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Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program.  Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program. Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

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Photographer: David Valdez--HUD

Photo Creation Date: 3/16/2008
Faith-based housing initiatives, New Orleans, Louisiana: [Work on new home for Rachelle Taylor, carried out via the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative in partnership with Cross Roads Missions and the Reconcile New Orleans Construction Training Program. Taylor is the 100th homeowner who went through the first-time home buyer program in New Orleans.]

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