Exiles in Southern California
Lion Feuchtwanger (1884-1958) & Marta Feuchtwanger (1891-1987)
the first few years in Southern California, the Feuchtwangers lived
at 5 different addresses before they found the home they wanted
to purchase. When they first moved to Southern California, the Feuchtwangers
rented the home of their friend, Eva Herrmann, at 2088 Mandeville
Canyon Road in Brentwood, while she was out of town. After Eva Herrmann
returned, the Feuchtwangers rented a house for six months at
Drive in Pacific Palisades (1941)--the house shown here--which
they learned about from their friend Liesl
Frank (wife of Bruno Frank).
had to move again, finding a home at 1744 Mandeville Canyon Road.
Their next house was at 13827 Sunset Blvd. They were evicted after
a brief stay which required them to relocate again--this time to
689 Amalfi Dr. Finally in November 1943, they purchased Villa Aurora
at 520 Paseo Miramar.
Feuchtwanger's years in Southern California: 1941-1958.
Marta Feuchtwanger's years in Southern California: 1941-1987.
Marta Feuchtwanger. An Emigre Life: Munich, Berlin, Sanary,
Pacific Palisades. Interviewed by Lawrence M. Weschler. Los
Angeles: University of California, Los Angeles, 1976.
more information contact the Feuchtwanger