Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Ferry Avenue


In 1820 the road known as “Ferry Road”, present-day Ferry Avenue, was opened from the southerly end of Front Street in Kaighnton, the settlement at Kaighn Avenue and the Delaware River, across the lands of Joseph Kaighn and Isaac Mickle to the center of the road leading from Woodbury to the Ferries which we know today as Broadway, and was at first called “the straight road to Woodbury” or the “Branch Road”. In 1832 it was extended to the Mount Ephraim pike (Mount Ephraim Avenue), the extension on one of the early maps being designated “The Road to the Race Track” while on Sanders’ map of 1855 it is named “The Kaighn’s Point Road.” The first part of this road was four rods wide, while the extension of 1832 was only laid out two rods in width. At Mount Ephraim Avenue the extension met a road which passed the Charles Cooper plantation (Woodlynne), and was commonly known as the “Cooper Road”

In 1859 Ferry Avenue was taken over and improved by the Stockton and Newton Turnpike Company and converted into a toll road with toll-gates at Mount Ephraim Avenue and the White Horse Pike. The incorporators of the turnpike were closely allied with the Kaighn’s Point Ferry and its operation was based on its serving as a “feeder” for the ferry company. The name is distinctive of the part of the county through which the road ran; Stockton being then the local name for the part of the present city west of Evergreen Cemetery, being the present Jackson Street and Ferry Avenue, while east of Mount Ephraim Avenue the road passed through what was then Newton Township. The company abandoned its charter about 1875 and the highway known today as Ferry Avenue reverted to the city.

 Rambles Through Old Highways and Byways of West Jersey – Charles S. Boyer – Camden County Historical Society, Camden NJ 1967
         Edited by Phillip Cohen in the interest of clarity to present-day readers, July 2003

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

 Phil Cohen


1400 Block of Ferry Avenue
1947
George A. Stone's Gas Station

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1947
Camden Grocers Exchange

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1423 Ferry Avenue

1936
Bilson Auto Body Company
Walter T. Bilson

Camden Courier-Post
October 1, 1936

1423 Ferry Avenue

1938-1939
Century Transit Company
Nick Fiorentino, Manager
January 27, 1939
Banquet Program Advertisement

1423 Ferry Avenue

1947-1955
Majestic Wine & Spirits, Inc

1955
New Jersey Bell Telephone
Directory Yellow Pages Ad

1423 Ferry Avenue

Lectronic Research Laboratories
1991 Fire Watch Magazine
Advertisement

1431 Ferry Avenue

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 26, 1895

  1434-1438 Ferry Avenue

1929 No Listing

1434-1438 Ferry Avenue

1930s-1970s Ogden Auto Body

1955
New Jersey Bell Telephone
Directory Yellow Pages Ad

  1437 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant

  1438 Ferry Avenue

1947
Ogden Body Works
auto repair

  1450 Ferry Avenue

1960s-1980s
Clarkson Laboratories

I used to work at Clarkson Laboratories which was a chemical plant located at 1450 Ferry Avenue. I worked there in the 1970s but it started in the 1960s.They also had the big blue warehouse next door and briefly ran a company called Stronghold Adhesives inside. The plant building is still vacant as of 2005.They closed in the 1980s sometime. They were owned by General Felt Incorporated.

Joseph Montgomery
December 2005

1450 Ferry Avenue

1980s-1990s
Phil Franchi Demolition

  1450 Ferry Avenue

1990s-2011
Johnson Fun Factory
&
Truc Tire Service
  1455 Ferry Avenue

1947
Thomas Ryan
Used Trucks

1980s-2011
Jock's Truck Repair Inc.
Joaquin Arroliga

  1460 Ferry Avenue
1947
New Jersey Steel Company
1460 Ferry Avenue

1938
Ace Iron & Metal Company

Camden Courier-Post
February 24, 1938

1460 Ferry Avenue

1938-1955
Ace Iron & Metal Company

1955
New Jersey Bell Telephone
Directory Yellow Pages Ad

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1466 Ferry Avenue

1980s-2011
R. Fanelle's Sons

  1484 Ferry Avenue

Closed in 2003
Strober-Haddonfield Group Inc.


1499 Ferry Avenue

1927-1928
Groff Coal Company

Camden Courier-Post
January 9, 1928

  1499 Ferry Avenue

1947
Halden-Kelly Coal Company, Inc.


Intersection of Jackson Street & Ferry Avenue
   

1600 Block of Ferry Avenue
1600-1645
  1610 Ferry Avenue

1947 Clinton E. Smith

  1616 Ferry Avenue

1884-1890 Joshua Woolford

1896 to 1904
WIlliam Obermann's Saloon
William & Tekla Obermann
William Obermann
Frank A. Obermann

1618 Ferry Avenue

1885-1890
Joseph Bevans

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 14, 1885

  1618 Ferry Avenue

1896 to 1904
WIlliam Obermann & Family
William & Tekla Obermann
William Obermann
Frank A. Obermann

1947 John W. Fallon


  1620 Ferry Avenue

1947 John J. McNutt

1622 Ferry Avenue

Photo taken June 30, 2011

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  1622 Ferry Avenue

Late 1900s to Late 1940s
Peter J. Samkovitch
aka
Pete Samko

  1624 Ferry Avenue

1947 William Washington

  1626 Ferry Avenue

1947 Charles M. Torcher

1630 & 1632 Ferry Avenue

Photo taken June 30, 2011

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1630 Ferry Avenue

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1632 Ferry Avenue

1947 Mrs. Jean DiMartinis

Photo taken June 30, 2011

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1634 Ferry Avenue

1947 Charles Farr

Photo taken June 30, 2011

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1634 Ferry Avenue

Photo taken June 30, 2011

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MRS. ISABELLA B. FARR

Funeral services will be held at 3 p. m. tomorrow for Mrs. Isabella B. Farr, 47, of 1634 Ferry Avenue. She was the wife of William E. Farr. 

1634 Ferry Avenue

1920s-1930s William E. Farr

Camden Courier-Post
June 21, 1933

  1636 Ferry Avenue

1947 Philip Saponaro

  1640 Ferry Avenue

1947 Mrs. Edna Miller

  1642 Ferry Avenue

1887-1894
William H. Arrison & Family
cigars
William & Mary Arrison
Mary Arrison

1947 Joseph Burmarch

  1645 Ferry Avenue
1983-2013
Camden County
Municipal Utilities Authority
  1646 Ferry Avenue

1947 Albert Blackshear

 


Intersection of Webster Street & Ferry Avenue
Looking East on Webster Street
from
Ferry Avenue

June 30, 2011

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1600 Block of Ferry Avenue
1656-1665
  1656 Ferry Avenue

1947 Michael Mulholland

  1658 Ferry Avenue

1947
John W. James
trucking

  1660 Ferry Avenue

1947 Lula Carter

1662 Ferry Avenue

1890 Pries SInger

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 28, 1890

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  1662 Ferry Avenue

1947 Fred Hagel

1664 Ferry Avenue

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1664 Ferry Avenue

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1664 Ferry Avenue

Photo taken June 30, 2011

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  1665 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant

  1666 Ferry Avenue

1881-1888
William H. Smith & Family
William H. & Martha J. Rulon Smith
William H. Smith Jr.




1680 Ferry Avenue

1890-1916
William H. Smith & Family
William H. & Martha J. Rulon Smith
William H. Smith Jr.
Harry L. Clements
Minnie Clements
William H. Clements

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 24, 1900

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 26, 1900

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 27, 1900

  1680 Ferry Avenue

1947 Gone



Intersection of 4th Street & Ferry Avenue
   

1700 Block of Ferry Avenue
  1700 Ferry Avenue

1947 Mrs. Theresa Schneider

1701 Ferry Avenue

1947-1990s
Triangle Tavern

1947 John J. Flacco

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  1703 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant

  1705 Ferry Avenue

1947 Raymond C. Kortman

  1707 Ferry Avenue

1947 Joseph Stalter

1709 Ferry Avenue

1896
William H. Corson

  1709 Ferry Avenue

1947 William Valiant

1711 Ferry Avenue

1906 Nicholas Blank

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 29, 1906

  1711 Ferry Avenue

1947 Joseph Police

  1713 Ferry Avenue

1947 Charles Mitchell

1714 Ferry Avenue

1906-1920
William H. Corson

  1715 Ferry Avenue

1947 George W. Schoeneman

  1716 Ferry Avenue

1947 Joseph K. Wright

1717 Ferry Avenue

1938 Mrs. Phoebe Shultz

Camden Courier-Post
February 24, 1938

  1717 Ferry Avenue

1947 Mrs. Marie Aveni

1718 Ferry Avenue

1891-1900
Elwood Bunting & Family
Elwood & Maud Buntin
William Jacob Bunting
Walter M. Bunting
Raymond James Bunting
Marguerite Bunting

Left: Elwood C. Bunting circa 1891

1947 Edward A. Hook

  1719 Ferry Avenue

Sacred Heart Mission

1720 Ferry Avenue
1887-1889
John P. Prucella Family
John B. "Shorty" Prucella

Left: John B. "Shorty" Prucella

  1720 Ferry Avenue

1947 Joseph P. Lowery

  1721 Ferry Avenue

1947 Felix Hetz

1722 Ferry Avenue

1909-1912
Leopold Mesarsick & Family
Leopold & Sabina Mesarsick
Mary Mesarsick
Ethel Mesarsick - Elsie Mesarsick
William Mesarsick- Laura Mesarsick
Charles Mesarsick - Leopold Mesarsick
Joseph Mesarsick

1722 Ferry Avenue

1933-1941
William Hunter & Family
William & Mary Hunter
Parker Hunter
Frances Hunter
Margaret Hunter
Anna Hunter Anthony
Edna Hunter
May Hunter Schultze
William Hunter Jr.
Russell Hunter
May Hunter 

  1722 Ferry Avenue

1947
William Braaksma & Family
William & Eleanora Braaksma
William Braaksma Jr.
Eleanora Braaksma
Henry Braaksma
Cornelia Braaksma

1722 Ferry Avenue

Staff Sergeant
William Braaksma Jr.
  1723 Ferry Avenue

1947 Peter J. Kuss

  1724 Ferry Avenue

1947 Peter Naurath

  1725 Ferry Avenue

1947 Robert Stokes

  1726 Ferry Avenue

1920s-1940s
George & Effie Reed

1729 Ferry Avenue

1914
Judson K. Fish

1729 Ferry Avenue

1919
Austin McDermott

  1729 Ferry Avenue

Sacred Heart Convent

GIRL CHARGES ESCORTS TRIED TO ATTACK HER

One youth was held for attempting to criminally assault a Philadelphia girl and another as a material witness last night. 

Anthony Buondonino, 23, of 1633 Broadway, and Charles Fry, 23, of 1730 Ferry Avenue, were arrested, by State Trooper George Small, Mt. Ephraim barracks, on complaint of Emma Houdner, 25, of 412 West Eleanor Street, Philadelphia.

At a hearing before Justice of, the Peace William P. Fraser, West Collingswood Heights, the girl testified that the youths offered to take her for a ride in Camden. She said they took her to a bungalow at Laurel Mills.

She alleged that Buondonino attempted to assault her and when she repulsed his advances he struck her. He was held in $200 bail to await the action of the grand jury. Fry was held in $100 bail as a material witness. 

1730 Ferry Avenue

1933 Charles Fry

Camden Courier-Post
June 13, 1933

  1730 Ferry Avenue

1947 William J. Mason

  1732 Ferry Avenue

1947 Daniel Krinich

  1734 Ferry Avenue

1878-1880
John A. Ewing

  1736 Ferry Avenue

1890-1891
John P. Prucella Family
John B. "Shorty" Prucella

  1738 Ferry Avenue

1947 John J. Hangenbucher

  1739 Ferry Avenue

1947 Thomas Hannon

  1740 Ferry Avenue

1947 James M. Aaide


1741 Ferry Avenue

Church of the Sacred Heart
Roman Catholic Church

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  1740 Ferry Avenue

1947 Pasquale DiGiacomo

  1742 Ferry Avenue

Heart of Camden Inc.

  1744 Ferry Avenue

1947 James Jones

1754 Ferry Avenue

1919 Austin McDermott

 


Intersection of Broadway & Ferry Avenue
Southeast Corner
1926 - 2013
South Camden Trust Building

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Southwest Corner
{
1801 Broadway}
1875 early 1890s
Dr. John W. Donges

Dr. Clarence Donges

Ralph W.E. Donges

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West Side
Church of the Sacred Heart
Roman Catholic Church

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500 Block of Ferry Avenue
500-521
500 Block Ferry Avenue

South Side from Broadway, 1927

507 Ferry Avenue

1932 Augustus "Gus" Rollo

Camden Courier-Post
June 17, 1932

Walter Voytovich
Carl Dolente
Edward Trotman
Sylvan Street
Broadway

509 Ferry Avenue

1919
S. Simkovitz
Shoe Repairing

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 Springer, 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.

509 Ferry Avenue

1938 Ralph Springer

Camden Courier-Post
February 16, 1938

  509 Ferry Avenue
1931
Eighth Ward Democratic Club
  509 Ferry Avenue

1947 Ferry Electric Signs
1947 Frank Hafbauer

511 Ferry Avenue

1919
Economy Shoe Store

  511 Ferry Avenue

1947 Wanda Beauty Shop

1947-1970s
Nicholas DiCiano & Family
Nicholas & Frances DiCiano
Charles DiCiano - Domenic DiCiano
Joseph DiCiano - Phillip Di Ciano
Albert DiCiano - Louis DiCiano
Anna DiCiano - Anthony DiCiano
Rose DiCiano

  512-514 Ferry Avenue

1906
Plumbing business

512-514 Ferry Avenue

1919-1920
Thomas J. Marvin
Shaving-Haircutting-Massage

512-514 Ferry Avenue
1921-1927

Dominick Lorusso & Family
barber
Dominick & Josephine Lorusso

Dominick Lorusso was a veteran of World War I. He had lived at 301 Stevens Street before going into the United States Army. He, his wife Josephine and their sons moved to 1640 Broadway prior to the compilation of the 1928 City Directory, where he had a barbershop as late as 1947.

 

  512-514 Ferry Avenue

1926 Marvin's Hall

EIGHTH WARD CLUB SET FOR GROUND HOG PARTY

The Eighth Ward Democratic Club will hold a Ground Hog party and dance tonight in their clubhouse, 512 Ferry Avenue. William McLaughlin is chairman.

Other members of the committee are David Fatlowitz, Toddy Del Rossi, William Miles, Peter Mayer, Benjamin Del Rossi, Fred W. Schorpp, George Hainesworth, Charles Schmidt, Mrs. Rose Percival, Mrs. Martha Wilson, Mrs. Anna Miles, Mrs. Fred Schorpp and Freeholder Ferdinand F. Larkin.

512-514 Ferry Avenue

1938 Eight Ward Democratic Club

Camden Courier-Post
February 22, 1938

  512-514 Ferry Avenue

1947 Gone

SALOON FRAUD CHARGED

Martin Goldberg, 36, of 513 Ferry Avenue, was arrested last night on complaint of Mary Kelly, of the same address, on charges he defrauded her of money in connection with a saloon they operated.

He was held in $500 bail for a hearing in police court today. 

513 Ferry Avenue

1933 Mary Kelly
1933 Martin Goldberg

Camden Courier-Post
June 23, 1933

FALSE PRETENSE CASE DISMISSED BY PANCOAST

Police Judge Pancoast yesterday dismissed charges against Martin Goldberg, 36, of 513 Ferry Avenue, accused by Mary Kelly, same address, of obtaining money under false pretense to open and operate it saloon on the Ferry Avenue premises.

The woman testified she gave Goldberg $50 for a temporary beer license, $35 to install gas and electricity and money for beer, in return for which she was to receive her money back and a 50-50 interest in the business. All she received, she said, was $4.

Judge Pancoast decided the case was a civil matter and had no standing in police court.

513 Ferry Avenue

1933 Mary Kelly
1933 Martin Goldberg

Camden Courier-Post
June 24, 1933

  513 Ferry Avenue

1947 Anthony Salvatore

  513 Ferry Avenue

1950s-1974
Richard Murray & Family
Richard & Olga Murray
Patti Murray

I grew up in Camden from birth 1954-1972. My Grandparents were Dymitro & Tekla Zawoyski who lived on 7th Street by Ferry Avenue. He sold insurance, owned an ice cream store, and the tavern on Fourth Street, Stan's Cafe We lived at 513 Ferry Avenue.  My parents were Olga and Richard Murray. 

Patti Rabun
December 21, 2010

  520 Ferry Avenue

1955-1956
Tom's Cleaners

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

  521 Ferry Avenue

Regular
Eighth Ward Republican Club

1931

 

521 Ferry Avenue

1938-1939
Eighth Ward
Roosevelt Italian Democrat Club

Camden Courier-Post
February 24, 1938

Catherine Corbett - John J. Hainsworth
Edmund H. Olsen - Anna Olsen
Custer Brelsford - Elmira Schoeneman
Mary Gifford - Sarah Higgins
Rose Mascio - Emily Olsen
Edna Olsen - Katherine Kurtz
Etta Smith - Emma Percival
Margaret Finelli - Beryl Hoffbauer
Stella Lochinic - Dolly Higgins
Rose Pierce - Geraldine Olsen
Grace Maiese - Margaret Lloyd
Margaret McLaughlin - Mildred Titus
James Hainesworth 
Joseph Ballinghoff Sr.
- John Mascio

  521 Ferry Avenue

1947 Frank Maiese


Intersection of Fillmore & Ferry Avenue
Southeast Corner

1800 Fillmore Street
August 27, 2003

1940s-1950s
Alex Shusko's Tavern
1959-1979
Steve's Tavern
1980-1981
Sanchez Bar

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500 Block of Ferry Avenue
555-572 Ferry Avenue
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555 Ferry Avenue

1947-1956
Camden Auto Painting Company

1955
New Jersey Bell Telephone Directory
Yellow Pages Ad

1959 Gone

556 Ferry Avenue

1894-1895 Samuel D. Cox
policeman

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 29, 1895

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PDF File of Complete
OVER IN CAMDEN Article

  558 Ferry Avenue

1947 Anthony Gambino

559 Ferry Avenue

1911-1929
J. Brown's Dry Goods
Morris & Jessie Brown

559 Ferry Avenue

1911-1929
J. Brown's Dry Goods
Morris & Jessie Brown

  559 Ferry Avenue

1947 James Alessi
barber

  560 Ferry Avenue

1947 Michael Gowanich

  561 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant

MRS. CHARLOTTE PEOPLES

Mrs. Charlotte Peoples, 73, a resident of Camden all her life, died Thursday at her home, 562 Ferry Avenue, following, a short illness.

Mrs. Peoples, was the widow of Charles Peoples, who died in 1932. Surviving are a daughter, Priscilla D. Peoples, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Springer. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m., Tuesday, at her home. Burial will be in Old Camden Cemetery.

562 Ferry Avenue

1920s-1938
Charles Peoples & Family
Charles & Charlotte Peoples

Camden Courier-Post
February 5th 1938

  562 Ferry Avenue

1947 William Ewing

  563 Ferry Avenue

1947 Jere Collins

564 Ferry Avenue

1931-1932
Michael Narducci & Family
Michael & Mary Narducci
Frank Narducci

Camden Courier-Post
June 3, 1932

564 Ferry Avenue

1931-1932
Michael Narducci & Family
Michael & Mary Narducci
Frank Narducci

Camden Courier-Post
June 4, 1932

  564 Ferry Avenue

1947 Mrs. Angelina Rago

  566 Ferry Avenue

1947 Michael Gioia

  567 Ferry Avenue

1947 William Bates

  568 Ferry Avenue

1947 Leo Castaldi

  569 Ferry Avenue

1947 Mrs. Mary Buandonna

  570 Ferry Avenue

1947 Biagio DiMarco

571 Ferry Avenue
1924 Harry Brown
571 Ferry Avenue

1947 William Garwood

Photograph Taken September 28, 2011

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  572 Ferry Avenue

1947 Joseph Ciararich


600 Block of Ferry Avenue
  600 Ferry Avenue

1947
Michael Del Rossi
Candy Store

1947
Edmund A. Walsh
In an upstairs apartment 

601 Ferry Avenue

1896-1921 William Mullin's saloon
1939-1967 Frank's Cafe
1939-1967 Frank Corado
1978-1985 Happy's Cafe
1990 Silver Door Cafe
Closed late 1990s

602-604 Ferry Avenue
1919
  602 Ferry Avenue

1947 Frank A. Moss

  604 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant

  605 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant

606 Ferry Avenue

1915
Guarantee Realty Company
Harry Varbalow - Samuel Varbalow

Philadelphia Inquirer
March 26, 1915

Viola Street - Winslow Street
South 4th Street - Florence Street
William Sangtinette
- Henry J. Mockett

  606 Ferry Avenue

1947 Mrs. Jennie Russian

  606 Ferry Avenue

1947 Edward J. Yakakcki

608 Ferry Avenue

1919 Harry Dubin

  608 Ferry Avenue

1940s
Bezich Brothers Music Store

608 Ferry Avenue

1940s
Sergeant Stanley Bezich

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609 Ferry Avenue

1942
Frank J. Willoth & Family
Frank & Martha Willoth
Thomas Willoth

  609 Ferry Avenue

1947 Dominic L. Albano

  610 Ferry Avenue

1947 Chester Karney

611 Ferry Avenue

1919
P. Punzo
shoe repair

1947 Massini DiMarco
shoe repair
1947 Alex Volcanis

612 Ferry Avenue

1914-1919 Ferry Avenue Palace
movie theater

Camden Post Telegram
December 11, 1914

612 Ferry Avenue

1914-1919 Ferry Avenue Palace
movie theater

612 Ferry Avenue

1923
Camden Auto Painting Co.

  612 Ferry Avenue

1947
Russian Workers
Mutual Aid Society

  613 Ferry Avenue

1894 John Hart
1947 Anthony Joy

  615 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant
1962 Gone

  617 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant
1962 Gone

619 Ferry Avenue

1909-1929
J. Bassevitch


1947

619 Ferry Avenue

1909-1929
J. Bassevitch

1947

  619 Ferry Avenue

1947
Yugoslav Club

Intersection of Salem Street and Ferry Avenue
  621 Ferry Avenue
1947 Fritz Hess
622 Ferry Avenue

1919-1947
Mrs. Josephine Trano
Grocery

622 Ferry Avenue
February 22, 2004

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  623 Ferry Avenue

1947
Thomas Bezich
Grocery

624 Ferry Avenue

1925 MIchael Koukolski

Camden Courier
May 23, 1925

  624 Ferry Avenue

1947 John Billings

625 Ferry Avenue

1911-1913
Kolman Goldstein & Family

1914-1916
Andrew Miller & Family
saloon

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 23, 1915

Joseph J. Cooper
Central Avenue
E.G.C. Bleakly
Joshua C. Haines

 

625 Ferry Avenue

1917s-1924
William Plevinsky Saloon

  625 Ferry Avenue

1924-1947
Harry Stridick & Family
Harry & Matilda "Tillie" Stridick
Stella Stridick
Walter Stridick
Benjamin Stridick

Walter Stridick was in business as a saloonkeeper her when the 1924 City Directory was compiled. By 1927 he had gone into the grocery business. The family was in business at this location as late as 1959, son Walter carrying the business forward after his father's death.

Intersection of Railroad Avenue and Ferry Avenue
  626 Ferry Avenue

1947 John J. Odenwalt

  628 Ferry Avenue
1947 Charles F. Hobbbs
Intersection of Hale Street and Ferry Avenue
629 Ferry Avenue

1920s-1930s Michael Brown
1947 Central Cafe
1959 Cindy's Central Cafe
1966-1967 Payton's Place
1970-1980s Tee's Cafe 

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629 Ferry Avenue

1953
Enrico Tiziani & Family
Enrico & Helen Tiziani

629 Ferry Avenue

1966-1967
Payton's Place


1967 Advertisement

  631 Ferry Avenue

1924 Anthony Haday
grocery

  634 Ferry Avenue

1914
Mrs. Mary Cericola
widow of Raphael Cericola
Joseph Cericola
laborer

  636 Ferry Avenue

1947
Frank Palma
Barber

  639 Ferry Avenue

1926
Salvatore Chinappie Family

Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Chinappi
Albert Chinappi
Pasqaule Chinappi

639 Ferry Avenue

1926 Pasqaule Chinappi

Camden High School
1926 Purple & Gold Yearbook

  640 Ferry Avenue

1910 Stephen Haday
(Stefan Chadic)

642 Ferry Avenue

1908 Annie Gotschalk

Philadelphia Inquirer
November 24,1908

643 Ferry Avenue
1919
National Talking Machine
Company
John Marsich, Manager
  643 Ferry Avenue
1947
Andrew Nikituk
Grocery
  644 Ferry Avenue

1906-1910
William Anderson & Family
William & Mary Anderson
John S. Anderson
Hazel Anderson 
Charles Anderson
Madeline Anderson
William Anderson
Kate Anderson
Lester R. Anderson

 644 Ferry Avenue

1923
Teodor Hordeckei & Family
Teodor & Anna Hordeckei

645 Ferry Avenue

1914-1960s
Alex Prokopic Family
Alex & Anna Bermes Prokopic
Olga Prokopic
Stephania Prokopic
Michael Prokopic
Helen Prokopic
George Prokopic
Clara Prokopic


1910s, 1920s Meats & Groceries
1947 Secondhand Furniture

645 Ferry Avenue

1914-1960s
Alex Prokopic Family
Alex & Anna Bermes Prokopic

647 Ferry Avenue

1890
Lewis A. Buzine

649 Ferry Avenue
1947
Tony Larsen
Pool Room
  649 Ferry Avenue

1924 George Willingmyre
junk

  649 Ferry Avenue

1947 S&C Bargain Store
Candy & Dry Goods

  650 Ferry Avenue

William & Dora Venella
  653 Ferry Avenue
1940s - early 1950s
Ackerle's Bakery
654 Ferry Avenue
1919
Archie, Thorp & Loute
Used Cars

MRS. M. T. MARSDEN

Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m. Friday at the Church of the Sacred Heart for Mrs. Margaret T. Marsden, 658 Ferry Avenue, who died Tuesday at Pottsville, Pa., where she had been visiting. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Marsden, who was the widow of Archibald W., is survived by two sons and a daughter. William and Archibald W., Jr., both of Camden, and Mrs. Mae Lutz of Sugarloaf, Pa.

658 Ferry Avenue

1933 Mrs. Margaret Marsden

Camden Courier-Post
February 3, 1933

659 Ferry Avenue

1919
F.P. Marion
First Class Shaving Parlor

  659 Ferry Avenue

1947 Vacant

  660 Ferry Avenue

1947 Steven Volzen

661 Ferry Avenue

1932
Frank Marvin
barber shop

Camden Courier-Post
June 2, 1932

Frank McCue

  661 Ferry Avenue

1947 Charles Miller

  662 Ferry Avenue

1910s-1920s
John Campbell & Family
John & Lillian Campbell

1947 Ignatz Pakulis

  663 Ferry Avenue

1910s-1920s
Louis Romaine & Family

1947 Mrs. Mary Quinton

  664 Ferry Avenue

1947 Alex Kudelich
Paperhanger

Intersection of Master Street and Ferry Avenue
  665 Ferry Avenue
1920
Stephen Haday
  665 Ferry Avenue
1947 Anthony Miguell
667 Ferry Avenue

1919
Majestic Coal & Ice Company
C. Thomas, Proprietor

  667-669 Ferry Avenue

1947 Joseph & Rose Sacchetti
Grocery

  671-673 Ferry Avenue

1881-1910
Daniel Kelly's Saloon

671-673 Ferry Avenue

1919-1921
John Asbert Saloon

  671-673 Ferry Avenue

1930s-1950s
 Knast Cafe

675 Ferry Avenue

1913-1924
William J. Kelly
Plumbing & Heating

675 Ferry Avenue

1913-1924
William J. Kelly
Plumbing & Heating

  675 Ferry Avenue

1924 Bateson Specialties
Plumbing & Heating Supplies

  675 Ferry Avenue

1920s-1967
Stephen Haday
grocery

679 Ferry Avenue

1930-1942
Michael Yatzus
aka
Private Michael Yachus

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680 Ferry Avenue

1895 Thornton Lightcap

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 29, 1895

John Atkinson
Miller Street

Right Click on Image to Download PDF File
of complete OVER IN CAMDEN Article

  683 Ferry Avenue

1923
Maurice DiNicolo
police

 684 Ferry Avenue

1880-1900
William C. Woodfall
Teamster

 685 Ferry Avenue

1923
Ignatius Zabecki
meats

685 Ferry Avenue

1924-1971
John Hadyniak & Family
Tailor
John & Annie Hadyniak
Olga Hadyniak
John Hadyniak
Catherine Hadyniak

685 Ferry Avenue

1924-1971
John Hadyniak & Family
Tailor
John & Annie Hadyniak
Olga Hadyniak
John Hadyniak
Catherine Hadyniak

685 Ferry Avenue

1924-1971
John Hadyniak & Family
Tailor
John & Annie Hadyniak
Olga Hadyniak
John Hadyniak
Catherine Hadyniak

685 Ferry Avenue

1924-1971
John Hadyniak & Family
Tailor
John & Annie Hadyniak
Olga Hadyniak
John Hadyniak
Catherine Hadyniak

From Left:  Catherine Hadyniak, Anna Hardecker Hadyniak, Olga Hadyniak Billy, 1960s

Photo courtesy of Carol Billy Marengo,
daughter of Olga Hadyniak Billy

 


690 Ferry Avenue

1898-1905
Mrs. Sarah Bartlett & Family
Widow of William Bartlett
Samuel R. Bartlett
George Bartlett
William J. Bartlett

Philadelphia Inquirer
March 10, 1900


690 Ferry Avenue

1941
Michael Hetz

Camden Courier-Post
July 24, 1941

Owen Daisey
Erma Daisey
Clifford Shemeley
Chesapeake Road
Bailey Street

690 Ferry Avenue

1930-1942
Nicholas Hetz

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692 Ferry Avenue

1885-1893
John H. Hart & Family
John H. & Mary Ann Hart

Philadelphia Inquirer
April 39, 1885

  694 Ferry Avenue
1947
Harry's Esso Station
  695 Ferry Avenue
1947

Intersection of Van Buren Street and Ferry Avenue
   

600 Block of Ferry Avenue
  697 Ferry Avenue

1878-1893
Benjamin H. Thomas & Family
policeman
Benjamin & Rebecca Thomas

1894-1904
Isaac C. Shute
policeman

1947
1955 Varsity Barber Shop

  698 Ferry Avenue

1947


Intersection of 7th Street & Ferry Avenue
1931
Looking West on Ferry Avenue
towards Seventh Street
1931
Looking West on Ferry Avenue
towards Seventh Street

 

   

700 Block of Ferry Avenue
  701 Ferry Avenue
1947
John P. Bereska
Grocery
707 Ferry Avenue
February 5, 2005

Fire at Roosevelt Manor

707 Ferry Avenue
February 5, 2005

Fire at Roosevelt Manor

715 Ferry Avenue

1919
Nick Fizzano
Grocery

  715 Ferry Avenue
1947
Samuel Sherman
Grocery
  720 Ferry Avenue
1947
William Curley
Ice
  721 Ferry Avenue
1934
Edward Judd
1947
Daniel Gray
723 Ferry Avenue
1930s-1947
Mrs. Theresa Di Lello
Candy Store

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727 Ferry Avenue

1888
Lewis A. Buzine

  736 Ferry Avenue

1880-1900
William C. Woodfall
Teamster

Intersection of Kossuth Street and Ferry Avenue
751 Ferry Avenue
1890-1906
F. Joseph Rouh
saloon
L. Najulis Saloon
1914-1933
Veronica Jacabauskas
&
Family

1933-1970s
Anderson Tavern

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751, 753, & 755
Ferry Avenue

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 22, 1918

Ferry Avenue
Michael Erriescki
Frederick Schmidt
Carl Quinton
L. Najulis Saloon
Jennie Stevenson
Kossuth Street
F. Joseph Rouh
Dr. David Rhone
Stephen Shumluski 

752 Ferry Avenue
1932
American Stores
grocery
F.M. Willis, Manager
753 Ferry Avenue
1914
F. Joseph Rouh
753 Ferry Avenue
1918-1919
F.W. Schmidt Plumbing
  753 Ferry Avenue
1947
John F. Bevans Grocery
761 Ferry Avenue

Angelo Romaine
1901-1921
Nicholas Romaine
1901

767 Ferry Avenue
1919
  767 Ferry Avenue
1947
West Barber Shop
  768 Ferry Avenue
1947
Rev. Clarence B. Miles
2004
Ferry Avenue
United Methodist Church
  770 Ferry Avenue

1947
Ferry Avenue Methodist Church

  773 Ferry Avenue

1947
Adams & Knight - tailors

773 Ferry Avenue

1919
Brahen Brothers


Intersection of 8th Street & Ferry Avenue
 
1888-1970
Ferry Avenue
Methodist Episcopal Church
 
   

800 Block of Ferry Avenue
  807 Ferry Avenue
Angelo Romaine
Nicholas Romaine
1898 & 1900

NUMBERS WRITER FINED $50 IN POLICE COURT

A confessed numbers writer, Lloyd Thomas, 39, of 807 Ferry Avenue, was fined $50 by Judge Pancoast in police court today. 

Lieutenant George Frost testified that Thomas ran a small book in his cigar store. Thomas offered no defense, pleading guilty to the charge

807 Ferry Avenue

1933 Lloyd Thomas

Camden Courier-Post
June 24, 1933

823 Ferry Avenue

1930 Mrs. Louisa Barnes

Camden Courier-Post
December 6, 1930

  827 Ferry Avenue
1936
J. Maxwell Griffin
1947
Wick's Confectionary
Intersection of Philip Street and Ferry Avenue
852 Ferry Avenue

1950s-mId 1970s
Anderson Tavern
1970s
Carl & Eddie's Tavern

878 Ferry Avenue

1906
Florence Clinton

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 20, 1906

O. Glen Stackhouse
John Lavin

  882 Ferry Avenue

1955
Sye's One Hour Cleaners

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Listing

FAT WOMAN IN THE WAY

John Kretcher [Isaac Krichev - PMC] , a grocer, of 884 Ferry Avenue, opened his store just in time in the morning to see a colored man swiping his supply of bread and cakes from the front doorstep. He pursued the thief and would have caught him had not a fat little negress he could not recognize gotten in his way and hold him fast until the bread robber made his escape around the corner. Policeman Nate Thornton appeared a few minutes later but by that time the thief and his fat friend were gone.

884 Ferry Avenue

1921
Isaac Krichev
Grocery

Camden Courier-Post
February 9, 1922

884 Ferry Avenue

1922-1940
Isaac Krichev & Family
grocery
Isaac & Anna Krichev
Louis Krichev
Max Krichev

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Left: Freda Krichev

  884 Ferry Avenue

1947 Norman's Grocery
Norman Lambersky


Intersection of 9th Street & Ferry Avenue
Northeast Corner
August 1, 1940
Sign Announcing the
Construction
of
Clement T. Branch Village

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900 Block of Ferry Avenue
901 - 979 Ferry Avenue

Clement T. Branch Village

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902 Ferry Avenue

The Biron Bottling Company

  902 Ferry Avenue

1947
Ferry Avenue Liquor Store

  902 Ferry Avenue

1980s-2004
Liquor Bank

905 Ferry Avenue

1896
James Henderson & Family

Camden Post-Telegram
March 25, 1896

  914 Ferry Avenue
1947
Eugene Aumaitre Real Estate
  918 Ferry Avenue

1910
Walter W. Carter

921 Ferry Avenue

1903-1906 Joseph Leonard

Philadelphia Inquirer
January 31, 1903

Judge Charles V.D. Joline
Rev. Dr. J.B. Graw
Frank S. McPherson
Sig Schoenagle
Henry F. Stockwell
Joseph Leonard
Mrs. Emma Menard
J. Willard Morgan
Arthur Stanley
Frank Ford Patterson Jr.

Mahlon F. Ivins Sr.
South 9th Street
Ferry Avenue

 

  922 Ferry Avenue
1947
Nicholas Klarich Candy Store
Intersection of Miller Street & Ferry Avenue

951 Ferry Avenue

1915-1925
Morris Polivnick
saloon

1926 Vacant
1928 Edythe Polivnick

Trenton Evening Times
February 21, 1925

George Tempest

1940 Gone, became Branch Village 

STORE OWNER ROBBED OF $25 BY TWO BANDITS

A South Camden merchant was held up and robbed of $25 shortly before, midnight by two bandits.

John Jacobs, who conducts a grocery at 960 Ferry Avenue, told police he was reading a newspaper when the men appeared. They were not masked. The taller man walked quickly to the counter, Jacobs said, while, the other remained near the doorway.

Pointing a revolver across the counter toward Jacobs, the robber ordered him to hand over all his money. Jacobs complied and was told ·to lie on the floor and make no outcry. After the man at the door gave a signal both hastened south on Ferry Avenue toward Jefferson Street and disappeared.

960 Ferry Avenue

1938 John Jacobs

Camden Courier-Post
February 9, 1938

960 Ferry Avenue

1941 Anna Amber

Camden Courier-Post
July 26, 1941

 

  960 Ferry Avenue

mid-1940s- 1960s
J. Maxwell Griffin

960 Ferry Avenue

June 11, 2011

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  962 Ferry Avenue

1914-1917
Walter W. Carter

964 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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964 & 966 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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966 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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  968 Ferry Avenue

1918 and 1942 Frank Ness
grocery
1947 Benjamin Stone
grocery

968 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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968 & 970 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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970 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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SOUTH CAMDEN

 Fire damaged a bedroom on the second floor at the home of Hyne Miller 972 Ferry Avenue, yesterday afternoon. The fire was caused, it is said, by a child playing with matches, which set fire to a bed covering. Firemen from No. 3 Engine and No. 2 Truck Company extinguished the blaze.

Eli Hunt, of No. 3 Engine Company, Broadway and Ferry Avenue, lost his glasses at the fire on Ferry Avenue.

972 Ferry Avenue

1900s-1924 Haney Miller

Camden Courier
January 4, 1922

  972 Ferry Avenue

1900s-1922 Nathan Thornton
policeman
1929 William Givens

972 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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972 & 974 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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973 Ferry Avenue

1922
Helen Miller

Camden Post-Telegram
January 4, 1922

Daniel McCarty
Pine Street

974 Ferry Avenue

1914 Mrs. Elizabeth Clinton

Camden Post-Telegram
December 11, 1914

Charles F. Pope
24th Infantry Regiment

974 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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MAN BLAMES ARREST ON WIFE'S' ANIMOSITY

 Despite his plea that he was the victim of his estranged wife's animosity, Charles Yatzus, 45, formerly of 978 Ferry Avenue, but now of Baltimore, was fined $75 in criminal court yesterday by Judge Shay on a charge of carrying a concealed deadly weapon,

M. L. Cobbin, attorney, asked leniency for his client, declaring that Yatzus and his wife had separated, and he took his .32-caliber revolver from the Ferry Avenue home intending to carry it to his rooms in Philadelphia. Cobbin alleged that Mrs. Yatzus telephoned police that her husband was carrying a revolver, resulting in his arrest as he was about to board a ferryboat for Philadelphia.

Judge Shay admitted the story might be true, but imposed the fine because the gun was loaded.

978 Ferry Avenue

Late 1920s
Charles Yatzus

Camden Morning Post
March 25, 1930

980 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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980 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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  983 Ferry Avenue

1919-1930s Frank Ness
grocery
Joseph Ness

7 SOUTH JERSEY YOUTHS GET PHARMACY DEGREES

Three Camden youths and four others from South Jersey were among graduates of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science receiving degrees at commencement exercises last night.

The Camden youths were Emanuel H. Modeck, of 806 North Fifth Street; Joseph Ness, of 983 Ferry Avenue, and Seymour Halbert, of 1010 Spruce Street.

The others were Isadore Rosenthal, of 126 Haddon Avenue, Haddonfield; Harry A. Levenson, of Lawnside; Linwood F. Tice, of Salem, and Harrison R. Boggs, of 214 Burwood Avenue, Collingswood.

983 Ferry Avenue

1933 Joseph Ness

Camden Courier-Post
June 8, 1933

 

  983 Ferry Avenue

1947 Gone


Intersection of 10th Street & Ferry Avenue
   

1000 Block of Ferry Avenue
1000 Ferry Avenue
1930s-1940s
Graziosa Gas Station
1938-1941
Private Frank Ballerino

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  1001 Ferry Avenue

1890s-1900s Nathan Thornton

Photo courtesy of Bob Bartosz

1001-1003-1005
Ferry Avenue

June 19, 1973

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Photo courtesy of Bob Bartosz

  1003 Ferry Avenue
  1005 Ferry Avenue

1891-1909
Albert Batten & Family
policeman
Albert & Rachel Batten

1009 Ferry Avenue
1947

The
Progressive
DEMOCRAT CLUB
of the Eighth Ward

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1009 Ferry Avenue
1947
Progressive
DEMOCRAT CLUB
of the Eighth Ward

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1009 Ferry Avenue
1947
Progressive
DEMOCRAT CLUB
of the Eighth Ward

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1042 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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1046 Ferry Avenue

1898 Frank Melton

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 23, 1898

 

1046 Ferry Avenue

1948
Alfred Taylor

Camden Courier-Post
June 4, 1948

 

1046 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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Intersection of Mulford Street & Ferry Avenue
 
Northeast Corner

1051 & 1053 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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Southwest Corner

1046 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

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1000 Block of Ferry Avenue
1051-1067

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1051 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

1890-1898
Mrs. Jane Chambers & Family
boarding
Francis D. Chambers Sr. & Family
Francis D. & Lizzie Chambers
Francis D. Chambers Jr.

 
1051 Ferry Avenue

1890-1898
Mrs. Jane Chambers & Family
boarding
Francis D. Chambers Sr. & Family
Francis D. & Lizzie Chambers
Francis D. Chambers Jr.

Philadelphia Inquirer
November 30, 1895

1051 & 1053 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

 
1053 Ferry Avenue

July 20, 2011

 
1067 Ferry Avenue

1918-1921
Jacob Heiseger
tavern
Jacob & Mary Heiseger
Rosalie Heiseger

1921-1977
Brass Cafe
Fabian Brass & Family
Fabian & Helen Brass
Emma Brass
Charles Brass
Bernice Brass

1067 Ferry Avenue

1921-1977
Brass Cafe aka Brass Tavern
Fabian Brass & Family
Fabian & Helen Brass
Emma Brass - Charles Brass
Bernice Brass (not in photo)

My grandparents, Fabian and Helen Brass, owned the Brass Tavern. My mother Bernice Brass lived there with her sister Emma and brother Charles. When my mother married she moved to Haddonfield, N.J. My Aunt Emma married Frank Percival and moved down the street to 1889 Charles Street. Charles Brass lived in the tavern until his death.

I spent many days visiting them above the bar on Ferry Avenue as a child.

A Mystery: In the 1930 Census a Florence Brass, aged 16, lived at the Brass Tavern along with Bernice, Charles, and Emma. No one in the family has ever heard of Florence Brass, my mother never mentioned her. WHO IS SHE?

If you, the reader, knows anything about this, please e-mail me. I am 72 ad don't know if there is anyone still alive who could solve this mystery.

Irene Dunn
November 24, 2014

Left: Bernice Brass

DEMOCRATS FORM CLUB

The Eighth Ward Colored Democratic Club organized last night at 1067 Ferry Avenue, with the following officers: Walter Adams, president; Charles Williams, vice president; William Mumford, treasurer; Elwood Lawson, secretary; Samuel Berry, custodian; Oliver Everett, chaplain; A. B. Johnson, Carroll James, Grover James, Frederick Pierce, and Lemuel Still

1067 Ferry Avenue

Camden Courier-Post
June 22, 1933


Intersection of Charles Street & Ferry Avenue
   

Dempsey Butler Cemetery
 

1100 Block of Ferry Avenue
  1100 Ferry Avenue
1970s-2004
Pulini Incorporated
Seafood

1200 Block of Ferry Avenue
  1200 Ferry Avenue
Camden
International Commodities, Inc.
1955
Alfred Lowry & Brother, Inc

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad


Evergreen Cemetery
 

Intersection of Mt. Ephraim Avenue & Ferry Avenue
 

New Camden Cemetery
 

Intersection of Hallowell Lane & Ferry Avenue
 

Ferry Station Apartments
 

Ferry Plaza
Office Building
Ferry Avenue at Davis Street
 

Intersection of Davis Street & Ferry Avenue
 

City Line Brick & Lumber

City Line Brick and Lumber was located at the intersection of the Old White Horse Pike and Ferry Avenue. The Budd family, who owned the business, sold the property to PATCO, which build the High Speed Line station and parking lots where the business had stood.


1888-1960s
City Line Lumber Company

1955 New Jersey Bell Telephone
Yellow Pages Ad

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Ferry Avenue PATCO Station

2000
Ferry Avenue
as seen from platform of the
Ferry Avenue
PATCO
High Speed Line

Station

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The Saloon aka Akinamo Liquors
 

ALDI
 

Ferry Avenue & the White Horse Pike
 

Ferry Avenue & Haddon Avenue
 

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