Right exit

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Tiny KenLayton

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Avalon, 1920s

Avalon Theatre

Olympia, WA

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Taken on: September 4, 2011

Uploaded on: September 6, 2011

Exposure: 5/543 sec, f/2.81, ISO 64

Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix A350

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Date time: Sun Sep 04 11:49:12 -0700 2011


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Date time original: Sun Sep 04 11:10:48 -0700 2011

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Date time digitized: Sun Sep 04 11:10:48 -0700 2011

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License: C

Right exit

The right hand exit doors to the rear alley were still used when the theater was converted to retail use. They were still the original sheet metal covered fire doors. After the big fire destroyed the building, the city removed what was left of those doors and put the plywood up you see in this picture. Graffitti is a terrible problem in this area of town. This is the set of doors that are closest to “Old School Pizza” parlor next to the theater building.

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