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Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Oak Island, Texas, November 1,2008 -- Mark Wilson, a FEMA individual assistance employee goes over paper work with a Oak Island resident who received a storage unit. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Oak Island, Texas, November 1,2008 -- Mark Wilson, a FEMA individual assistance employee goes over paper work with a Oak Island resident who received a storage unit. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

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Title: FEMA representative works with a resident in Texas

Production Date: 06/07/2007

Caption: Oak Island, Texas, November 1,2008 -- Mark Wilson, a FEMA individual assistance employee goes over paper work with a Oak Island resident who received a storage unit. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Photographer Name: Patsy Lynch

City/State: Oak Island, TX

Keywords: FEMA storage units recovery hurricane

Disasters: Texas Hurricane Ike (DR-1791)

Disaster Types: Hurricane/Tropical Storm

Categories: Community Relations ^ Recovery
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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