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Florida Hurricanes Slide Sequence

Florida Hurricanes Slide Sequence

 
 
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Event: Florida Hurricanes Slide Sequence

Subject Description: Florida hurricanes slide sequence for HUD PowerPoint: Secretary Alphonso Jackson with Florida Governor Jeb Bush and other officials in Lehigh Acres, Florida, presenting the house keys to the first family in the area moving into a HUD-owned home in the wake of Hurricane Charley. Relocating temporarily were Robert and Valerie Hamilton and their four children--a family whose apartment in the Punta Gorda Housing Authority was severely damaged by the storm.

Creator: David Valdez--HUD
207-DP-8922K - Florida Hurricanes Slide Sequence

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28/08/2004
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