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MISS THAW AND EARL WED
MARRIAGE AT PITTSBURG IS A MOST BRILLIANT AFFAIR. Church Magnificently Decorated and Lavish Display of Wealth Adds to Gorgeousness of the Ceremony--Guests Are Kept Waitting for ThreeQuarters of an Hour for Some Unexplained Reason--Oldest Brother and Head of Bride'a Family Absent. Brother Gives Bride Away. Mysterious Delay Unexplained. Head of Family Not Present. Attachment Served on Earl.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Apr 28, 1903
Start Page: 3
Pages: 1
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[Special.]--Amid a lavish display of wealth and with the solemnity of the ritual of the Protestant Episcopal church, the marriage of George Francis Alexander Seymour, the earl of Yarmouth, of England and Alice Cornelia Thaw of Pitts-...

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