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05/04/2011

NY marriages can be as areligious as the couple wishes, says 1902

by Jeremy Hooper

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And another, from the New York Times circa 1921:

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Marriage by Contract [NYT, Aug. 28, 1921]

All the way back to the late Roman Republican and early Augustan Empire? Why that sounds pretty darn traditional to us!

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