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Photo Essay: Wedding for Granddaughter of Hagaon HaRav Dovid Soloveitchik, Rosh Yeshivas Brisk (Photos By JDN)

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  1. Back in the day, like forty years ago, chassanim wore ties. Did someone assur ties, or otherwise looking like a ben Torah at their own chassuna?

  2. to arizona:

    40 years ago in Eretz Yisroel no one had money for ties; it was a sign of wealth. Today it is not since every Litvack wears one on shabbos and the rabbonim every day.

    So maybe this is a throw back to Lithuania in the old days?

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