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vintage everyday: 40 Cool Vintage Photos of Celebrity Weddings

The 20 Most Iconic Wedding Dresses of All Time - Elizabeth Taylor in Helen Rose and Conrad "Nicky" Hilton Jr.

1) "Nicky" Conrad Hilton Jr, Hotelier  (m. 6th May 1950 divorced 1st February 1951) Liz said he was the love of her life.

"Nicky" Conrad Hilton Jr, Hotelier (m. May 1950 divorced February Liz said he was the love of her life./ I thought mike Todd was one of the loves of her life, along with Richard Burton and jewelry.

August 22, 1950 - The Cut

August 22, 1950

An Elizabeth Taylor smiles in 1950 with first husband, hotel heir Conrad (Nicky) Hilton Jr. - the great-uncle of Paris and Nicky Hilton.

Great-Grandfather Conrad Hilton, founder of Hilton Hotels. Such a huge inspiration in my life.

Founder of Hilton hotels, Conrad Hilton. Business can be tough sometimes . he lived through the Great Depression and made it!

Elizabeth Taylor's Wedding Dresses | Vogue Paris

Elizabeth Taylor's Wedding Dresses

Iconic Wedding Dress Series Elizabeth Taylor in a dress by costume designer Helen Rose, 1950 - HarpersBAZAAR

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Conrad Hilton: List of people from New Mexico https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_from_New_Mexico

Conrad Hilton: List of people from New Mexico https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_from_New_Mexico

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Lot 229: T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings. consoles from Casa Encantada, Bel Air, pair. 1937, maple, ash, cast brass. 30 w x 17 d x 37 h in. estimate: $15,000–20,000. Each console features one drawer above one door concealing one adjustable shelf. One example is equipped with a radio. Provenance: Hilda Weber, Casa Encantada, Bel Air, CA | Conrad Hilton, Bel Air, CA | Sotheby's, York Avenue Galleries, Neo-Classical Art Moderne Furniture: Part One, 18 December 1980, Lot 66 | DeLorenzo Gallery, New Yo...

Lot 229: T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings. consoles from Casa Encantada, Bel Air, pair. 1937, maple, ash, cast brass. 30 w x 17 d x 37 h in. estimate: $15,000–20,000. Each console features one drawer above one door concealing one adjustable shelf. One example is equipped with a radio. Provenance: Hilda Weber, Casa Encantada, Bel Air, CA | Conrad Hilton, Bel Air, CA | Sotheby's, York Avenue Galleries, Neo-Classical Art Moderne Furniture: Part One, 18 December 1980, Lot 66 | DeLorenzo Gallery, New Yo...

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