Abigail Lash ’92 has married (and made the New York Times for doing so). My favorite part:

The bride, who is a vice president and a business manager in New York with Christie’s, the auction house, wore a belle époque gown of duchesse silk satin with a full-length handmade veil of Brussels point lace. The gown was made for the wedding in 1910 of Edith Altschul Lehman, her great-grandmother, to Herbert H. Lehman, the governor of New York from 1933 to 1942 and a senator from 1949 to 1957. The bride’s mother wore it at her own wedding in 1967.

Alas, there was no picture (of the couple or the dress).

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