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Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , August 29, 2005 --  Hurricane Katrina damaged 184 of the 200-plus building on the historic Jackson Barracks military campus which houses the Louisiana Army National Guard headquarters. More than 75 of the buildings were so severely damaged they had to be reconstructed, rather than repaired. FEMA obligated $110 million towards rebuilding Jackson Barracks. FEMA/Manuel Broussard

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , August 29, 2005 -- Hurricane Katrina damaged 184 of the 200-plus building on the historic Jackson Barracks military campus which houses the Louisiana Army National Guard headquarters. More than 75 of the buildings were so severely damaged they had to be reconstructed, rather than repaired. FEMA obligated $110 million towards rebuilding Jackson Barracks. FEMA/Manuel Broussard

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Title: Jackson Barracks (Before)

Production Date: 08/29/2005

Caption: New Orleans, La. , August 29, 2005 -- Hurricane Katrina damaged 184 of the 200-plus building on the historic Jackson Barracks military campus which houses the Louisiana Army National Guard headquarters. More than 75 of the buildings were so severely damaged they had to be reconstructed, rather than repaired. FEMA obligated $110 million towards rebuilding Jackson Barracks. FEMA/Manuel Broussard

Photographer Name: Ralph Simcox

City/State: New Orleans, LA

Keywords: Recovery

Disasters: Louisiana Hurricane Katrina (DR-1603)

Disaster Types: Hurricane/Tropical Storm

Categories: Response
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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