CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1997 |
When Deborah Fein's friends or relatives visit from New York and tease her about Southern California being a cultural wasteland, with no tradition or art or architecture, she always makes sure they tour the Gamble House in Pasadena. On a recent Saturday afternoon, Fein shepherded her cousin Carol Gould, who was visiting from Manhattan, to the house. After the hourlong tour, Fein asked Gould: "Well?" "Magnificent," Gould said, shaking her head.