The Wedding of Miss Alexandra Hamilton and Rudolph Schilling
SF Chronicle

The wedding of Miss Alexandra Hamilton and Rudolph Schilling, which took place yesterday, was very simple, but an extremely pretty affair. It took place at noon at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Alexander Hamilton, on Fillmore Street. The house was decorated with spring flowers and fruit blossoms. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Nichols. The bride, who is one of the beauties of San Francisco, looked unusually pretty in her gown of white charmeuse. It was made simply, with very little trimming. Her veil was of point applique lace and was held with orange blossoms. She carried lilies of the valley. Little Florence Martin was the flower girl, in a white embroidered linen dress and carrying a bouquet of spring flowers. After the wedding breakfast the bride and groom left for their wedding trip, which will be spent in Europe. They will not return until the fall, when they will make their home in this city. Among the relatives and friends who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Schilling, Mr. and Mrs. George Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cherebrough, Mr. and Mrs. Drummond MacGavia, Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Walker, Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. George Volkman, Mrs. Jerome Lincoln, Miss Laura Hamilton, Miss Marian Newhall, Miss Dorothy Baker, Miss Louisiana Foster, Miss Martha Foster, Miss Edna Hamilton, William Hamilton Fletcher Hamilton, Dan Volkman and Philip Baker.