There was not much going on at the Zoo in the early 1900s. There was an occasional ice skating accident, a coasting accident, or something involving city politics, so as a historian, becoming distracted is simple. The diversion in the September 1924 Press was a wedding between Sarah Elizabeth and the dashing theater organist Jack Edward in Norfolk, Virginia. The curious part of this wedding was their ages. He was a handsome and debonair 29 years and she was a wealthy widow of 82.