The Lear-Rocheblave House interprets a middle-class family home during the late Victorian Period, 1890-1910. Once owned by Benito Rocheblave, a tug-boat captain, the house and collection pieces reflect Pensacola's connection to the Gulf. This is the fourth and final house museum of the guided public tour.
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1890s Lear-Rocheblave House
Curiousity Cabinet in Front Sitting Room
Stereoscope and Viewing Cards
Front Sitting Room
Cast iron stove in kitchen
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