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Ruth Louise Lutze

Ruth Louise Lutze was American textbook editor, public relations executive. Recipient certified appreciation for volunteer in education, Kiwanis Club of East Boston, 1972.


  • Lutze, Ruth Louise was born on April 19, 1917 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Frederick Clemons and Louise (Rausch) Lutze.

  • Education

    • Bachelor with honors, Radcliffe College, 1938. Postgrad., Boston University, 1939.


    • Teacher Winthrop (Massachusetts) Public Schools, 1938-1939. With public relations department Boston City Club, 1939-1942. Senior projects editor District of Columbia Heath & Company, Lexington, Massachusetts, 1942-1982.

      Book reviewer, lecturer, consultant on public relations, lecturer textbook publication.


    Board directors Winthrop Improvement and History Association, since 1980. Volunteer teacher Boston Public Schools, 1967-1977. Member Winthrop Republican Town Committee, since 1970.

    Vice president 1st Lutheran Church Boston, 1986, deacon, since 1980. Member Radcliffe Club Boston.



    Volunteer work, theater, birdwatching, reading, art exhibits.


    • father: Frederick Clemons Lutze
    • mother: Louise (Rausch) Lutze
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    Born April 19, 1917
    Died August 17, 2002
    (aged 85)
    • 1938
      Radcliffe College
    • 1939
      Boston University
    • 1938 - 1939
      Teacher, Winthrop (Massachusetts) Public Schools
    • 1939 - 1942
      with public relations department Boston City Club
    • 1942 - 1982
      senior, projects editor District of Columbia Heath & Company
      Lexington, Kentucky, United States