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.
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 January 25th 1889: George Washington, Betsy Ross, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin step through time into Russ Hall for some reflections upon America. Read more here, here, and here. See more here.
Tuesday January 8th 1889: An evening of dance leads the attendants at Russ Hall to bliss and transcendence as the evening culminates in the weaving of the mazy waltz. Read more here and here.