Jim Reid poses in front of the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.

America's Smallest House

Jim Reid , a former contractor, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.

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Jim Reid poses in front of the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
01-2150-0093
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Jim Reid poses in front of the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
02-2150-0105
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Jim Reid poses in front of the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
03-2150-0075
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Jim Reid sweeps the street in front of the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
August 14, 2003
Filename:
04-2150-0561
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Jim Reid sweeps the street in front of the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
05-2150-0006
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Jim Reid (second from left) with three homeless people in front of the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
August 14, 2003
Filename:
06-2150-0543
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Jim Reid inside the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
07-2150-0214
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Jim Reid inside the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
08-2150-0182
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Jim Reid inside the house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
09-2150-0163
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Jim Reid (R) shows to homeless Scott Houston the inside of  the tiny house he built and claims to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
August 14, 2003
Filename:
10-2150-0582
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Homeless Scott Houston inside  Jim Reid's tiny house that is claimed to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
August 14, 2003
Filename:
11-2150-0829
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Homeless Dale Lorinc  inside  Jim Reid's tiny house that is claimed to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
August 14, 2003
Filename:
12-2150-0512
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Homeless Robert Kendall  inside  Jim Reid's tiny house that is claimed to be the smallest house in America. Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
August 14, 2003
Filename:
13-2150-0703
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Jim Reid campaigning in front of San Francisco's mayor office. Jim  Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 27, 2003
Filename:
14-2150-0317
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Jim Reid campaining in front of San Francisco's mayor office. Jim  Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 27, 2003
Filename:
15-2150-0333
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Jim Reid (L) in front of his campain office in San Francisco with a homeless person . Jim  Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 27, 2003
Filename:
16-2150-0731
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Jim Reid looking at the fenced 500-acre Hunters Point Shipyard abandoned by the US Navy.  Jim  Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood. Spots for these houses could easily be found in some of the large areas abandoned by the US military.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
17-2150-0278
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Jim Reid visiting homeless people in San Francisco.  More than 1.2% of San Francisco's population is homeless and Jim  Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 8, 2003
Filename:
18-2150-0256
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Jim Reid in his tiny Sparrow electric car. Jim  Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
May 27, 2003
Filename:
19-2150-0347
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Jim Reid, a former contractor and candidate for San Francisco Mayor in 2003, believes that he has the answer to the homeless problem: build very tiny houses similar to the one he put together and give them to homeless people in exchange for volunteer work in the neighborhood.
Title:
America's Smallest House
Date:
August 14, 2003
Filename:
20-2150-0800
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