A bride and groom pose for their wedding photograph at the studio of J. M. Kuhn in Stillwater, Minnesota. The groom looks as if he is in a state of shock on this momentous day. Perhaps he’s experiencing “cold feet syndrome”. His bride seems a bit happier and is wearing a very flowery veil. John M. Kuhn (1855-1910) operated photography studios in Stillwater between 1882 and 1897. Afterwards, he owned a studio in Saint Paul, Minnesota. At times, he was partners with his brother Louis Kuhn. Research reveals that John Kuhn took official photographs of guards and wardens at the Stillwater State Prison.