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Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to Los Angeles,  California,  for touring with Congresswoman Maxine Waters,  events with city officials, and meeting with former Los Angeles Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda at Dodger Stadium
Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to Los Angeles, California, for touring with Congresswoman Maxine Waters, events with city officials, and meeting with former Los Angeles Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda at Dodger Stadium
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Photographer: HUD Staff

Photo Creation Date: 8/14/2008 - 8/15/2008
Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to Los Angeles, California, for touring with Congresswoman Maxine Waters, events with city officials, and meeting with former Los Angeles Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda at Dodger Stadium
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