Evan Williams' San Francisco house

Twitter co-founder Evan Williams and his wife want to demolish a house some history buffs are saying is of historical significance to make way for a new home.

Take a look inside the house, perched on a hill just south of San Francisco's famous Golden Gate Park.
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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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Evan Williams' San Francisco house

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