Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Hale
Street


HALE STREET  ran North to South between Central Avenue and Ferry Avenue, west of the railroad tracks that still exist today. It first appears in Camden City Directories in 1895. Four homes stood on Hale Street. The were originally numbered 1701, 1703, 1705, and 1707. St some point between 1913 and 1920 they were renumbered 1800, 1802, 1804, and 1806. These homes were still standing in 1962, and at least two, 1802 and 1806 were still occupied in 1969. In the 1970s these homes were taken, and, with all of Hale Street, erased to make way for the I-676 North-South Freeway..

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

 Phil Cohen
Sunday, August 06, 2017


Intersection of Hale Street & Central Avenue
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1906 Sanborn Map. The houses that stood on Hale Street had not been built yet.
   

1700 & 1800 Blocks of Hale Street
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1701 Hale Street

1909-1912
Stanislaus Max & Family
Stanislaus & Katie Max

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 9, 1909

1701 Hale Street

1909-1912
Stanislaus Max & Family
Stanislaus & Katie Max

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 19, 1910

Alpha Club
William Story
Cooper Hospital

1701 Hale Street

1909-1912
Stanislaus Max & Family
Stanislaus & Katie Max

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 15, 1912

  1701 Hale Street

1913 Alexander Cappi

  1703 Hale Street

1912-1913
Thomas Kopsinski & Family
Theodore & Kate Kopsinski

  1705 Hale Street

1910-1911
Thomas Kopsinski & Family
Theodore & Kate Kopsinski

  1800 Hale Street

1920-1922
James Rabrar & Family
James & Lucy Rabrar


1947

  1802 Hale Street

1920-1921

1929

1947

  1804 Hale Street

1921
1922
1947

  1806 Hale Street

1920-1921
1920-1921
1922
1947


Intersection of Hale Street & Ferry Avenue
   

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