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Second of famed quints to marry, Cecile Dionne is shown after she became the bride of Philippe Langlois, a Montreal TV technician, at a small parish church in Corbeil, near North Bay. Cecile had a $10,000 trousseau. About 80 guests, mostly relatives of the young couple. attending the nuptial mass which was followed by a $1,000 reception. The bride drew 'ohs and 'ahs' of admiration as she walked down aisle Open in full size

Second of famed quints to marry, Cecile Dionne is shown after she became the bride of Philippe Langlois, a Montreal TV technician, at a small parish church in Corbeil, near North Bay. Cecile had a $10,000 trousseau. About 80 guests, mostly relatives of the young couple. attending the nuptial mass which was followed by a $1,000 reception. The bride drew 'ohs and 'ahs' of admiration as she walked down aisle

Picture, 1957, English

Second of famed quints to marry, Cecile Dionne is shown after she became the bride of Philippe Langlois, a Montreal TV technician, at a small parish church in Corbeil, near North Bay. Cecile had a $10,000 trousseau. About 80 guests, mostly relatives of the young couple. attending the nuptial mass which was followed by a $1,000 reception. The bride drew 'ohs and 'ahs' of admiration as she walked down aisle

Picture, 1957, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Dionne Quintuplets - 1956-1958

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0044043f