Friday, December 21st 1888: Russ Hall is filled with the heavenly songs of Kindergarten students following the last day of school before the Christmas break. Read more here and here. Support Lost Eureka by purchasing some authentic replicas at our Ink People page here.
Friday April 5th 1889: The excessive promotion of the Cornet Band Concert & Social causes most to stay home and play their stringed instruments. Read more here, here, and here. See more here.
Monday March 4th 1889: Following his three weeks of work in solitude, Mr. Hutchins inaugurates his plan to incite more music and dance beginning in the fertile grounds of the Ball. Read more here, here, here, here, and here.
Friday March 1st 1889: With no quarter to spare he sits outside the church window, his soul illuminated, though he sits in the dark. Read more here.
Saturday February 16th 1889: The Captain has found that the steamer responds to the sounds of a waltz like no other music. A string quartet is engaged for all future journeys. Read more here.
Tuesday February 5th 1889: At the Pavilion every musician in Eureka conspire to inspire the souls of their fellow citizens toward the improvement of the rhythmic and harmonious completion of every day’s works. Read more here and here.
Monday May 6th 1889: He bought it for her, but she never played it. He hopes the selling of it will buy him some nepenthean cure. Read more here.