National Affairs: Mother-in-Law Approves

Few years have so many nationally famed bridal pairs as 1929. To the names of Anne and Augustus (Lindbergh) were added Ina and John (Gilbert), presently to be followed by Florence and John (Coolidge). Last week in anticipation of the event Mrs. Coolidge went on a little journey with her daughter-in-law-to-be—whose ivory satin princess wedding gown by Patou, cap of duchesse lace and bouquet of orchids and lilies of the valley were already matters of record. Together they visited New Haven, where John is a clerk in...

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