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Hurricane/Tropical Storm ^ Severe Storm - San Juan, Puerto Rico, January 3, 2000 -- Registration information Billboard in San Juan (Miramar) , Puerto Rico. As part of FEMA's partnership with the Private Sector, a FEMA Billboard went live in San Juan to promote the registration process for the benefit of survivors. Eliud Echevarria/FEMA Location:

Hurricane/Tropical Storm ^ Severe Storm - San Juan, Puerto Rico, January 3, 2000 -- Registration information Billboard in San Juan (Miramar) , Puerto Rico. As part of FEMA's partnership with the Private Sector, a FEMA Billboard went live in San Juan to promote the registration process for the benefit of survivors. Eliud Echevarria/FEMA Location:

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Title: FEMA Billboards in San Juan (Miramar), Puerto Rico

Production Date: 01/03/2000

Caption: San Juan, Puerto Rico, January 3, 2000 -- Registration information Billboard in San Juan (Miramar) , Puerto Rico. As part of FEMA's partnership with the Private Sector, a FEMA Billboard went live in San Juan to promote the registration process for the benefit of survivors. Eliud Echevarria/FEMA Location:

Photographer Name: Eliud Echevarria

City/State: San Juan, PR

Disasters: Puerto Rico Hurricane Irene (DR-4017)

Disaster Types: Hurricane/Tropical Storm ^ Severe Storm

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

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03/01/2000
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