Press enter after choosing selection

Wedding Of Marguerite Thornton & James McArdle In An Airplane - November 25, 1946

Wedding Of Marguerite Thornton & James McArdle In An Airplane - November 25, 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 25, 1946
Caption
DEAF MUTES WED IN AIR: An all sign-language wedding 1,800 feet in the air, united Marguerite Thornton, 40, and James P. McArdle, 45, this noon. Both deaf mutes, the Detroit pair said they met when they were passengers in an airplane, and so decided to hold an airborne wedding. Left to right are Capital Airlines Hostess Carolyn Siewert, 23, of Detroit, McArdle, his bride, Detroit Police Officer Fred Ryan who served as an interpreter, and Municipal Judge John R. Labadie of Allen Park, who officiated. The plane took off from Willow Run, circled over Wayne County and returned in a half hour.

Classified_ad

Classified_ad image
Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
December
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain

Classified_ad

Classified_ad image
Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
December
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain

The Deaf Taught To Read

The Deaf Taught To Read image
Parent Issue
Day
27
Month
April
Year
1846
Copyright
Public Domain