Wedding Wednesday: Leonard L. Broida and Anita M. Meyer

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Leonard L. BROIDA and Anita Mae MEYER- Wedding Announcement, part 1, via 12 February 1926 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 67, No. 14, Page 18, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.

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Leonard L. BROIDA and Anita Mae MEYER- Wedding Announcement, part 1, via 12 February 1926 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 67, No. 14, Page 18-19, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.

Broida Family (Click for Family Tree)

Weddings are a wonderful start for a new family, and can be quite the social event, especially in days gone by. The parties start before♥♥♥

Party for Anita (Meyer) Broida after her marriage. The Jewish Criterion, 5 March 1926, Vol. 67, No. 17, Page 34, via Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project, with their kind permission.
Party for Anita (Meyer) Broida before her marriage. The Jewish Criterion, 5 March 1926, Vol. 67, No. 17, Page 34, via Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project, with their kind permission.

♥♥♥ and a spectacular honeymoon is sometimes in the plans after the special ceremony.

Leonard L. BROIDA and Anita Mae MEYER- Return from Wedding Trip, via 07 May 1926 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 67, No. 26, Page 52, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.
Leonard L. BROIDA and Anita Mae MEYER- Return from Wedding Trip, via 07 May 1926 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 67, No. 26, Page 52, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.

Of course, setting up housekeeping is the next order of the marriage business♥♥♥

Leonard and Anita (Meyer) Broida at home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. via 25 June 1926 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 68, No. 7, Page 36, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.
Leonard and Anita (Meyer) Broida at home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. via 25 June 1926 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 68, No. 7, Page 36, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.

And then comes the all-consuming but totally wonderful part of a marriage♥♥♥

Robert Ira Broida born to Leonard L. Broida and Anita (Meyer) Broida; via 30 Aug 1929 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 74, No. 17, Page 16, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.
Robert Ira Broida born to Leonard L. Broida and Anita (Meyer) Broida; via 30 Aug 1929 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 74, No. 17, Page 16, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.
Edwin M. Broida born to Leonard L. Broida and Anita (Meyer) Broida; via 27 October 1933 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 82, No. 25, Page 17, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.
Edwin M. Broida born to Leonard L. Broida and Anita (Meyer) Broida; via 27 October 1933 Jewish Criterion, Vol. 82, No. 25, Page 17, posted with kind permission of Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project.

Leonard and Anita were married almost 52 years- what a lovely legacy to the Broida family!

PS- If anyone out there has some wedding pictures of Anita and Leonard, we would love to share them through the blog.

 

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