Dr. A. Haines
Lippincott


DR. AHAB HAINES LIPPINCOTT JR. was born in Evesham Township NJ on July 12, 1867 to A. Haines Lippincott and his wife, the former Maria Louisa Jones.

A. Haines Lippincott Jr. graduated from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science and in 1892 received his M.D. from Jefferson Medical College. Dr. Lippincott interned at Jefferson Hospital, and did post-graduate work in Urology in New York.

In 1903 Dr. Lippincott married Ellen Alberta Langendorf on June 23, 1903. He made his home and office at 21 Broadway. Sadly, Ellen Lippincott passed away prior to April of 1910. He married Miriam Lee Early sometime after the 1910 Census. Mrs. Lippincott was became deeply involved with many civic activities once coming to Camden.

After establishing himself in Camden, Dr. Lippincott was appointed Chief urologist at Cooper Hospital. He was a consulting urologist at Jeannes Memorial Hospital, Newcomb Memorial Hospital and the Camden County General Hospital, and retained an affiliation with Jefferson Hospital. 

Dr. Lippincott was elected president of the Camden County Medical society in 1911 and the New Jersey Medical Society in 1932. He served one-year terms for both organizations. He also was a president of the Camden City Medical Society, and served as Camden County Coroner. 

Dr. Lippincott was also a charter member of the Camden Lodge 293 of the Elks. Other members included Frank A. Ward, Charles L. Bowman, Dr. J. F. Leavitt, Fred W. George, T. L. Bear, William M. Fithian, Everett Ackley, Fithian S. Simmons, Philip Wilson, Paul E. Quinn, John N. Kadel, William G. Maguire, Frank B. Sweeten and Maurice Hertz. He was also friendly with Charles S. Boyer, who was quite instrumental in the founding and success of the Camden County Historical Society.  

By 1914 Dr. and Mrs. Miriam Lippincott had moved to at 406 Cooper Street. Dr. Lippincott passed away in 1937. 

Mrs. Lippincott continued to live at the Cooper Street address as late as 1947. She was a member of Centenary-Tabernacle Methodist Episcopal Church, at 5th and Cooper Streets.

 


Philadelphia Inquirer * September 1, 1895
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Dr. A. Haines Lippincott - Robert L, Barber - Jacob Sickler
William D. Brown - William B. Doyle - Dr, William B. Christine
Charles N. Robinson

Philadelphia Inquirer - September 17, 1895
William D. Hart - Dr. A. Haines Lippincott - Charles N. Robinson - George A. Frey
W.H. Tice - Jacob S. Justice -
Francis Ford Patterson Jr. - William J. Browning
George W. Johnson - John Baker - C.E.W. Moore - A.J. Milliette - Charles Preusch
Dr. Phillip Wendell Beale - W.W. Mines Jr. - Harry Davis - D.W. Pierce

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 17, 1895


Philadelphia Inquirer - October 14, 1897
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Emma Zane - Sarah Shaw - Eli Shaw - Wilson H. Jenkins - Line Street

Samuel Dodd - John Foster - John H. Beard - Edward Zane
Harry G. Geesey - John J. Doonan - Charles Kleeman - Stockton Park Hotel
West Jersey Hotel - John Polk - East Camden
Foster S. Zane - Beckett Street - Charles Higgins - Howard Ross - South 3rd Street
Pine Street - O.B. Blizzard  - James H. Carey - Liberty Alley
Dr. A. Haines Lippincott - William A. Husted - Thomas Benkert - Martin J. O'Brien
William Anderson - Charles Folwell - John Irwin - Rev. John W. Marshall
Broadway M.E. Church - Rev. William A. Massey - Wiley M.E. Church
James Hough - Policeman Albert F. Meyer
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Philadelphia Inquirer - October 30, 1897
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Emma Zane - Eli Shaw - Wilson H. Jenkins

Henry S. Scovel
Dr. William S. Jones - Dr. A. Haines Lippincott - William A. Husted - Thomas Benkert
Martin J. O'Brien - William Anderson - Charles Folwell - John Irwin
Elwin Steen
...continued...
Harry Delameter - O. Glen Stackhouse - John Foster - H. Frank Pettit
James E. Tatem - Frank B. Haines - Albert Fogg - John Painter - John H. Beard - Albert Hollingshead
...continued...
William Stein - Charles M. Lane - Elwin Steen
...continued...
John Sinclair - Mrs. Anna Knight

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Philadelphia Inquirer
December 22, 1897

Eli Shaw
Dr. William S. Jones
Dr. Marcus K. Mines
Dr. A. Haines Lippincott
John Foster - H. Frank Pettit
John Painter
Charles Lane - Alonzo Lane
Elwin Steen - John Sinclair
David Shaw
George Mordorf
Lawrence Mather

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Philadelphia Inquirer
January 3, 1899

 

Cooper Street
Mount Ephraim Avenue

Joseph Shinn
Eugene Ingle
William C. Dayton
Dr. Kitchener
E. Stockham Woodward
Ephraim Hires
Dr. William H. Iszard
Harry Davis
Phil Burch
John Mathis
Dr. H. Robinson
James Baird
John O. Munter
Stokes Burroughs
John Clements
Dr. Gunter
William H. Clements
W.K. Heston
Jack Van Sciver
Samuel Kilpatrick
H.W. Davis
Edward Roberts
Joseph Burrough
Dr. A. Haines Lippincott


Philadelphia Inquirer - May 6, 1899

William Barnard - Thomas P. Curley - Joseph Nowrey

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 11, 1900
...continued...
J. Wesley Sell - Francisco Abbatto - Robert L. Barber - Dr. William S. Jones
Dr. Alexander McAllister - Dr. Ernest S. Ramsdell - Dr. E.A.Y. Schellenger Sr. - Dr. A. Haines Lippincott
Dr. Joseph Nicholson - Dr. Paul Mecray - Upton S. Jeffreys - Harry B. Paul - Charles R. Bacon
William H. Cole - John S. Smith - J. Fred Voight - Martin J. O'Brien - Gennaro DeFeo

Philadelphia Inquirer * June 24, 1903
Linden Street - Rev. J.S. Heisler - Dr. Frank N. Robinson Charles H. Laird

Philadelphia Inquirer * September 2, 1904

Annie Smith - Mechanic Street - Dr. A. Haines Lippincott
Daniel Bromley - South 10th Street - A.C. McCausland
David M. Chambers -
Cooper Street
Benjamin Eppinger -
Federal Street - North 12th Street

Philadelphia Inquirer * February 15, 1905

George D. Borton - Rev. George Hemingway - York Street North 2nd Street - First Presbyterian Church 
Camden Lodge No. 293, Benevolent Protective Order of Elks 
John Henry Fort - Samuel A. Kilpatrick - Alexander Milliette
Francis Warren - J. Henry Switzer -
Dr. A. Haines Lippincott

Philadelphia Inquirer - March 24, 1905

Dr. Grant E. Kirk - Dr. A. Haines Lippincott
Central Avenue - Sycamore Street


Philadelphia Inquirer - October 27, 1906

Dr. Grant E. Kirk - Annie Sadowski - South 10th Street


Philadelphia Inquirer - November 28, 1907

Newton Ash - Ephraim Hires - Gardner Corson - John H. Lennox - Herbert Hibbs
Dr. A. Haines Lippincott - Charles H. Ellis - E.G.C. Bleakly


Philadelphia Inquirer
January 1, 1908

Charles H. Ellis
Edward Hyde - A Lincoln James
E.B. McClong - Edward Hartman
John Brothers - Fred Schwetzer
William Bryant -
Charles Humes
Charles Wilbur -
Wright Cox
Walter Stanton - John Barnett
Tabor Quinn - John Gilbert
Joseph Palese - William Haines
Frederick Watson -
Charles Whaland 
William Kiker - James Hutt
George Krown - Ule Andrews
Daniel Stanton - Albert Archer
Harry Bakley - John Shuman
Oscar Till - Albertson Matlack
John Devlin -
George Hollins
Frank Koplain -
Edward King
George Beasley
Dr. A. Haines Lippincott







PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER * JANUARY 6, 1910
Dr. A. Haines Lippincott - George D. Borton - Alexander Milliette
Francis Warren - J. Henry Switzer - John Henry Fort -
Samuel Kilpatrick
Camden Elks Lodge No. 293 - North 2nd Street - York Street
Reverend George Hemingway -
First Presbyterian Church

Philadelphia Inquirer * March 25, 1910
Broadway - Centenary M.E. Church - Dr. A.H. Lippincott - Rev. Percy Perinchief

Philadelphia Inquirer - July 27, 1917

Dr. Grant E. Kirk - Frank S. Vanhart


Philadelphia Inquirer * December 16, 1917
Dr. A.H. Lippincott - Dr. Thomas B. Lee - Dr. John H. Markley
Dr. George D. Woodward - Dr. J. Anson Smith - Dr. Levi B. Hirst  
Dr. Alfred C. Cramer - Dr. Joseph E. Duffield
Dr. Joseph E. Nicholson - Dr. Joseph E. Roberts - Dr. F,B. Lynch

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 21, 1918

Charles H. Ellis
William H. Ellis
Howard M. Cooper
Thomas French
Wilbur F. Rose
Dr. A. Haines Lippincott
Dr. E.A.Y. Schellenger
Herbert A. Munger
T. Gordon Coulter
George Kappell
Frederick A. Finkeldey
William C. Davis
Theodore T. Kausel
Allen Jarvis
Frank S. Van Hart
Frederick von Nieda
Joseph Forsyth
Dr. Charles P. Tuttle
Dr. H.F. Bushey
Elisha Gravenor
Charles Whaland
William J. Kelly
Clifford K. Deacon


Philadelphia Inquirer
November 28, 1922

Dr. A. Haines Lippincott - John Brothers
Harry Stowe - Morris Steelman
Raymond Stark - Adrain Bateman
Samuel Bakley - John Schuman
Camillus Appley -
Frank Carle


Camden Courier-Post - January 28, 1928

Patrons, Patronesses Announced Today for First Military Ball

Patrons and patronesses for the first military ball of the Camden Post No. 960, Veterans of Foreign Wars, to be held on Friday evening February 3 in the Elks auditorium, Seventh and Cooper Streets., are announced today.

The following prominent men and women are listed: Mrs. J.W. Connor, Miss C.M. Day, Mrs. J.H. Forsyth, Mrs. H.J. Goodyear, Miss B. Graham, Mrs. R.E. Green, Mrs. E.F. Haines, Mrs. J. Hood Jr., Mrs. W. Hurley, Mrs. J. Jarrell, Mrs. T. Keefe, Mrs. J.F. Kobus, Mrs. L. Liberman, Mrs. F.L. Lloyd, Mrs. M.A. Logan, Mrs. T.P. McConaghy, Mrs. F.F. Neutze, Mrs. L.K. Marr, Mrs. J.A. Pennington, Mrs. M.E. Ramsey, Mrs. E. Truax, Mrs. S.M. Shay, Mrs. W.J. Staats, Mrs. B.G. Tarburton, Mrs. R.W. Waddell, Mrs. E. Watson, Mrs. E.P. Wescott, Mrs. C.A. Wolverton. 

David Baird Jr., William T. Boyle, Isaac Ferris, William Hurley, John Hood Jr., John Jarrell, Victor King, William J. Kraft, Thomas Keefe, Joseph F. Kobus, Hon. Edmund B. Leaming, Dr. A. Haines Lippincott, James H. Long, L.K. Marr, Dr. Thomas P. McConaghy, Hon. Frank F. Neutze, Samuel P. Orlando, Albert E. Simmons, Edwin Watson, Ethan P. Wescott.


Camden Courier-Post - June 18, 1932

Dr. J. Lynn Mahaffey - Dr. A. Haines Lippincott

Camden Courier-Post - February 8, 1933

CAMDEN ELKS TO HONOR PAST EXALTED RULERS

Past exalted rulers will be honored  tonight by Camden Lodge of Elks with a dinner, ceremonial and entertainment. 

The program will be nation-wide. A dinner will be served at 6:00 PM, followed by a business session. Harry G. Robinson, present exalted ruler, will open the ceremonial and turn the lodge over to the past officers.

The past exalted rulers expected are Samuel Kilpatrick, who served in 1900 and 1921; Dr. A. Haines Lippincott, Alexander J. Milliette, J. Harry Switzer, James H. Long, Marian Moriarity, Allen Jarvis, Albert Austermuhl, William L. Sauerhoff, former Mayor Frank S. Van Hart, D. Trueman Stackhouse, Harry Ellis, William G. Ferat, Judge Garfield Pancoast, Rudolph Preisendanz, Jr., Theodore T. Kausel, Edward J. Kelley, Mayor Roy R. Stewart, William H. Iszard, William S. Lehman and J. Harry Todd.


Camden Courier-Post - June 2, 1933

CAMDEN ELKS HOPE TO GET CONVENTION
Advisory Committee Will Present Formal Invitation for State Meet

The twenty-first annual reunion and the convention of the New Jersey State Elks Association will be held in Camden next June if efforts of the advisory board of' Camden Lodge of Elks are successful at the state meeting in Newark on June 15, 16 and 17.

Members of the advisory board for the local lodge, who are past exalted rulers of the Camden lodge, will present the invitation to hold the 1934 meeting in Camden, at the twentieth reunion and convention in Newark.

Members of the lodge have adopted a resolution confirming the action of the advisory board and plans were made to set the necessary machinery in motion to bring the 1934 convention to Camden. It was pointed out that Camden Elks have the largest home in the state.

Samuel Kilpatrick, the oldest past exalted ruler of the lodge, is head of the advisory board, and Harry G. Robinson, youngest past exalted ruler, is delegate to the state association, which is composed of past exalted rulers of all Elks lodges in New Jersey. 

Although the state association was formed in Camden, there has never been a reunion or convention of the association held here, it was pointed out.

The outstanding feature of each annual convention is the mammoth sessions, with thousands of Elks in line. It is estimated the parade would draw more than 50,000 persons to Camden, if the local lodge's invi­tation is accepted.

The Camden lodge is sending the band and patrol to Newark for the parade, which will start at 7 p. m. on June 17. Arrangements are being made to have the largest delegation in the parade represent Camden.

Past exalted rulers who comprise the advisory board, and the year they took office, follow: Samuel Kirkpatrick, 1900; Dr. A.Haines Lippincott, 1901; Alex J. Milliette, 1906; J. Harry Switzer, 1908; James H. Long, 1911; Marion Moriarty, 11113; Allen Jarvis, 1914; Albert Austermuhl, 1915; William L. Sauerhoff, 1917; Theodore T. Kausel, 1918; Garfield Pancoast, 1919; William G. Ferat, 1920; Harry Ellis, 1921; Samuel A. Dobbins, 1923; D. Trueman Stackhouse, 1924; Frank S. Van Hart, 1925; Edward J. Kelly, 1926; Rudolph Preisendanz, Jr., 1927; Roy R. Stewart, 1928; William H. lszard, 1929; William Lehman, 1930; J. Harry Todd, 1931, and Harry G. Robinson, 1932.

Deceased past exalted. rulers and the year they took office are: John H. Foster, 1895; W. E. B. Miller, 1896; Philip Burch, 1897; D. Harry Condit, 1898; H. L. Hartshorn, 1891; George D. Borton, 1902; Maurice Rogers, 1904; Francis Warren, 1907; E. Wilmer Collins, 1909; Lewis H. Leigh, 1910; Morris Odell, 1912, and W. Wallace Balcom, 1922. 


Camden Courier-Post * June 8, 1933

Dr. Lippincott Denounces 'Quack' Medical Broadcasts;
N. J. Society Elects Quigley
Camden Man Retires as President at Shore Convention
SUGGESTS CENSOR FOR RADIO TALKS
New York Man Discusses Economic Prob­lems of Profession

Atlantic City, June 7.- An assault on "quack" medical advice broadcast by radio was made today by Dr. A. Haines Lippincott, of Camden, who retired as president of the Medical Society of New Jersey. The society is holding its 167th annual meeting at the Cha1fonte-Haddon Hall.

He was succeeded by Dr. Frederick J. Quigley, of Union City. Other officers elected were; Dr. Marcus W. Newcomb, of Browns Mills, and Dr. Francis R. Haussling, of Newark, vice presidents; Dr. J. Bennett Morrison, of Newark, secretary, and Dr. Edward J. Marsh, of Paterson, treasurer.

Calls Code Their Guide

 "The code of the profession has been our guide during the past year and the road is strewn with the corpses of men who have given their lives for the further advancement and protection of the professions," said Dr. Lippincott.

"Medical advancement has been greater in the last quarter-century than in any other field of endeavor. When things crash about our heads and calamities in business reach tragic proportions, the profession has gone on its way unmindful of material things.

"Medicine gives a sense of security unequaled by any other profession. Despite opposition, we have fought to safeguard the health of the state. I recommend that we censor 'quack' medical radio programs so that the nauseating after effects could be cur­tailed. I request the society to take action to meet this challenge."

In speaking of the work done by the legislative committee, he told of the attempt to put through the Legislature laws in reference to control for those desiring to specialize in certain branches.

"It is not for the politicians to decide but for the profession," he said in lauding the committee for defeating the bills which, he declared, were inadequate.

The committee on education, he re­called, drew up plans for satisfactory substitute legislation. ,

New Yorker Speaks

The principal address tonight was made by Dr. William H. Ross, for­mer president of the New York State· Medical Society, who discussed the profession's economic problems.

"Medicine has a product the world needs and part of the world cannot get enough of it because they can­not pay for it," he said.

"The whirl of theory of how to correct the economic depression of commerce and industry and the eforts of the government to get out of the grip of post-war forces influ­ence payment of medical service. But of all problems facing the profession, we have only to deal with the problems of caring for the indigent and the large group of people near the relief class.

"The social function of medicine is more closely related to the social state of the people than ever before. The relation of medicine have come into bold relief in recent years, because of the growing health con­sciousness of the public and the changing attitude of society towards its responsibility for medical service and care for people who cannot afford to obtain it.

"The conservatism of medicine has kept the profession from fully grasping the tremendous effect of what is going on, and, their effect upon the service of the most vital necessity in the whole world. Medicine is faced by a great problem and the mass of us do not know it.

Public Is Confident

"Medicine still has the confidence of the public. If we can hold it through this crisis, the profession will be the most supreme social influence in the whole world.

"The services of medicine must be distributed by methods under the control of the profession itself. The public has awakened to the cost of medical care. It has passed beyond placing the responsibility on the physician, but is looking to them for a plan to meet the problem.

"Change the professional principals of earlier days into a scheme for paying the physician, which is in accord with the modern conditions under which he has to work. When the swirl of speculation and, theory subsides, we will again remain the great social factor and will influence civilization as it has always done.".


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