p. 115. His children, the successors to the business, changed the business name to Campbell Soup Company in 1921, and introduced condensed … Campbell was born on May 15, 1817 in Bridgeton, New Jersey. In 1869, fruit merchant Joseph Campbell, who made his mark selling soup from a horse-drawn wagon, teamed up with icebox manufacturer Abraham Anderson to start the Joseph A. Campbell Preserve Company in Camden, New Jersey, to produce canned tomatoes, vegetables, jellies, soups, condiments, and mincemeat. Encyclopedia of New Jersey. "Joseph Campbell". The Campbell's Soup Company was begun when Joseph Campbell, a fruit merchant, and Abram Anderson, an icebox manufacturer, ... Arthur Dorance and Joseph Campbell then formed a new company called the Joseph Campbell Preserve Company. This company would eventually become the Campbell Soup Company after his death in 1900. ... ^ Maxine N. Lurie and Marc Mappen (ed.). Mar 8, 2014 - Joseph A. Campbell - Businessman. This company would eventually become the Campbell Soup Company after his death in 1900. Mar 27, 2016 - Joseph A. Campbell - Businessman. His children, the successors to the business, changed the business name to Campbell Soup Company in 1921, and introduced condensed soup in 1922. Bracer is a Trademark by Joseph Campbell Preserve Company, this trademark has a nationality of New Jersey in the United States The name was changed again in 1891, to Joseph Campbell Preserve Company. Joseph Albert Campbell (May 15, 1817 – March 27, 1900) was the founder of Campbell's Soup in 1869 when he partnered with Abraham Anderson. He and Abraham Anderson, an ice box manufacturer, formed Joseph Campbell Preserve Company, in Camden, New Jersey. A fruit merchant, in 1869, he co-founded the Joseph Campbell Preserve Company, in Camden, New Jersey. The senior Campbell maintained daily involvement in the company until his death in 1900. Campbell’s soups are named after company founder Joseph Campbell. In 1896 the company built a large factory in Camden and expanded its product line to include prepared meats, sauces, canned fruits, ketchup, and plum pudding. He died on March 27, 1900 in Riverton, New Jersey. Campbell Preserve Company (incorporated 1901). Biography. AP File PhotoA row of Campbell's soup. On Nov. 23, 1922, a canning company in Camden gave itself a new middle name, figuring its future was in soup. In 1876 Anderson left the partnership, and Campbell joined with Arthur Dorrance to form a new firm, which in 1891 was named the Jos. In 1869 Joseph Campbell (died 1900), a fruit merchant, and Abram Anderson, an icebox manufacturer, formed a partnership in Camden to can tomatoes, vegetables, preserves, and other products. In 1869 he founded the company that would become Campbell's Soup. The Joseph Campbell Foundation was incorporated in 1990 to... 1.