The Ray Bradbury Windows Are Free to See in South Pas

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The Ray Bradbury stained glass windows can be seen on the west side of the South Pasadena Public Library, near the institution's stately Moreton Bay Fig Tree.
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Judson Studios created the windows, which are called "Live Forever," a reference to what a magician once told the author when he was a young boy.
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"The Halloween Tree" is seen in one of the windows, as are references to "Fahrenheit 451" and "The Illustrated Man."
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Mr. Bradbury is seen depicted in the center window, alongside a child representing the author in his youth. The stained glass in this piece? It's a reference to the nearby Fremont Centre Theatre, which has staged the author's works.
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"Dandelion Wine" and Mr. Electrico, the magician who commanded the young writer to "Live Forever," fill this window with rich hues and mysterious beauty.
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The windows are pictured here at Judson Studios. You can now find them at 1100 Oxley Street in South Pasadena, on the west side of the building.
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