• Tags: Festive Culture

Advertisements from the Dubuque National-Demokrat: the top-most one for costume rental; the middle one for a masquerade ball sponsored by the "Harmonie Damen-Verein" (Harmony Ladies' Club); the bottom one for a masquerade ball sponsored by the…

Three advertisements concerning Mardi Gras activities in Dubuque: 1) a masquerade ball in the German City Theater (Deutsches Stadttheater) with prize competition for the best costume; a ball in City Hall sponsored by the German Aid Society; a…

While it is uncertain who organized this masquerade ball--either the proprietor of Ham's Hall or another group that rented the hall--they are clearly proud of the prize money that they have set aside for the best costumes.

Ad placed by the Des Moines Turners in the Iowa Staats-Anzeiger, with announcements a Mardi Gras masquerade ball as well as for two plays performed in the Turner Hall: "Die Eifersüchtigen" (The Jealous) by Roderich Benedix; "List und Phlegma"…

The Turners regularly hosted masquerade balls for Mardi Gras in the late 19th century.

Eiboeck reviews both German and English newspapers in the state regarding matters of interest to "liberal" German voters. Some German papers have endorsed the Anti-Monopoly party ticket, while others advise rejecting the party, which refused to…

Eiboeck devotes his second 'English Department" to a discussion of relations among American ethnicities and a
description of the "grandest event of the season in Des Moines," the Masquerade Ball held in the Turner Hall.

Announcement of upcoming events in the Des Moines Turner Hall: a Mardi Gras Maskenball and performances of "The First Lunch" by Karl Görlitz and "The Promise Made behind the Stove" by Alexander Baumann
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