Going to the Chapel and We're Going to Join the Monarchy
31 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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ROYAL FAMILY NETHERLANDS Princess Juliana's Wedding coach
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ROYAL FAMILY NETHERLANDS QUEEN JULIANA THE ROYAL WEDDING AT THE HAGUE: THE BRIDE IN HER GOLDEN COACH. THE HAGUE, HOLLAND JANUARY 7, 1937 ----- PRINCESS JULIANA, HEIRESS TO THE DUTCH THRONE, WAS MARRIED TO PRINCE BERNHARD ZUR LIPPE-BIESTERFELD AT THE CHURCH OF ST. JACOB HERE TODAY. OVER A MILLION PEOPLE LINDED THE STREETS TO WATCH THE BRIDAL PROCESSION. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: A CLOSE-UP OF PRINCESS JULIANA IN THE GOLDEN COACH IN WHICH SHE RODE WITH PRINCE BERNHARD THROUGH THE THRONGED STREETS OF THE HAGUE ON THEIR WAY TO THE CHURCH OF ST. JACOB
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25605 ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO FROM NEW YORK CAUTION: USE CREDIT EUROPE'S LATEST ROYAL WEDDING SHOWN OUTSIDE THE ROYAL PALACE IN ATHENS, GREECE, JANUARY 9, AFTER THE CEREMONY ARE CROWN PRINCE PAUL OF GREECE AND HIS BRIDE, PRINCESS FREDERIKA LUISE OF BRUNSWICK, A GRANDDAUGHTER OF THE EX-KAISER OF GERMANY AND A GREAT-GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTER OF QUEEN VICTORIA OF ENGLAND. THE WEDDING WAS ATTENDED BY MEMBERS OF MANY OF EUROPE'S ROYAL FAMILIES. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO 1/19/38 OR 10:50AEST LON A B C HAVANA HARTFORD MONTREAL 70
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ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO - FROM LONDON. EGYPT WEDDING DAY PICTURE CAIRO EGYPT JANUARY 20: YOUTHFUL KING FAROUK OF EGYPT AND BEAUTIFUL 17 YEARS OLD MLLE. FARIDA ZULFICAR WERE MARRIED HERE TODAY AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH MOSLEM CUSTOM THE CEREMONY WAS NOT ATTENDED BY THE BRIDE WHO WAS SEATED IN A ROOM NEAR THE KING'S STUDY IN THE ROYAL PALACE HERE IN WHICH THE FORMALITIES WERE COMPLETED. ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTO SHOWS: KING FAROUK AND QUEEN FARIDA PHOTOGRAPHED ON THE DAY OF THEIR MARRIAGE. BEGY 177874 25138 P. ALL-EX-B.F.D.P.
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ROYAL FAMILY Iran Shah Reza Pahlavi The Shahpur Mohammed Riza, 19-year-old Crown Prince of Iran, and his bride, Princess Fawzia, 17-year-old sister of King Farouk of Egypt.
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