Without passion there might be no errors, but without passion there would certainly be no history.
C. V. Wedgwood

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Class Reunion: 1895


In 1895, shortly after the relocation of the schoolhouse, there was a reunion of the class of 1842.



 The Berliner Journal, dated September 26, 1895 poignantly commented: “after those present, on hearing the various speeches felt themselves transported back to the past, the school was closed at four o’clock and the pupils were gathered together in front of the school and photographed as a group. On their return into the school, they found it had been transformed into a dining room with heavily laden tables, which the old-timers thoroughly enjoyed. After everyone had chatted cordially for awhile longer, the gathering broke up. The company will not meet again in complete numbers, nor in such a way.”

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