Letters, mss. of writings, reports, notes, scrapbooks and clippings of Adolphus E. Graupner and his wife, Annabel Elise (Wenzelburger)
Graupner, relating to his law career and other activities involving the American Legion and the Republican party, and to her
involvement in the Republican party and numerous civic and charitable organizations. A few reports by A. Wenzelburger re Spring
Valley Water Company also included.
Adolphus Earhart Graupner was born in Iowa in 1875. He was graduated from the University of California in 1897 and began his
law career in San Francisco the same year, ultimately becoming assistant district attorney and Superior Court judge. He was
an active member of the American Legion and served as chairman of its rehabilitation committee, 12th district. Judge Graupner
died in 1947. His wife, Annabel Elise (Wenzelburger) Graupner, was graduated from the University of California in 1902. She
worked with numerous civic and charitable organizations including the California Alumni Association, California Civic League
and the American Association for Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality. Both she and her husband were active in the Republican
Number of containers: 3 boxes, 7 cartons, 3 volumes, 2 oversize folders
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