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Santa Monica Public Library Image Archives PPHS3077 Digital object 0782 img0067 Pacific Palisades Historical Society Collection Villa Aurora was originally a Los Angeles Times demonstration house built in 1928. Purchased by German novelist Lion Feuchtwanger during World War II, the house became a meeting place for notable German expatriates including Bertolt Brecht and Thomas Mann.