On the Left: Naomi S. Hoffman was born in Baltimore
on 26 September 1855,
daughter of Charles E Hoffman and Mary E. A. Myers.
She married, Samuel H. Murphy, when both were 22 years of age on 27 August 1877
at the Homestead Episcopal Church.
They raised a family of eight in South Baltimore residing at Battery Avenue and later South Charles Street.
This image was made in the Rodney Crowther studio
between 1868 and 1869 when the business was located
at the southeast corner of Lexington and Howard Streets.
On the Right: This house is known as the Hoffman-Horn
and was located at number 23 Hoffman Street.
Many of the Hoffmans are buried in Greenmount Cemetery,
which is just around the corner from where the home was located.