This collection comprises papers, documents and photographs, from Wolfsheimer-Stutz's birth in 1938 to her death in 2014.
Box 1 contains photos and scrapbooks from schools that she attended, correspondence, class notes, newspaper clippings, her
writings, awards and family genealogy. Box 2 contains souvenirs, playbills and memorabilia from her high school and college
days and her time in New York City, plus the book that she wrote.
Abbe Salomon was born in Chicago to Irving and Cecile Salomon in 1938. After World War II, she moved with her family to Rancho
Lilac (Lilac Ranch) in Valley Center, California where she attended schools in Escondido. She completed her secondary education
at Miss Hewitt’s Classes in New York City and then attended Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. She met her future husband,
Louis Wolfsheimer on the East Coast and they moved to San Diego, where he became an attorney. The couple had two children
and later divorced. Wolfsheimer Stutz attended California Western School of Law, became a law professor and was very active
in community affairs. She served on many civic boards and was active in performing arts production and the Jewish community.
She was elected to the San Diego City Council where she served from 1985-1993. An active environmentalist, she was instrumental
in establishing the San Dieguito River Park in 1989. She served as an Assistant City Attorney and in 1997 married Deputy District
Attorney, David Stutz. Wolfsheimer Stutz was a world traveler and author. She died in 2014.
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