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Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,  [for touring,  participation in ribbon-cutting ceremony for--and walk-through of--Philadelphia Housing Authority's newest development,  Warnock Village.  Joining Secretary Donovan at Warnock Village were Pennsylvania Senators Arlen Specter and Bob Casey, Jr.,  Pennsylvania Congressman Bob Brady, Philadelphia Mayor MIchael Nutter,  and Philadelphia Housing Authority Executive Director Carl Greene,  among other dignitaries.]

Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, [for touring, participation in ribbon-cutting ceremony for--and walk-through of--Philadelphia Housing Authority's newest development, Warnock Village. Joining Secretary Donovan at Warnock Village were Pennsylvania Senators Arlen Specter and Bob Casey, Jr., Pennsylvania Congressman Bob Brady, Philadelphia Mayor MIchael Nutter, and Philadelphia Housing Authority Executive Director Carl Greene, among other dignitaries.]

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Photo Creation Date: 11/24/2009
Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, [for touring, participation in ribbon-cutting ceremony for--and walk-through of--Philadelphia Housing Authority's newest development, Warnock Village. Joining Secretary Donovan at Warnock Village were Pennsylvania Senators Arlen Specter and Bob Casey, Jr., Pennsylvania Congressman Bob Brady, Philadelphia Mayor MIchael Nutter, and Philadelphia Housing Authority Executive Director Carl Greene, among other dignitaries.]

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