POSTCARD IMAGES
of
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY

The Cyclone of April 12, 1912

I've always been interested in Postcards. Here are some Camden Postcards, some dating back to the 19th Century.
  Left- Probably my all-time favorite Postcard. The optimism in Camden's future jumps right out of the card!
  If you have any images to share, please contact me.
                                   Phil Cohen
       

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June 8, 2003- Thanks to Benedict Tisa for contributing
many images now on this page

2nd Street
North of
Elm Street

3rd Street
North of
Main Street

Looking Southwest from the corner of 3rd & Vine in the aftermath of the Cyclone of April 1912 
From Left: 607 and 609 North 3rd Street; 234, 232, 230, 228, 226 Main Street

400 Block of Vine Street
Vine West of 5th Street
Cyclone of April 2, 1912

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Store and Dwellings
Southwest Corner
4th & Vine Street

"damaged by Wind Storm"
April 2, 1912

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Dwellings
Vine Street above 4th

"damaged by Wind Storm"
April 2, 1912

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Dwellings
Vine Street above 4th

"damaged by Wind Storm"
April 2, 1912

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Northeast Corner
of
North 6th & Vine Street
 After the
Cyclone of April 2, 1912

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