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Proctor Hall event honors original Cedars name, Salmond family
Cedars Unveiling
Teige Canty Chapter of the Colonial Dames 17th Century President Ann T. Alderman (left) and William Salmond unveil an historical marker at Louise C. Proctor Hall in Camden denoting its original name of The Cedars, built by Sanders’ ancestor -- and five-time Camden mayor -- Thomas Durham Salmond during a special event at the 1830s home on Saturday. (Martin L. Cahn/C-I)
Under sunny skies Saturday, a ceremony at a well-known venue in Camden’s historic residential district honored a special home and the family who originally built it. Since 1966, Camden residents and visitors have known the home at 2030 Lyttleton St. as Louise C. Proctor Hall.