Traveling suit worn by Louise Whitfield on April 1887 during the evening of her quiet wedding to Mr. Andrew Carnegie of New York while aboard the steamship Fulda on her way to European honeymoon. Costume Institute at The Met.
For her honeymoon aboard the steamship "Fuida", Louise Whitfield (Mrs. Andrew Carnegie) had chosen to wear a gray wool traveling suit -- which had doubled as her wedding gown in the hours before the cruise.
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