Housing loans lead to new communities
"Rayburn Hills is a modest little community of about 150 low-income families and their homes averaged less than $10,000. It is the creation of the rural credit service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture in cooperation with one of the Nation's largest corporations. This is the story of that creation. In July of 1968, U.S. Plywood Champion Papers Inc. purchased a 200,000-acre timber stand in Polk County, Tex."
Dugan, R.F.; Hoffard, A.
U.S. Department of Agriculture. 1971 Yearbook of Agriculture. p. 79-82
U.S. Department of Agriculture
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