Man Ray thought it was funny. With the intention to marry, we had come to Hollywood, where he lived. Getting married in Hollywood! We all laughed about it, but the next morning he said, “Maybe we’ll go too. If Max can do it so can I.” And added, ruefully, “Though I’ve never done anything so rectangular.”
On October 24, 1946, therefore, a double wedding in Beverly Hills united, in the eyes of the law, Max and Dorothea, and Man and Julie. There. It’s said and done. Painless, forgettable, but fun.
― Dorothea Tanning - from Between Lives: An Artist and Her World. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2001, p. 139.
Man Ray, Juliet Browner, Max Ernst & Dorothea Tanning 1946