Anne Elizabeth Peterson became the bride of Robert Burns Fisher, Jr. last Saturday in Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel is New Orleans, La. Deacon Paul Nalty officiated with the Rev. Gerard Siebold, CSSR, as celebrant of the Nuptial Mass. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Barbara Rounds Peterson and Malcolm Kermit Peterson, both of Dallas, Tx. The groom is the son of the late Robert Burns Fisher and the former Helen Lawrason Kilpatrick of Feliciana Plantation, St. Francisville, La.
Mrs. John Stewart of Oyster Bay, N.Y. was matron of honor and the groom's brother, Lawrason Douglas Fisher, the best man. Guests were seated by Michael Kilpatrick Fisher and Frederick J. King, Jr., both of New Orleans.
A reception was held at the Pontchartrain Hotel.
An alumna of the Hockaday School in Dallas and a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, the bride graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and has an MA in American Studies from George Washington University. For the last few years she has been a consultant in the history of photography and architecture in this city and, at the end of January, will begin work as the curator of photography at the Louisiana State Museum. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. William Rounds and the late Mr. Rounds, and of Mrs. Per Albert Peterson and the late Mr. Peterson.
Mr. Fisher is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Cleland and the late Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mitchell Kilpatrick, Jr. -- all of New Orleans. He attended St. Francisville High School and graduated from Tulane University with membership in Delta Kappa Epsilon. After serving as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, Mr. Fisher took a JD from Tulane School of Law where he was a member of Moot Court and editor of the Tulane Maritime Lawyer. He is a partner in Chaffe, McCall, Phillips, Toler & Sarpy in New Orleans, where he and his bride will live.