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Mary Margaret Murphy SL hugs Margarita, a resident at Villa Maria, El Paso. Founded by members of the Sisters of Loretto, Villa Maria is a non-profit residence for homeless women transitioning from crisis to self-sufficiency while living in a safe, supportive home.

Uploaded on 04.06.2017 by El Paso Museum of History

Central / Chihuahuita, (2010 - 2019), Family and Friends

  • Villa Maria

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Villa Maria - 2016

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