Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Carteret
Street


Carteret Street, in Camden's old Ninth Ward, ran just two blocks, from the old Armory (later Convention Hall) in the 700 block of Mickle Street southeast, crossing Wright Avenue, to its end at Newton Avenue. It was laid and out and houses were built along it after 1891, a stone's throw from Camden's old City Hall at Haddon and Wright Avenues. The street ran parallel to Haddon Avenue to the west, and Warren Avenue to the east.. 

Carteret Street fell victim to "progress", that progress being the construction of Interstate 676 that in some ways was more devastating to Camden than the building of the Ben Franklin Bridge. There were still people living on Carteret Street as late as 1969 and Carteret Street was still there into the mid-1970s. Today Carteret Street is no more, having been erased at the Mickle Street end by the parking lot that lies adjacent to the "3 Cooper Plaza" medical building and at the Newton Avenue end by the highway. 

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

 Phil Cohen


Map published in 1914 showing Carteret Street
Look for Carteret Street in the 9th Ward
Look for Carteret Street in the 9th Ward

1946 Map of Camden

Carteret Street diagonally northwest to southeast, in upper right hand corner of map


Carteret Street
1961

This aerial photo, cropped from a larger photograph showing the dismantlement of the railroad that had run from the old ferry terminal through the heart of Camden, shows Carteret Street from it's "head" at he end of Mickle Street by the old Armory, known as "Convention Hall" when this picture was taken.  


300 Block of Carteret Street
300 Carteret Street

1900
Frank G. Hitchner & Family
Frank G. & Emma Hogan Hitchner

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Mounce of 306 Carteret Street, entertained on Tuesday evening in honor of their daughter, Miss Vera H. Mounce. 

Guests were Miss Louise Yost, Samuel McDonald of Merchantville; Miss Kathleen Ashton of Maple Shade; Miss Emily Smith, Miss Christina Simpson, Miss Cecelia Dixon, Miss Martha Hentschel, Miss Mildeo de la Reintrie, Miss Lorraine Moore, Miss Artemesia DePugh, 
Miss Genevieve Brady, James Hahs, Ford Smith, Milton Story, James Brooks of Camden; Thomas H. ,Walker, Collingswood; Peter Sharle, Albert C. Carter, John C. Kile, Charles E. Canning of Haddon Heights; George Hambreght of New York and Leslie Justice of Germantown.

306 Carteret Street

1933 Joseph H. Mounce

Camden Courier-Post
June 23, 1933

308 Carteret Street

1900-1915
Rev. John H. Hutchinson & Family
Rev. John & Mary F. Hutchinson
Mrs. Hannah Heisler

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 27, 1901

308 Carteret Street

1900-1915
Rev. John H. Hutchinson & Family
Rev. John & Mary F. Hutchinson
Mrs. Hannah Heisler

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 2, 1915

314 Carteret Street

1917-1924
Henry L. Barroway

336 Carteret Street

1927-1941
Daniel M. Stanton
Funeral Director
Mrs. Mary Stanton & Carroll J. Stanton

Camden Courier-Post
February 22, 1927

336 Carteret Street

1927-1941
Mrs. D.M Stanton & Son
Funeral Directors
Mrs. Mary Stanton & Carroll J. Stanton

Camden Courier-Post
June 3, 1932

336 Carteret Street

1927-1941
Stanton's Funeral Home
Mrs. Mary Stanton & Carroll J. Stanton

Camden Courier-Post
July 24, 1941

  346 Carteret Street

Frederick B.
&
Pauline T. Caperoon

   
   

400 Block of Carteret Street
412 Carteret Street

Gustav Schwoeri Jr.

1920s-1946

  413 Carteret Street

Laura Veatch

  416 Carteret Street

1910s-1920s Joseph ellis

  417 Carteret Street

1962
C. Hobart Corson

417 Carteret Street

Jacob Mutzer

Camden Courier-Post
August 10, 1936

Clifford Carr
George Getley

Chester Mignogna
Dominic Vizzone
Michael Meloni
Chester Mignogna
Dominic Vizzone
Carteret Street
South 5th Street

South 4th Street

Mr. and Mrs. Harold. G. Locke, of 3080 Mickle Street, have announced the birth of a daughter, Dorothy Virginia Locke, on Saturday, May 11. Mrs. Locke was formerly Miss Grace Ogden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lincoln Ogden of 421 Carteret Street.

421 Carteret Street

1933 A. Lincoln Ogden

Camden Courier-Post
JUne 4, 1933

422 Carteret Street

1955
Joseph G. Barnett
Plumbing & Heating Contractor

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  426 Carteret Street

Wendela E. Jones

428 Carteret Street

Mair Auerbach

  429 Carteret Street

 

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Pruyn and Mrs. Clara Gravenstein of 430 Carteret Street have opened their Pitman cottage for the summer.. 

430 Carteret Street

1933 L.M. Pruyn
1933 Mrs. Clara Gravenstein

Camden Courier-Post
June 20, 1933

439 Carteret Street

1906-1942
John Prentice & Family
John & Elsie Prentice

  445 Carteret Street

Thomas Flaherty

CHILD HIT BY CAR

Pushing his express wagon between a bus and private machine, Walter Derengowski, 4, of 1197 Lansdowne Avenue, was struck by a car driven by George Thompson, 450 Carteret Street, and taken to the West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital late Saturday night. He suffered cuts and bruises. The accident occurred at Haddon and Bradley avenues, where a bus was discharging passengers.

448 Carteret Street

George Thompson

Camden Courier-Post
October 26, 1931

  448 Carteret Street

1947-1950
Frank S. Cornell

450 Carteret Street

Frank B. Hanna

Mrs. Frank B. Hanna and daughter, Miss Betty Hanna of 450 Carteret street, leave today for Ocean City where they will spend the Summer. They will be joined over the weekends by City Commissioner Hanna.

450 Carteret Street

Frank B. Hanna

Camden Courier-Post
June 23, 1933

451 Carteret Street

1924-1960s
Frank B. Oppecker Sr.
& Family
Frank B. & Louise Oppecker
Frank B. Oppecker Jr.
Joseph Oppecker
Evelyn Oppecker

  457 Carteret Street

Walter J.A. Stanton Jr.

193os-1950s

460 Carteret Street

Richard S. Everett
Candy Store
1930s-1940s

Camden Courier-Post
October 2, 1936

 

  460 Carteret Street

1938 Joseph F. Markley Jr.

1955
Capitol Heating Compnay

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad


Intersection of Carteret Street & Newton Avenue

219 Elm Street

Philadelphia Inquirer
April 13, 1917

John Daly
Elm Street

Newton Avenue

Carteret Street
Elisha Gravenor

 

 

 

 

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