March 11, 2015 Slideshows

Tree Planting to Honor Marian Brown 

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The City, for its annual Arbor Day, planted a California cedar tree in honor of Marian Brown. The tree was planted in a grove aside a tree planted two years ago for her twin sister, Vivian. Vivian Brown died in 2013 at the age of 85 and her identical sister, born eight minutes after her died in late 2014. They were known for their friendly demeanor and often seen strolling around the streets of San Francisco in matching outfits. Now, they will symbolically be together again.
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