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File:President cleveland wedding.png

Drawing of President Grover Cleveland's and Frances Folsom's wedding, 2 June 1886, in the Executive Mansion (White House), Washington, D.C..

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This is cropped from a drawing by T. de Thulstrup that appeared in Harper's Weekly June 12, 1886. The original caption reads "The President's Wedding - drawn by T. de Thulstrup".

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