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British Bought for the Future

November 13, 1994

Your article on Merrick Baker-Bates ("A Busy Briton, Indeed," Oct. 30) might have indicated that the British consul general lives in not just a 1920s-era Hancock Park home but in a Wallace Neff original that was bought years ago by a foresighted British government. Neff, known as the architect to Hollywood stars, produced an house that is the jewel of the neighborhood and has an enduring quality immediately apparent.

WALTER P. COOMBS, Pomona

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