street

1900s-1910s
The Moritz Family
Sergeant Max F. Moritz

420 Vine Street

1898
Frank H. Dafler & Family
Frank H. & Julia Becker Dafler

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 3, 1898

  420 Vine Street

1930
Joseph H. Covert
Joseph H. & Lydia Covert
James Covert

  424 Vine Street

1883-1903
Louis C. Coates & Family
music teacher
Louis & Sarah Coates

  427 Vine Street

1930 Vacant

1942
Frank Luggi Sr. & Family
Frank & Rose Luggi
Elda Luggi
Frank Luggi Jr.

428 Vine Street

Felipe Nogueras Colon

Camden Courier-Post
November 6, 1973

Daly's Cafe

 

429 Vine Street

1929
George Smith & Family
George & Ethel Smith

1930 Vacant

  431 Vine Street

1930
Dr. Joseph E. Nowrey Jr. & Family
Dr. Joseph E. & Novella A. Nowrey Jr.
Joseph E. Nowrey III

 


Intersection of Vine Street & North 5th Street
Northeast Corner

Holy Name Roman Catholic Church


500 Block of Vine Street
 

501 Vine Street

Holy Name Roman Catholic Church

 

510 Vine Street
Samuel Dodd
518 Vine Street

1880
Josiah Boulton & Family
Josiah & Amanda Chew Boulton
Charles Boulton
Gilbert Boulton
Edgar Boulton
Ida Boulton
Hannah Chew
Ida Chew

Left: Edgar Boulton

  522 Vine Street

1882
Josiah Boulton & Family
Josiah & Amanda Chew Boulton
Charles Boulton
Gilbert Boulton
Edgar Boulton
Ida Boulton
Hannah Chew
Ida Chew

523 Vine Street

March 1940

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524 Vine Street

1896
Richard Clark


Camden Post-Telegram
March 25, 1896

526 Vine Street

1898
Mrs. Victor Kline


Philadelphia Inquirer
December 22, 1898

William Ilgenfritz - Jacob N. Wise
Charles Gordon - Charles E. Wilson
Bessie Hughes - Mrs. Marshall
Cooper B. Hatch
John Foster
Harry C. Kramer
J. WIllard Morgan
Charles Baron - George Cooper
Harry Miller
George Anderson
Edward Hartmann
James Ware
Joseph Nowrey
Mickle Street
Delaware Avenue -
Market Street
South 9th Street - Ferry Avenue
Vine Street - Front Street
Arch Street

 

 

533 Vine Street

1918
John S. Anderson

539 Vine Street

1931-1949
William Bertram Rogers & Family
William B. & Alice M. Rogers
Mildred Rogers - William H. Rogers

Camden Courier-Post
June 13, 1932

J. Frank Tydeman - Cooper Street

539 Vine Street

1931-1949
William Bertram Rogers & Family
William B. & Alice M. Rogers
Mildred Rogers - William H. Rogers

Camden Courier-Post
May 1, 1949

Vincent Tydeman
Frank Tydeman
Herbert Tydeman

540 Vine Street

1912
Samuel J.T. French & Family

Samuel J.T. & Alma French
Nelson French -
Samuel J.T. French Jr.
Lillian French - Richard French

 Philadelphia inquirer
February 17, 1912

545 Vine Street
Thomas Murphy
546 Vine Street

1969
Charles R. George Sr. & Family
Charles R. & Adella George
Charles George Jr.
Mrs. Dorothy George Evans
Mrs Julia George Bytheway
Mrs. Kathryn George Yerkes
Mrs. Laura George Hardman

Camden Courier-Post
July 21, 1969


Intersection of Vine Street & North 6th Street

Northeast Corner
of
North 6th & Vine Street
 After the
Cyclone of April 2, 1912

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600 Block of Vine Street
  600 Vine Street

Ann's Tavern

Northeast Corner
of
North 6th & Vine Street
 After the
Cyclone of April 2, 1912

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Vine Street
 west of
North 7th Street

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608 Vine Street

1897 Joseph B. Tees

Walter Blair - Charles Blair
Charles Curliss
William Dolan
William Meser - Philip Schmitz

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for Complete Article

 

613 Vine Street

1896-1916
John H. Reed & Family
John H. & Martha Reed
Thomas S. Reed

615 Vine Street

1906
Harry H. Hamel & Family
barber

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 12, 1906

 

616 Vine Street

1900s-1920s
William H. Cox & Family
William H. & Ella Cox
Alvah Cox
Russell Cox
Bonita Cox
John Cox (father)
1910
William Cox (uncle)

623 Vine Street

1900s-1920s Daniel J. Grimes Sr.
fire fighter

 

626 Vine Street

1910
George H. Morgan

646 Vine Street

The Northeast School

 

648 Vine Street

1912
Otto Shapiro
Damaged By April 2, 1912 Cyclone

 

655 Vine Street
Seaman First Class
John E. Gaylord


700 Block of Vine Street
  701-721
Vine Street

William J. Sewell School

712 Vine Street

2006 Photograph

  714 Vine Street
  716 Vine Street

718 Vine Street

1941
Amory J. Woodson & Family
Amory J. & Edie Woodson

Camden Courier-Post
July 25, 1941

Charles H. Murray & Son
Cooper Street

State Street
Methodist Episcopa Church

  720 Vine Street
  722 Vine Street
  723 Vine Street

Miss Bernice Reihman. of 724 Vine Street, will entertain this evening for the members of her Tau Lambda. Nu Club.

724 Vine Street

1933-1947 Frank L. Reihman
Bernice Reihman

Camden Courier-Post
June 22, 1933

  725 Vine Street
  726 Vine Street
  727 Vine Street
728 Vine Street

Photo from about 1928

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  729 Vine Street
  730 Vine Street

1903-1905
Frank Obenhaus & Family
Frank & Catherine Obenhaus
Franklin Obenhaus
Daniel Obenhaus - Catherine Obenhaus
Isabel Obenhaus - Thelma Obenhaus

  731 Vine Street
  732 Vine Street
  733 Vine Street
  734 Vine Street
CAMDEN INCORPORATIONS

North Camden Young Republican Association: principal office, 940 Linden Street; agent. Sidney Liss. Objects: To advance true principles of good government, to inspire the welfare of the individual members, to promote the spirit of democracy throughout its members, to create a stronger interest among its members toward the Republican party, to create a feeling of sociability and friendship among the members, and to encourage social intercourse among the Republicans of North Camden. Trustees: Sidney Liss, 940 Linden Street; William Kirk, 734 Vine Street; Joseph V. Anderson, 532 Rex Place; Frank Nelson Jr. 921 Vine Street; Wilfred Fournier, 424 Bailey Street; Oliver Gutherie, 935 Fern Street; Charles Johnson; 536 Rex Place.

734 Vine Street


1938 William Kirk

Camden Couroer-Post
February 2, 1938

  736 Vine Street

1947 William J. Brown
barber


800 Block of Vine Street

 

 

Southwest Corner
North 7th & Vine Streets

On the SW corner of 8th and Vine Street, was another drugstore, complete with soda fountain. It was the old typical green metal exterior 
with the big Coca-Cola circle emblems. I used to get my candy there. 

Warren Ash Jr.
March 2014


811 Vine Street

1930
Mrs. Margaret Burns & Family
Leo P. Burns
Terrence F. Burns
Edward A. Burns
Elinor Burns

1930
Mrs. Gertrude Murray & Family
Doris Murray
Charles Murray

Camden Courier-Post
June 4, 1930

 

825 Vine Street

1920s-1940s Charles P. Schaffer

 

Engaged

 Engagement Revealed
Of Miss Sangtinette

Mrs. Anna Sangtinette, of 825 Vine Street, entertained at her home last evening to announce the engagement of her daughter, Miss Helen Anna Sangtinette, to John Aloysius McDermott, of Audubon. Both are graduates of Camden Catholic High School.

Guests included, Miss Marie Mc Hugh, Miss Gertrude Maloney, Miss Irene Miller, Mrs. Joseph Snyder, Miss Kathryn Stinson, and Mrs, Albert Heller, of 

Camden; Mrs. Clarence Campbell, of Upper Darby, Pa.; Miss Ada Miller, of Merchantville, Miss Jeanne Taylor, of Woodlynne; Miss Alice McDermott and Mrs. John McDermott, of Audubon.

No date has been set for the wedding.

825 Vine Street

1920s-1960s Anna Sangtinette
1920s-1930s Helen Sangtinette

 

 

827 Vine Street

1930 Walter W.E. Friedrichs

829 Vine Street

1909 John W. Cotner
1909 Calvin W. Snipe

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 15, 1909

Charles A. Wolverton
North Front Street
John W. Cotner
Vine Street
Calvin E. Snipe

   

900 Block of Vine Street

3 YOUTHS JAILED

Three youths charged with the larceny of 60 pounds of copper from a building at the Highland Worsted Company, Ninth and State streets, were given suspended six-month sentences yesterday by Police Judge Mariano. They are Vincent St. John, 18, of 843 Grant street; Charles Schwartz, 16, of 638 York street, and Edward Sweitanski, 16, of 911 Vine street.

911 Vine Street

1938 Edward Sweitanski

Camden Courier-Post
February 12, 1938

 

 

911 Vine Street

2012 Vacant

Damaged by fire on June 11, 2012

 

911, 913 & 915 Vine Street

Photo from 2012

 

 

 

914 Vine Street

Chief Motor Machinist's Mate Theodore T. Cornelius
&
Second Lieutenant
Edward K. Cornelius

Edward & Theodore Cornelius
lived with their parents,
Theodore R. & Elizabeth  Cornelius,
at this house in North Camden.

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914 Vine Street
Second Lieutenant
Edward K. Cornelius

914 Vine Street
Chief Motor Machinist's Mate Theodore T. Cornelius

915 Vine Street

1917
Laurence Sherman Adams

CAMDEN INCORPORATIONS

North Camden Young Republican Association: principal office, 940 Linden Street; agent. Sidney Liss. Objects: To advance true principles of good government, to inspire the welfare of the individual members, to promote the spirit of democracy throughout its members, to create a stronger interest among its members toward the Republican party, to create a feeling of sociability and friendship among the members, and to encourage social intercourse among the Republicans of North Camden. Trustees: Sidney Liss, 940 Linden Street; William Kirk, 734 Vine Street; Joseph V. Anderson, 532 Rex Place; Frank Nelson Jr. 921 Vine Street; Wilfred Fournier, 424 Bailey Street; Oliver Gutherie, 935 Fern Street; Charles Johnson; 536 Rex Place.

921 Vine Street


1938 Frank Nelson Jr.

Camden Courier-Post
February 2, 1938

 

921 Vine Street


1912
Frank Kears

Damaged By April 2, 1912 Cyclone

 

 

921 Vine Street

Second Lieutenant
Harry S. Ellis

Girven H. Culley Weds Esther Mabel De Wald

Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeWald, of, Syracuse, N. Y., announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Esther Mabel DeWald, and Girven H. Culley, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Culley, of 923 Vine street, this city.

The wedding took place on Saturday, February 12 at 3:30 o'clock, in the First Ward Presbyterian Church, Syracuse, the Rev. Walter Vail Watson, pastor of the church, officiating.

Following a reception at the home of the bride, the couple left for a wedding trip to New York City and Washington, D. C. On their return they will make their home at 827 State street.

923 Vine Street


1938
James Culley & Family

Camden Courier-Post
February 15, 1938

   

900 Block of Vine Street
The February 27th, 2007 Fire

On February 27, 2007 at 1:56 PM, five houses on the north side of Vine Street were destroyed by fire. The addresses were 933, 935, 937, 939, and 941 Vine Street.

Engine Company 3 was first on the scene. Engine Company 8 provided assistance. Engine 8's apparatus can be seen in picture on left, third from the top, parked at the corner of North 10th and State Streets.

Phillyfirenews.com reports the incident as such:

Car 3 on location five 2 story row homes heavy fire and smoke with exposure problems on "B" and "D" sides. Requested 3rd alarm upon arrival using all hands. Numerous mutual aid companies special called from surrounding area. Camden County Task Force assigned to stage at Collingswood Fire House to cover the Northern end of the County.

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Smoke
pours through door
of
935 Vine Street

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Smoke
obscures the view
of
935, 937, & 939 Vine Street

Ladder
is set up on porch
of
933 Vine Street

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Smoke
obscures the view
of
937 Vine Street

Fire Fighters
on the roof
of
933 Vine Street

Fire Fighters
on the roof
of
931, 933, 935, & 937 Vine Street

Fire Fighters
on porch
of
935 Vine Street

Fire Fighters
on porch rooF
of
931 and 933 Vine Street

931 Vine Street was saved
due to efforts
of
Camden Fire Department

Fire Fighters
on roof
of
939 Vine Street

 

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