“Richard Allen Homes, named after the founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, is a housing project in lower North Philadelphia that was funded by the U.S. Housing Authority under the Housing Act of 1937.” (“The USHA reported directly to Secretary of Interior Harold L. Ickes, who had supervised the PWA. This meant that the new housing program was administered under the same general policies as the old PWA program.”)
Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on January 28, 2017.
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How can I apply for the appartments and if you have a 1 room or a studio im very interest I dont have income waiting for a hearing for Social Security disability please send me information I really need an apartment hope that you could help me thank you very much
You need to contact these homes directly. We only map them as part of a project on the New Deal.