Alexander Marshall HAAS

Male 1873 - 1934


 

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Haas-Bostick Wedding



28 June 1896 New Orleans Times Picayune

 

The church of the Immaculate Conception on Wednesday afternoon, June 17, was filled with a large and interested assemblage of friends and relatives to witness the marriage of Miss Helen Henrietta Bostick to Dr. Marshall Haas, which was celebrated by Father Gaffney, assisted by Father Kleine, Father Davis and Rev. Father O’Connor, who pronounced the benediction in a most impressive manner. At the appointed hour, 5:30 o’clock, the wedding march from “Tannhauser” was played, and the ushers, Messrs. Rufus Foster, Frank Walshe, August Rice, Emile Rainold, Adrian Altkens and Ed. Lamberton, led the way, followed by the groomsmen, Dr. Edward Reynaud, Dr. Marcon, Mr. J.W. Gaines and Mrs. Charlie Haas, who acted as best man. The bridesmaids, Misses Golda Maes, Lizzie Walshe, Alice Haas, and maid of honor, Miss Emma Bostick, entered next, walking in a single file, and then the bride, who was accompanied by her brother, Mr. Wallace Bostick, to the altar, where the groom awaited her. The bridesmaids were prettily gowned in whit organdy over white satin, and carried bouquets of pink roses. The bride looked very pretty in a handsome and becoming gown of white satin trimmed with filmy lace and sprays of orange blossoms. A spray of the same typical flowers caught the long veil of illusion to the pretty hair. After the ceremony a small reception was held at the home of the bride’s mother, at which the relatives, the bridal party and a few intimate friends were present.


Owner/SourceNew Orleans Times-Picayune
Date28 Jun 1896
Linked toHelen Henrietta "Nettie" BOSTICK; Alexander Marshall HAAS

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