CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY
DANIEL AULETTO'S TAPROOM
520 South 2nd Street
Southeast Corner of South 2nd and Clinton Streets
Daniel Auletto served as a Republican Freeholder from Camden in the early 1930s. He was a political ally of David Baird Jr. He had been born in Pennsylvania in 1897, and was a veteran of World War I. By 1930 he had married, and was living with wife Anna and sons Joseph, Daniel, and Louis at 205 Royden Street at the time of the 1930 Census. he was then operating a retail candy store.
Daniel Auletto operated a taproom on South 2nd Street in the mid 1930s. When political power shifted to the Democrat Party in Camden in the mid-1930s, his political fortunes changed, and with that came problems in getting his liquor license renewed. The bar does not appear in the 1940 Camden City Directory.
By 1947 the bar was definitely gone, as the premises were occupied by Latham Ballance, who operated a restaurant, the Ballance Lunch Room, at that address. Daniel Auletto and his wife were still living at 205 Royden Street in that year.
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