The German dance at Slocum’s Hall on Tuesday night, was all that its projectors hoped for — a perfect success socially, numerically and financially. The German singing club, connected with the [Turnverein] society, sang some of their best songs, and the Turners went through several evolutions in gymnastics all of which added very much to the pleasure of the entertainment. Dancing was kept up until daylight Wednesday morning. — From the Idaho Statesman, March 28, 1870. Dates listed are approximate.

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