Not Even DoDo Hamilton Could Save The Sears Roebuck Building, Camden, New Jersey
Not the historic buildings people, nor the former owner–not even DoDo Hamilton (Campbell Soup) can stop the “City Fathers” of Camden, New Jersey from the final phase in the ruination of its “city”…
The emphatic and long-standing Neo-classic landmark, visible to all who travel [...]
The Abandoned Machine Shop of Eldridge R. Johnson, Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, New Jersey
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Walt Whitman House Stands Alone in Camden
330 Mickle Street, Camden, New Jersey
Unlike the other Walt Whitman house that we have featured in our more recent columns, this house, 330 Mickle Street (328 Mickle Street during Walt’s life) is known and not to mention open to the public; however, upon visiting one might find it strange that [...]
What Happened to Camden’s Other Walt Whitman House?
While we have visited and have great respect for the Walt Whitman House Museum of Camden, New Jersey, we should always give credit where credit is due.
While his association with Camden is in Mickle Street, we must beg the question of No. 431 Stevens where Walt Whitman (1819-1892) [...]