Sylvia Torres recounts her Habitat experience.
Mrs. Torres looks through the orignal documentation of her mortgage with Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio, originally the San Antonio Fund for Humanity.
Mr. Torres looks through old family photos.
A copy of the original agreement between HFHSA and the Torres families, bears the signature of the orginaztions co-founder, Faith Lytle.
Mr. and Mrs. Torres reminisce with their youngest son, Rene, who was born after the family moved into their Habitat home.
A collection of family mementos.
Rene Torres talks about an old newspaper clipping that shows the three-room shack his parents moved from when their Habitat home was complete.
The original hand-written payment schedule for the Torres home.
Mr. and Mrs. Torres pose in front of their home in July 2011.
Mr. and Mrs. Torres stand where the orginal front wall of their Habiat home once was. A retired painter, Mr. Torres has made several changes to his home over the years.
A newspaper shows Mr. Torres in front of his home shortly afer it was built.
A newspaper clipping shows the shack on San Antonio's Chiuaua St. that the family of six lived in prior to moving into their HFHSA home.
This newspaper photos was taken around Habitat for Humanity's 20th Anniversary.