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Rutherford B. Hayes and his wife on their wedding day, Dec. 30, 1852

General Tom Thumb's grand wedding march, composed by E. Mack. Respectfully dedicated to General Tom Thumb & lady / T. (?) Sinclair lith., Phila.

Tadzhikskie svadebnye obriady. Pereiezd neviesty iz roditel'skago doma k zhenikhu

Chippewa wedding

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Hodavindiguar (Hüdavendigar), Ottoman Empire]

Memories of the past

The President's wedding / [drawn] by T. de Thulstrup.

(Lew) (Lou) (L.N.) Beager and wife's wedding, north of West Union, near Cummings Park, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Group dressed for wedding(?) ceremony posed outdoors] / Perry, Allegheny, Pa.

Parsee wedding, India

J.D. Troyer, west of Callaway, Nebraska taken on the occasion of a family gathering following the wedding of Troyer's son.

Wedding photograph of Estella Stilgebouer and Soloman H. Stilgebouer

[Wedding picture, man seated and woman holding flowers and standing]

Sealing their bliss

The wedding march

[Woman in white drapery with wedding ring and leopard skin, seated]

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin hunter with his falcon

Bedouin wedding series. Bride's-maids.

Bedouin wedding series. Woman dancing with sword

Bedouin wedding series. Scene on a Bedouin threshing floor

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin family, moving

Bedouin wedding series. The bride

Bedouin wedding series. Playing "cat and mouse"

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin mother and baby

Costumes, characters, etc. Warrior of Kirjath-Jearim at the wedding

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin family, ready to raise their tent

Bedouin wedding series. Strangers in guest chamber of Bedouin tent

Bedouin wedding series. Typical scene in guest chamber at night

Bedouin wedding series. Jumping competition

Bedouin wedding series. Women's apartment in the Bedouin tent

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin woman with water jar

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin saluting

The bride's arrival before the home of the bridegroom - a wedding, Ramallah, Palestine

[Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin girls]

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin tent made of papyrus

The City dressed for her wedding with winter

Bedouin wedding series. Women's apartment in the Bedouin tent

Harris Theater Marque[e]: "Wedding Bells"

Caruso wedding

Bedouin wedding series. Sword dance

Bedouin wedding series. Bride's-maids on camel covered with 'Aba'

Bedouin wedding series. Shooting competition

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin family

The bridegroom and master of ceremonies - a wedding at Ramallah, Palestine

Bedouin wedding series. Preparing to make a tent of papyrus

Egyptian characters, etc. Camels used for carrying bridal party to wedding

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin family

The well ceremony - signifying that the wife shall serve the husband - a wedding, Ramallah, Palestine

The sword ceremony - signifying the husband's authority - a wedding, Ramallah, Palestine

Bedouin wedding series. Sword dance

Bedouin wedding series. Bride's-maids.

Bedouin wedding series. Playing ball

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin woman weaving papyrus mats

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin saluting

Caruso wedding

Costumes, characters, etc. Sword dance at a wedding

The wedding march

Costumes, characters, etc. Peasant wedding

The bridegroom riding to the home of the bride, Ramallah, Palestine

Princess Patricia's Wedding

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin girls

Bedouin wedding series. The bridegroom

Bedouin wedding series. Girls kneading dough

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin preparing the fatted kid for guests

Bedouin wedding series. Women's apartment in the Bedouin tent

Miss Ceceilia Fox in wedding dress (?) with bouquet. Lallie Charles, Photo. / Lallie Charles

The fainting bride

[Wedding decorations at Hotel Cadillac, Detroit, Mich.]

Costumes, characters, etc. Crowds at wedding watching races

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin girls

J.W. Lawrence Jr. & bride & wedding party

Caruso Wedding Party

Bedouin wedding series. Bride's-maids on camel

[Woman in wedding dress holding flowers]

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin boy tending flock

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin tent

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin women laden with papyrus

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin youth mounted

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin Amazon

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin children

Dancers rejoicing before the bridegroom - a wedding at Ramallah, Palestine

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin woman weaving tent of goats' hair

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin hunter with his falcon

Bedouin wedding series. Mounted Bedouin warriors racing

The wedding march

A wedding at Ramah, Palestine

The wedding march

"With this ring I thee wed"

A wedding procession of Samaria. The bridegroom going to the wedding

A wedding procession of Judea, Palestine

Costumes, characters, etc. Decorating the wedding camel

A bridegroom going to his wedding - at the South Gate - Seoul, Korea

Costumes, characters, etc. Singing women on camel at the wedding

Cupid's triumph

White House, East Room decorated, Wilson wedding

Alice (Roosevelt) Longworth, 1884-1980

Decorating daintily for the wedding

The wedding march

Bride's mother and bridesmaid adorning the bride for the wedding

The wedding

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