Guggenheim Seeks to Annul Daughter’s Marriage
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Guggenheim Seeks to Annul Daughter’s Marriage

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Action to annul the marriage of Natalie Price Guggenheim, to Thomas M. Gorman, Long Island real setate operator, a Catholic, was started in Westchester County Court on behalf of Edward A. Guggenheim, father of the bride. The couple were married secretly on April 6. The marriage became known a week later after Gorman returned to his home and Natalie to the home of her parents.

Opposition to the marriage of their daughter to Thomas Gorman, son of a Long Island railway station master, who is a Catholic, was expressed immediately by the Guggenheims, who departed for Europe, taking with them their daughter Natalie.

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