ALFRED R. WHITE was born in 1877 to Frederic and Ida White. His father was a farmer at Broadkiln Hundred, in Sussex County, Delaware.
Alfred R. White was living at 433 Chambers Avenue as early as the fall of 1918. Still at that address at the time of the 1920 Census, he was living with his mother, Ida White. He was at that time in the self-employed in cigar business. Also at home was his 28 year old brother Amory K. White, then the manager of an automobile tire company.
Alfred White served as City Clerk from 1923 to 1927, during the administration of Mayor Victor King, who was elected on a Non-Partisan slate. After leaving city government, he took a position as a salesman in a department store, which is where he was working in 1930. A bachelor, he was at the time of the 1930 Census lodging at 523 Pine Street, the home of realtor Henry Donahoo and his wife Edna. He was living at 653 Washington Street in Camden's Ninth Ward when he was hospitalized with appendicitis in October of 1936. After recuperating with his brother and sister in Staten Island NY, Alfred White returned to Camden, and took up residence at 555 Berkley Street. He died of an apparent heart attack at the New York Shipbuilding Corporation shipyard, where he had been working.
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Camden Courier-Post - June 20, 1933
DEMOCRATS ARRANGE FOR 'MALONEY DAY'
"Harry L. Maloney Day" will be celebrated by South Jersey
Democrats, Sunday, July 9, when the newly-appointed collector of internal
revenue will be guest of honor at a picnic at Silver Lake Park. State leaders of the party will attend.
Maloney, Democratic state committeeman from Camden County and Mayor of Bellmawr, was named by President
Roosevelt to succeed Edward L. Sturgess and is expected to
Plans for the outing were made last night at a meeting in Democratic headquarters, 538 Stevens Street, at which Albert S. Marvel, Jr., was named chairman of the general committee. Vincent de P. Costello was elected secretary and former Mayor Victor King treasurer.
The committees follow:
Ways and means- Sidney Kaplan, chairman; Judge Samuel M. Shay, Judge Frank F. Neutze, Victor King, Vincent Gallaher, Samuel P. Orlando and Thomas N. Madden.
Entertainment- Joseph A. Varbalow, chairman; Patrick H. Harding, Joseph E. Nowrey, Calogero Salvagio, Thomas Cavanaugh and Joseph A. Gorman.
Refreshments- Ralph W. Wescott, chairman; Raymond Hadley, Walter Bateman, Joseph Ackroyd, James Hainesworth, Joseph Harczynski.
Athletics- Frank Abbott, chairman; John Lyons, Joseph McVey and Daniel T. Hagans,
Music- John P. Bissinger, chairman; Ventorino Francesconi, William Bell, Bernard Tracy and Matthew P. Johnson.
District organization- Michael J. Powell, chairman; Dominick Josephs, Ralph Comilli, Herbert McAdams, William Noonan, Edward Huston, Harry Daly and William Kistner.
Transportation - Mayor Emerson Jackson, of Gloucester, chairman; Lewis C. Parker, George Cohen, John Bennett, Horace L. Brewer and Sabba Verdiglione.
Printing- Charles J. Clark, chairman; Raymond Saltzman, Jack Goldstein, Walter Kelly and William M. Williams.
Publicity- Edward C. Bowe, Herbert Beattie, Patrick Whalen, Alfred R. White and Luke Bates.
Mrs. Emma E. Hyland, state committeewoman, and Miss Marie V. Kelley, vice- chairman of the county committee, will head a women's reception committee to be chosen later.
The committees will meet again Monday night to complete arrangements. .
|Camden Courier-Post - October 17, 1936|
Mourns Vote for Smith From Sickbed
Former City Clerk, Ill In Hospital, Sees F. R. Re-elected
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