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A Last(ing) Impression

July 30, 2000

As someone who worked as a researcher and apprentice film editor at the Eames Office of Charles and Ray Eames, I greatly enjoyed reading "The Eames Team Remembers" (SoCal Style, June 25). The Eameses' lives were a seamless whole, with work, hobbies, family and a wide network of illustrious friends and clients wending their way through the Venice office.

At lunchtime, Charles and Ray sometimes would become so enamored with the food that nothing could be eaten until it was photographed for the ever-growing photo library. Other days, we would have an impromptu picnic on the grass lawn outside, and you might find yourself squatting on the ground next to the prime minister of Japan and the head of IBM.

Linda Buzzell

Beverly Hills

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