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January 1, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In this elegant old city of graceful mansions in muted tones, Bud Hall's House of Many Colors stands out like rap music at a Debussy concert. You can almost hear the hot pink, lavender and blue paint that covers Hall's nine-room Victorian home on Whitefield Square in the city's historic district. And his 9-foot tall windows look even louder, 10 of them covered with paintings of women dressed in colors of the rainbow.
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October 20, 1996
South Pasadena this month will dust off its boa and shake off its feathered headdress to celebrate the gawky, mean-spirited creatures that put the city's name on the map: ostriches. The South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce said the funny-looking, seven-foot critters focused international attention on the city when the now-defunct Cawston Ostrich Farm served as the leading provider of plumage to royalty and dancers throughout the world. And on what would have been the farm's 100th anniversary, Oct.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1996
South Pasadena this month will dust off its boa and shake off its feathered headdress to celebrate the gawky, mean-spirited creatures that put the city's name on the map: ostriches. The South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce said the funny-looking, seven-foot critters focused international attention on the city when the now-defunct Cawston Ostrich Farm served as the leading provider of plumage to royalty and dancers throughout the world. And on what would have been the farm's 100th anniversary, Oct.
NEWS
January 1, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In this elegant old city of graceful mansions in muted tones, Bud Hall's House of Many Colors stands out like rap music at a Debussy concert. You can almost hear the hot pink, lavender and blue paint that covers Hall's nine-room Victorian home on Whitefield Square in the city's historic district. And his 9-foot tall windows look even louder, 10 of them covered with paintings of women dressed in colors of the rainbow.
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