MISS COCKRELL A BRIDE; Daughter of Missouri Senator Married to Mr. Gallaudet, President Roosevelt Present at the Ceremony and the Reception--Wedding a Brilliant Affair.
Edson Fessenden Gallaudet
Washington, February 14, 1903
BRILLIANT GALLAUDET-COCKRELL WEDDING, PRESIDENT’S WIT ENLIVENS BREAKFAST
|In 1906 Teddy Roosevelt he won the Nobel Peace Prize for brokering |
a peace treaty between Russia and Japan, becoming the first
American ever to win a Nobel Prize in any category
April 21, 1871
July 1, 1945 (aged 74)
The Church of the Covenant (also known as the old National Presbyterian Church) was located on the southeast corner of Connecticut Avenue and N Street NW in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Built in 1889, the Romanesque Revival style church was designed by architect J. Cleveland Cady. The building was torn down in 1966 and replaced with 1225 Connecticut Avenue, an office building.
|Demolition of the Church of the Covenant, Washington DC. It was torn down in 1966 and replaced by an office building. Construction of the main church began in 1887 and was nearly complete when the 158-foot Ohio-sandstone tower suddenly collapsed into a heap of rubble early on the morning of August 22, 1888.|
|Her Parents Gravesite Sunset Hill, Warrensburg, MO |
|Marion Cockrell Gallaudet Powers died 1946|