Temecula Valley Historical Society meeting focuses on handwriting to determine personalities

The Temecula Valley Historical Society presents a lecture on the relationship between handwriting and personality traits at the Little Temecula History Center May 22. This knowledge is useful for those studying family history; for example, the Shafer family picnic seen here. Courtesy photo
The Temecula Valley Historical Society presents a lecture on the relationship between handwriting and personality traits at the Little Temecula History Center May 22. This knowledge is useful for those studying family history; for example, the Shafer family picnic seen here. Courtesy photo

TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Historical Society will present a unique program 6 p.m. Monday, May 22, for people who are interested in knowing about the personality traits of their ancestors based on looking at handwriting samples.

Paula Sassi, a certified master graphologist, will present principles of handwriting analysis in her program “What Was Great-Grandpa Really Like?” She will be teaching observation tools that people can use to learn about their ancestors’ personalities. A San Diego native, Sassi has appeared on national TV and radio discussing handwriting.

The public is invited to attend this program free of charge at the Little Temecula History Center at the corner of Redhawk Parkway and Wolf Store Road. Refreshments will be available at 5:30 p.m. followed by a brief introduction to four high school seniors receiving history scholarships from the society.

Any questions may be directed to Rebecca Farnbach at (951) 775-6057.

The Little Temecula History Center explores handwriting samples in an upcoming Temecula Valley Historical Society meeting May 22 with certified master graphologist Paula Sassi speaking. Courtesy photo
The Little Temecula History Center explores handwriting samples in an upcoming Temecula Valley Historical Society meeting May 22 with certified master graphologist Paula Sassi speaking. Courtesy photo

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