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Third Story Window
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A three story building on Grant Avenue in Chinatown had one, top floor window almost totally open. Behind that ajar window clothing hung on hangers. The purpose was to use fresh air from the city of San Francisco to help dry the clothes. Fortunately the morning was warm.


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An Ajar Window
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While walking up the Eugenia Stairs, this window was discovered as ajar. Probably ajar to help air out the home with a fresh breeze.


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