POSTCARD IMAGES
of
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY

SCHOOLS

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

George Genge School
Children at Play
E. A. Stevens School
430 South 4th Street
North East School
646 Vine Street
Broadway & Clinton Street
Looking North from Royden Street
Broadway Elementary School on right side
James A. Garfield School
2825 Cramer Street
James A. Garfield School
2825 Cramer Street
 
  George Washington School
1033 Cambridge Street
"Manual Training and High School,
Camden, N. J."
"Manual Training and High School,
Camden, N. J."
"High School, Camden, N. J."
Postcard mailed in 1905
"High School, Camden N.J." 
1908
"High School, Camden N.J."  "Manual Training and High School,
Haddon Ave., Camden, N. J."
Postcard from around 1915
Catholic Lyceum
Broadway & Federal Street
As Seen from the Munger & Long Store
A
Church of the Immaculate Conception
& the Catholic Lyceum
as seen from 
NW corner of Broadway & Market Street. 
Catholic Lyceum

"Federal Street,
Looking East  From Court House"

Camden High School -1920s
"LOOKING ACROSS COOPER RIVER
SHOWING FARNHAM PARK AND
CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL, CAMDEN, N.J."
Camden High School -1960s
Camden County Vocational School
in nearby Pennsauken NJ
St. Joseph High School
Mount Ephraim Avenue
1950s

Camden
Commercial College

Temple Theater Building
415 Market Street

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