Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Lowell
Street


LOWELL STREET is a one block thoroughfare that runs east from South 9th Street, across South 10th Street and Warsaw Street, before terminating at 1573 Mount Ephraim Avenue, in what was at one time a predominantly Polish neighborhood. Lowell Street is best remembered at the home of the Polish American Citizen Club's building, at the corner of Warsaw and Lowell Streets.

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

 Phil Cohen


900 Block of Lowell Street

937 Lowell Street

1960s-1970s
Robert A. Morton


 1000 Block of Lowell Street

 1038 Lowell Street

1950-1990s
Polish American Citizens Club
(P.A.C.C.)


Intersection of Lowell Street & Warsaw Street

 

 
Lowell Street East of Warsaw Street - March 19, 2012
Warsaw Street North of Lowell Street  - March 19, 2012
Warsaw Street North of Lowell Street  - March 19, 2012
   

 1100 Block of Lowell Street

 1105 Lowell Street

1930s-1940s
Boleslaw Poduszczak & Family
Boleslaw "Barney" & Julia Poduszczak
Leopold Poduszczak

Richard Poduszcak

Photograph Taken March 19, 2012 

Second Lieutenant
Leopold S. Poduszczak

 1107 Lowell Street

1947

Photograph Taken March 19, 2012 

 1107 Lowell Street

1947

Photograph Taken March 19, 2012 

 

 1109 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1111 Lowell Street

 1920s-1940s
Casimir Wiercsizewski & Family
Kazimierz (Casimir) & Alice Wiercisziewski
Henry
Florence
Stanley
Edward Wierciszewski

Private
Edward Wierciszewski
 

 1113 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1115 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1117 Lowell Street

1947

 

 1119 Lowell Street

1947
Irene's Beauty Shop
Casimir Andraka & Family
Casimir & Kazimiera Andraka
Irene Andraka
Alice Andraka
Jane "Jean" Andraka
Raymond Andraka

Casimir and Kazimiera Andraka are my aunt and uncle. Casimir aka Uncle Charlie is my mother's brother. They also had a son named Raymond. My aunt's maiden name was Janik. Cousin Jean's name was Jane. 

My uncle Charlie is the great- grandfather of Jack Andraka who won the $75,000 grand prize at the recent Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

Ed Milewski
June 2012

 

 1121 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1123 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1125 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1127 Lowell Street

1947

 

 1129 Lowell Street

1947

 

 1137 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1139 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 1141 Lowell Street

1924
1947

Photograph Taken March 19, 2012 

 1143 Lowell Street

1947

Photograph Taken March 19, 2012

Scheduled for Demolition in March of 2012

 1145 Lowell Street

1947

Photograph Taken March 19, 2012 

 

 1147 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1149 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1151 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1153 Lowell Street

1947

MAN IN ROW JAILED

An argument over a pushcart in which a man was severely beaten on the head and face resulted in Joseph Dworanczyk, 29, of 1155 Lowell Street, being sent to jail far four months in police court yesterday. 

With his left eye badly blackened and his face cut and swollen to almost twice its usual size, Simon Balicyck, 55, of 1065 Everett Street, told Police Judge Pancoast that Dworanczyk beat him with a board. He laid that the attack occurred at Farnham Park when he refused to give Dworanczyk his pushcart. 

Dworanczyk pleaded not guilty to the charge and said he struck Baliyck in self-defense. 

1155 Lowell Street

1933 Joseph Dworanczyk

Camden Courier-Post
June 10, 1933

 

 

 1155 Lowell Street

1947

 

 1157 Lowell Street

1924
1947

 

 1159 Lowell Street

1924
1947

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