Germania Verein, San Jose, California, The King Conservatory Of Music

The King Conservatory Of Music

In 1895, the King Conservatory of Music, one of the first music schools in the city of San Jose, California, was established.

Sketch of the house the King Conservatory of Music appeared in 1896.

Over the years the school hosted various students, and sustained damage during the Earthquake of 1906.

Author’s Note:

The California Room of the Martin Luther King Library of San Jose has a catalogue of the 1906 class of the King Conservatory of Music.

Barbara Pierce Bush, Germania Verein, The German Revolutions of 1848 and 1849, Uncategorized

Germania Verein: The Oldest Private Club Of Santa Clara

The Germania Verein was first formed in 1865, after Germans who had fled their home country during the revolutions of 1848 and 1849, settled in the valley.

April, one of the historians of the Germania Verein, is writing a history of the German people of Santa Clara County, akin to comprehensive books already written about the Chinese and the Japense who have lived in the county. The club has a private library of German books accessible to members.

In present day, the Germania Verein serves various social functions at their Germania Hall, and other locations.

One may find more information on the German Revolution of 1848 at the German Heritage Site:

http://www.germanheritage.com/essays/1848/the_revolutions_of_1848.html