Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1861

A: Neafie & Levy Shipyard on Beach Street. The Kensington district--where Sam Eakins lived--is immediately inland. B: The Navy Yard. C: 1325 Pine Street, residence of the Villerois during the war. D: 921 Shippen (later Bainbridge) Street, residence of the Villerois following the war; also the address of the Institute for Colored Youth. E: Office of William L. Hirst. F: 754 South 3rd Street (residence of Samuel Eakins in May 1862.

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