POSTCARD IMAGES
of
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY

LIBRARIES

 

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!

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                                  Phil Cohen 

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

Cooper Park Library - circa 1916 Cooper Park Library - circa 1912
Cooper Park Library - circa 1910 Cooper Park Library
Cooper Park Library - circa 1910 Cooper Park Library
Cooper Park Library

This card was mailed in 1906 

The Cooper Park Library was replaced by a large building (below). donated by Eldridge Johnson of the Victor Talking Machine Co. 
LEFT: The Cooper Free Public Library
aka Cooper Branch Public Library
Now Known as the Walt Whitman Poetry Center 
Johnson Park, Library,
 & Victor Talking Machine Factory
Circa 1930
Cooper Branch Public Library
Circa 1960
The Carnegie Library, Broadway & Line St
The postmark on the card is April 28,1906
The Carnegie Library, Broadway & Line St
The Carnegie Library, Broadway & Line St The Carnegie Library, Broadway & Line St
Pomona Hall
Home of the
Camden County Historical Society
Public Service Corporation Building
Home of the Camden Free Public Library
since the late 1970s

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