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When Was the Wolf Store Built?
Anne J. Miller, Ph.D.

     Over the years, there have been questions about when the Wolf Store was actually built. The plaque on the Wolf Store dated 1 October 1950 states "Treaty of Temecula Signed here on 5 Jan 1852" and "Later a Butterfield Stage Stop." Research has proven that both of these 1950s statements are false. The Wolf Store building was built years after those events; in the 1860s. The builder was most likely Julius Szubinski.

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