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.
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Friday January 25th 1889: George Washington, Betsy Ross, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin step through time into Russ Hall for some reflections upon America.
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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.
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