Farrell Hamann is snug and happy in the Sacramento apartment he shares with wife Linda Wilberger Hamann – and plaster castles, spherical mosiacs, lots of other artwork, a pug and two cats.
Farrell Hamann is snug and happy in the Sacramento apartment he shares with wife Linda Wilberger Hamann – and plaster castles, spherical mosiacs, lots of other artwork, a pug and two cats. lsterling@ sacbee.com
Farrell Hamann is snug and happy in the Sacramento apartment he shares with wife Linda Wilberger Hamann – and plaster castles, spherical mosiacs, lots of other artwork, a pug and two cats. lsterling@ sacbee.com

At home with Farrell Hamann: Apartment is his kingdom

July 10, 2010 12:00 AM

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