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Reminiscences of William Wetmore Story, American Author and Sculptor, Being Incidents and Anecdotes Chronologically Arranged Together with An Account of his Associations with Famous People and His Principal Works in Literature and Sculpture

CHICAGO AND NEW YORK: RAND, MCNALLY & COMPANY.


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XLIII.

MARRIAGE OF MR. STORY'S OLDER SON TO MISS MAUD BROADWOOD.
RECLINING "CLEOPATRA." POEM, "CLEOPATRA." STATUE, "MIRIAM."
(1883-1884.)

Those who have had the pleas are of meeting Mrs. Waldo Story can understand what true de-light the poet-artist took in the following announcements: "Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Story have the honor to announce to you the marriage of their son Waldo to Miss Maud Broadwood."

" Mr. and Mrs. T. Capel Broadwood have the honor to announce to you the marriage of their daughter Maud to Mr. Waldo Story.

" Celebrated at the American Church, St. Paul's, Rome, April 25, 1883." The publication of the sculptor's letters will reveal how truly beautiful this association became to 'him; for, indeed, he always said that this gracious lady "did everything exactly right." Mrs. Waldo Story was the granddaughter of Alfred Hennin, the distinguished jurist of New Orleans. Her father was an Englishman.

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