CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
May 27, 1906
BOY BALL PLAYER KILLED
IN FIGHT WITH HIS CHUM

Another sad story that repeats itself again and again. We as a apecies are not getting worse, or getting better... we just are what we are, tragically imperfect. 

The article was interesting outside of the crime, as it touched on some of the things people did for fun in Camden 106 years ago.... played music (on real instruments) and played sports (not on computers!)

 HAVE FUN, and do e-mail me with comments, questions, corrections, and such! 

Phil Cohen
October 16, 2012

Philadelphia Inquirer - May 27, 1906
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William Pfrommer - Walter Bryen - Robert Beasely
James McDonald - Theodore Forgeng
Birch Street - Milton Street - Point Street - North 24th Street - North 25th Street
River Avenue - State Street - Henry Moffett - William D. Hart - John Painter
Peerless Baseball Club of Camden
North 29th Street - Garfield Avenue
Stirling Mandolin & Guitar Club

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